The inner part of the EQC is silent. Well, it might be if the rain might allow it up. But the whir of EVs has all but been removed from the interior. In fact, Mercedes produced subframes to separate the powerplants from the primary body of the vehicle. The auto manufacturer, in the EQC 400 4Matic, may have developed an electric SUV. But first, it made certain that it developed a luxury car worthy of its three-pronged star icon.

Last week in the Norway countryside, users drove the first actual electric car below the Mercedes brand. The Smart sub-brand may have been electrified years back, but to be truthful the FourTwo electric vehicles were a far cry from the kind of luxury we have come to hope from the firm. In addition to this, Smart is being extinguished in the US so a Benz having a battery will shortly be the only car you can get in this region.

On a related note, a sole passenger EV is a good approach to lower your CO2 footprint. But if you actually need to make a difference, you opt for a car that transits a number of people around. That is what Mercedes is planning with its Concept EQV—a high-end car for shifting lots of people at the same time.

The van has all the trappings of a premium transporter and has an anticipated range of 249 Miles through a 100kWh battery pack. Mercedes claims that it can be set up to manage almost 8 people and is configurable for high-end clients and families. In addition to this, it can be configured to haul tools.

Similar to all new Mercedes-Benz cars, the new car will have the MBUX voice-centric infotainment system. Moreover, it will possibly have the company’s driver’s assist suite as soon as it goes into manufacturing.