Over the past few months, Mercedes-Benz has given enthusiasts lots of pieces of the EQC puzzle, with the latest one providing a glimpse into the rear fascia of the electric SUV.
Teased on the company’s social media channels, the Mercedes-Benz EQC has a sleek looking rear end, with a clean tailgate design, slim LED taillights and a light strip joining them together.
On the other end, Mercedes‘ Tesla Model X, Audi E-Tron and Jaguar I-Pace fighter has LED DRLs, connected by yet another light strip that spans across the width of the grille, as revealed by a different teaser released earlier this week.
Mercedes-Benz will pull the cover off the EQC exactly one week from today, on September 4. The SUV will be presented at a special event held in Sweden’s capital, Stockholm, and that’s when full specifications should be released.
So far, Mercedes-Benz wasn’t keen on telling the world what powers their zero-emission vehicle, or how much it can travel on a single charge. However, they did mention an output of “nearly 300 kW” (408 PS / 402 hp) in a previous teaser, and it’s been reported that it has a total driving range of up to 500 km (310 mi).
Meanwhile, we’ll remind you that the Generation EQ Concept, which served as a preview for the EQC a couple of years ago, came with two electric motors making a combined 300 kW (408 PS / 402 hp) and 700 Nm (516 lb-ft) of torque, powered by a 70 kWh battery.
The study could reach 100 km/h (62 mph) in less than 5 seconds, from a standstill, and had a claimed range of up to 500 km (310 mi).