Mercedes-Benz Gives Us Another Look At The EQC Electric Crossover | Feature
Some carmakers are stepping away from interiors with physical buttons, but not Mercedes-Benz, and not when it comes to the new EQC (or EQ C).
As the latest teaser video reveals, the interior of the fully electric German SUV has retained some of the physical buttons on the dashboard, but most importantly adopts a new dual-screen layout.
Baptized the MBUX, which stands for Mercedes-Benz User Experience, the system in the EQC appears to combine the infotainment and digital instrument cluster into a wide display, thus giving the vehicle a modern and cleaner look throughout the cabin.
The Mercedes MBUX already debuted in the new A-Class, where it’s offered in three different sizes, with two 7-inch screens, one 7-inch and one 10.25-inch screen, or two 10.25-inch displays. It has an Nvidia GPU, 8 GB of RAM, it’s Linux-based and replaces the old COMAND infotainment. It will eventually become Mercedes-Benz’s signature on all models
The rest of the EQC’s cabin gets piano trim, ambient lighting, conventional air vents, electrically adjustable front seats with memory function and other gear.
With the Jaguar I-Pace, Tesla Model X and Audi E-Tron in its sight, the Mercedes-Benz EQC uses an electric powertrain that has yet to be detailed. It’s expected to be powered by a high-capacity battery pack that should allow it to travel for up to 500 km (310 mi) in between charges.
Mercedes-Benz will unveil the EQ C next Tuesday, on September 4, in Stockholm, Sweden, and the first deliveries will probably commence before the end of the year or in early 2019.
*Update: Mercedes-Benz dropped another teaser video of the EQC providing us with a few more details of the interior and exterior
Mercedes-Benz is flipping the switch: On September 4th, we will present our first all-electric Mercedes-Benz model of our new EQ brand. Here’s a design detail of the interior. #switchtoEQ