This Benz EQG may be announced later this year. The all-electric version of the G-Class will increase Mercedes’ growing EQ range, which has moved from quality assurance On the one hand, to Equalizer In another.
- Mercedes EQG is expected to debut in concept form
- The all-electric G-Class is available in two variants
Mercedes confirmed in 2019 that G-Class will become an all-electric model. Now, according to This site, The company will preview the EQG in conceptual form at the IAA Mobile Show scheduled to be held in Munich, Germany from September 7 to 12, 2021.
In addition, at a recent press conference, Britta Seeger, a member of the management committee of Daimler AG and responsible for the marketing and sales of Mercedes-Benz cars, revealed the production specifications of the electric G-class sedan. Release timetable. She said: “In 2024, we will also launch an all-electric G-class sedan. It will continue the great story of our G series.”
Mercedes EQG: design and function
Mercedes EQG will share its boxy and upright posture with its internal combustion engine sibling, but it may make some design adjustments to the front panel and other areas to be consistent with the rest of the EQ model series.
Since the EQG will be based on the G-class, it can be expected to have high ground clearance, short overhang, good approach and departure angles, and driving modes, giving it strong off-road capabilities.
Mercedes EQG: Expected power system
As we reported earlier, the production specifications Mercedes-Benz EQG will have two versions – EQG 560 and EQG 580. The EQG 580 may be equipped with an electric power system similar to the EQS 580 sedan, equipped with a 108kWh battery and an electric motor that can output 523hp and 856Nm of torque. EQG 560 will be positioned below EQG 580. However, Mercedes has not released official performance data so far.
Mercedes’ electric car plan in India
In India, Mercedes launched a GLC-based Quality Control 2020. The EQS sedan is expected to land on the Indian coast next year. and, Mercedes also hopes to assemble its EQ models in India.
Although it is too early to judge whether EQG will enter our market, Mercedes does provide diesel G 350d 4MATIC And gasoline powered AMG G63 in India.
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