In a series of spy photos, the much-anticipated Mercedes-Benz EQG has been revealed to keep its concept car aesthetics intact, offering a glimpse into the luxury automaker’s electric-powered future.
The photos, taken during testing near Mercedes-Benz’s home turf in Germany, show the EQG keeping its sleek and futuristic design from the concept car version, which was first unveiled at the 2018 Paris Motor Show. The EQG is expected to feature a modified version of the company’s G-Class SUV body, with a more aerodynamic profile that emphasizes the car’s electric-powered capabilities.
The EQG will reportedly be powered by two electric motors, a combination that is expected to provide an impressive 476 horsepower and 561 lb-ft of torque. Mercedes-Benz has yet to reveal the battery capacity of the EQG, but it is anticipated that the car will have a range of over 300 miles per charge.
In addition to the powertrain, the EQG is expected to feature a variety of advanced technological components, including a next-generation infotainment system and semi-autonomous driving capabilities. The car is also expected to be equipped with a variety of charging options, including DC fast charging and wireless charging capabilities.
The Mercedes-Benz EQG is expected to be officially unveiled in 2021, with the first models available to consumers in 2022. Stay tuned for more updates on the EQG as the launch date approaches.
Spied testing in Germany, the upcoming Mercedes-Benz EQG is expected to retain the same futuristic design of its concept car form, which was first unveiled in 2018. Featuring two electric motors, the EQG will boast an impressive 476 horsepower and 561 lb-ft of torque, and is anticipated to have a range of over 300 miles per charge. The car is also expected to feature a variety of advanced technological components, such as a next-generation infotainment system and semi-autonomous driving capabilities, as well as DC fast charging and wireless charging options. The EQG is expected to be officially revealed in 2021, with the first models available to consumers the following year.