The New Mercedes-Benz EQV

The innovative power of Mercedes-Benz electric drive is now available in our best loved MPV, the EQV. Luxurious, practical and sustainable this is an exciting next step in the electrification of our range.

Technically Advanced

EQV tech

As well as this exemplary technical output, the EQV uses recuperation technology to charge on the road. This can be controlled by the driver, and converts the mechanical rotation from braking or accelerating into electrical energy which is then used to charge the high-voltage battery.

A fully customisable MPV

The EQV retains the flexibility and practicality of the popular V-Class. A fully customisable up-to-8 seat configuration means that this electric vehicle works across a range of uses.

From family trips, to commercial fleet operations, the EQV sits firmly in the Multi-Purpose Vehicle segment, as explained by Wilfried Porth, Member of the Board of Management of Daimler AG; Human Resources and Director of Labour Relations, Mercedes-Benz Vans:

“Mercedes-Benz is consistently advancing the electrification of its product portfolio. With the Concept EQV, we are now taking the next step. The concept offers all of the brand-typical attributes familiar from this segment which Mercedes-Benz customers have come to know, appreciate and also expect. As a family companion, a leisure-time adventurer or a shuttle vehicle with lounge ambience, the combination of these characteristics with a battery-electric drive mean the Concept EQV is a concept car with a future.”

Unmistakably EQ

The interior design follows a similar sleek design as seen in the EQC, including rose gold trim and the defining black panel radiator grille with chrome pins.

EQV charging

As with the EQC, the EQV benefits from our innovative and intuitive infotainment system, MBUX. Controlled from a ten-inch touch screen, or linguatronic voice control, MBUX features connective including adaptive navigation and pre-entry climate control.

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2 thoughts on “The New Mercedes-Benz EQV

  • Particularly interested in disabled adaptation to this uting a turny seat to load disabled passenger into front seat from wheelchair at ground level, and the availability through motability scheme.
    It looks like an good solution, though the 90kW battery capacity is paltry given the floorplan size available.
    If Tesla made it there sould be double the capacity I suspect.

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