Start of Sales for the Mercedes-Benz EQV

The EQV is the second member of the EQ family of Mercedes-Benz.

The new battery-electric-powered large-capacity sedan from Mercedes-Benz, the EQV, can now be ordered. For the market launch, the third electric van with star is available in the long wheelbase version as EQV 300.. The EQV combines emission-free mobility with convincing driving performance, high functionality and an aesthetic design. The battery with a usable capacity of 90 kWh enables a range of up to 418 kilometres.

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The EQV 300: Electrically and intelligently connected

The electric large-capacity sedan is following the EQC (power consumption combined: 20.8-19.7 kWh/100 km; CO2 emissions combined: 0 g/km)1 as the second model in the EQ family from Mercedes-Benz. It is offered until now with a long wheelbase and a permissible total weight of 3,500 kilograms. A connecting element of all EQ vehicles is the design with its avant-garde, independent aesthetic. The focus is on the Black Panel grille with chrome fins and the clear side view. The aesthetics of the exterior continues in the interior.

The electric drive train (eATS) is sitting on the front axle under the dynamic front. It reaches a peak power of 150 kW (204 hp). The e-machine, the fixed transmission, the cooling system and the power electronics form a highly integrated, compact unit. The energy comes from a lithium-ion battery in the underbody of the vehicle. The Mercedes-Benz EQV develops a maximum torque of up to 362 Newton meters. The maximum speed of up to 140 km/h standard and 160 km/h (option) ensures a fast pace even outside the urban environment.

The EQV is equipped with an AC water-cooled on-board charger (OBL) with an output of 11 kW. This enables the charging with alternating current (AC) at home or at public charging stations. The EQV gets charged via the CCS- vehicle socket which is placed in the bumper on the upper left side. This also enables the charging via direct current (DC). Thanks to the standard maximum charging capacity of 110 kW at a fast charging station, the EQV can be charged in around 45 minutes from 10 to 80 percent.

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