Mercedes announces the arrival in its showrooms of three models in the second quarter

While Mercedes has already equipped its range of “EQ Power” plug-in hybrid engines in 2020, the brand is continuing its offensive in electrification.

EQA, the entry-level model from Mercedes

Presented in January 2021, the small 100% electric SUV EQA will be Mercedes’ entry-level model. Based on the structure of the GLA, the EQA incorporates the specificities of the EQ signature: high-performance blue LED lights and a “Black-Panel” grille in which the brand logo is integrated, at the back a red band. LED.

On the equipment side, the EQA benefits from: the intuitive MBUX (Mercedes-Benz User Experience) infotainment system, active lane departure warning, and active emergency braking.

The EQA 250, orders for which have been open since March, will arrive in Mercedes showrooms at the end of May 2021. Equipped with a 66.5 kWh battery with a power of 140 kW (190 hp) and 375 Nm of torque. Its range is 426 km in the WLTP combined cycle and 471 in the WLTP city cycle. The EQA is eligible for the ecological bonus of 7,000 euros.

EQA 250 44 900 € 47 900 € 49 900 € 48 600 €

Class C equipped with PHEV

Next June, the sedan and station wagon of the plug-in hybrid C-Class will make their debut in the brand’s dealerships. Assembled on the same production line as the GLC, GLC Coupé and EQC, the C-Class range benefits from a slight restyling by borrowing the lines and technology of the S-Class.

On the plug-in hybrid petrol engine coupled to an electric motor, the 300 e and 300 e 4Matic sedan versions of the C-Class carry a four-cylinder in-line petrol unit with a power of 211 hp combined with the hybrid system of 90 kW and a 9G-Tronic kW automatic gearbox. This hybridization makes it possible to obtain a rate of CO2 emissions from 33 g / km in the WLTP combined cycle for the 300 e and from 36 g / km in the WLTP combined cycle on the 300 e 4Matic.

Equipped with a diesel engine of 4 cylinders in line with a power of 143 hp coupled to the electric version of 90 kW, its CO2 emissions are from 30 g / km in the WLTP combined cycle.

Plug-in hybrid version price
C CLASS sedan – gasoline
C300 e BVA 9G-TRONIC 55 100 €
C300 e 4MATIC BVA 9G-TRONIC 57 600 €
C300 de BVA 9G-TRONIC 58 600 €

For the station wagon version, the C-Class reaches a CO2 emissions threshold from 36 g / km in the WLTP cycle with gasoline engines. With the Diesel engine, CO2 emissions are from 32 g / km in the WLTP combined cycle.

Plug-in hybrid version price
Classe C Break – essence
C300 e BVA 9G-TRONIC 56 300 €
Classe C Break – Diesel AVANTGARDE
C300 de BVA 9G-TRONIC 59 800 €

Fast charging and more autonomy for the EQC

Marketed since early 2020, the mid-size 100% electric EQC 400 SUV is equipped with two electric motors on the front and rear axles with a combined power of 300 kW (408 hp) and a torque of 760 Nm and a gearbox. automatic with fixed gear and differential. This mid-size SUV will have an 11 kW on-board charger as standard, which reduces the charging time on alternating current and allows charging from 10% to 100% in 7:30, compared to 11 hours, i.e. a time saving of 3:30.

Its range is now 420 km in the WLTP combined cycle, while on the previous version it was 374 km in the combined cycle (WLTP). With this new autonomy, its price goes from 79,250 euros when it was launched in 2020 to 79,800 euros with this new technology, an increase of 0.7%.

In April, Mercedes will also reveal its two 100% electric models: EQB compact SUV presented at the Shanghai Motor Show on April 18 and the EQS sedan announced with an automobile of over 700 km in WLTP standard which will be unveiled on April 15.


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