EQC 400 4MATIC: Electrical consumption in kWh/100 km (combined): 25-22.3; CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 0[1]

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Charging times you can count on.

Find out in next to no time how fast the EQC can be charged while out and about and at home.

Calculate charging time


Charging times you can count on.

Find out in next to no time how fast the EQC can be charged while out and about and at home.

Figures refer to 23 degrees Celsius battery starting temperature and surrounding temperature with a new battery excluding additional auxiliary consumer such as seat heating, displays and air conditioning system.

Charging options


Simple ways to charge.

With the EQC, you're never far away from a charging post. You can charge conveniently and quickly at home using a Wallbox, out and about via one of the many public charge posts around the UK, or simply by using a conventional three-pin plug socket, providing it's been installed by a qualified electrician. So you can reach maximum charge with minimum effort, wherever you are.

Charging options


Simple ways to charge.

With the EQC, you're never far away from a charging post. You can charge conveniently and quickly at home using a Wallbox, out and about via one of the many public charge posts around the UK, or simply by using a conventional three-pin plug socket, providing it's been installed by a qualified electrician. So you can reach maximum charge with minimum effort, wherever you are.

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Total flexibility with a Wallbox home charger.

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Total flexibility with a Wallbox home charger.

Ready to plug into the benefits of a Wallbox home charger? It's the convenient and effortless way to charge.

* Minimum charging time, based on 10-100% charge status with a 7.4kw charge capacity, is 11 hours with a wallbox. Specified voltage and current values refer to network infrastructure and can be limited by the vehicle.


!Warning If you are planning to charge your Mercedes-Benz plug-in electric vehicle using a 3-pin domestic plug socket you must get a qualified electrician to inspect and sign off the socket to confirm it is safe and suitable to charge your vehicle. Do not use a electric vehicle 3-pin charge cable with an extension cord. 

Charge up on the go.

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Charge up on the go.

With over 21,000 public charge posts around the UK, you're never far away from a full charge. Just pull up, plug in, then go relax, do a bit of shopping or catch up on some work while you wait.

Rapid charging with IONITY.

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Rapid charging with IONITY.

For relaxed long-distance trips, you can charge up the EQC in just 40 minutes† at IONITY rapid charging stations. EQC drivers receive discounted access to the high-power charging network IONITY, which is developing rapid charging stations along all major European main transport routes.

† Specified voltage and current values refer to network infrastructure and can be limited by the vehicle. Times are from 10–80% charge using public rapid charging at 110 kW.

Infrastructure


Your nearest charging station is never far away.

Use the charging station finder* via the Mercedes me Charge service when planning a specific route. You can even find out how much battery capacity you’ll need for the trip, so you can plan exactly when and where to charge.

Infrastructure


Your nearest charging station is never far away.

Use the charging station finder* via the Mercedes me Charge service when planning a specific route. You can even find out how much battery capacity you’ll need for the trip, so you can plan exactly when and where to charge.

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        Rhein-Main Parkhaus Frankfurt

        Rainmundstraße 100
        60320 Frankfurt am Main

        3 Charging points
        23 km Distance
        Opening hours
        Open 24 hours a day
        Limited opening times
        Plug type
        1 x Typ 2 22 kW
        1 x Schukostecker 3,7 kW
        1 x CCS 2 50 kW
        1 x CCS 1 50 kW
        1 x CHAdeMO 50 kW
        1 x unknown 50 kW
        Payment
        Abonnament
        Provider
        RWE eRoaming

        5

        Required charging stops

        66 %

        Battery use

         

        Plug-in hybrid vehicles can continue the trip using the combustion engine.

        87 km

        Distance covered with electrical power

        87 km

        Distance traveled

        234 km

        Remaining range

        * To use the services, you must register on the Mercedes me Portal and also accept the Terms of Use for the Mercedes me connect services. In addition, the respective vehicle must be paired with the user account. Upon expiry of the initial term, the services can be extended for a fee. Initial activation of the services is possible within 1 year of first registration or commissioning by the customer, whichever occurs first.

        Intelligent energy management


        Reducing consumption at every step.

        Many of the EQC’s features – including the high power density of the innovative, lithium-ion batteries – are designed to make driving as energy-efficient as possible.

        Intelligent energy management


        Reducing consumption at every step.

        Many of the EQC’s features – including the high power density of the innovative, lithium-ion batteries – are designed to make driving as energy-efficient as possible.

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        EQC driving modes

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        EQC haptic accelerator pedal

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        ECO Assist

        EQ & A


        Your frequently asked questions on electric driving.

        EQ & A


        Your frequently asked questions on electric driving.

          • Real electric range

            Why is the real electric range often less than specified?

            The electric range varies depending on individual driving behaviour, route profile and environmental factors. ECO Assist allows you to travel further on electric power by taking advantage of the recuperation and/or sailing function. Auxiliary functions such as seat heating or climate control also has an impact on the range.

          • AC and DC charging technology

            What is the difference between AC and DC charging technology?

            The batteries of electrified vehicles can only be charged with direct current (DC). This can be found at IONITY charging stations across UK and Europe where the EQC has the ability to charge at 110kw. The home Wallbox charger, most public charging stations and “high-voltage sockets” all supply alternating current (AC). To make charging possible, EQ vehicles are equipped with an on-board charger – an AC/DC rectifier – to convert the alternating current into the required direct current. Charging capacities of between 2.3 kW and 7.4 kW are possible, depending on the on-board charger and the capacity of the charging cable (rather than the capacity of the charging station).

          • Environmental impact

            How environmentally friendly is it to drive an electric car?

            The environmental impact of your vehicle depends greatly on your driving and charging behaviour. The electricity with which you charge your vehicle also plays a significant role: i.e., is it actually being charged with “green” electricity or an electricity mix? As a rule, all public charging stations are supplied with green electricity and a green electricity contract for domestic users is often only a few clicks away. In support, we offer Mercedes-Benz green electricity – a service exclusively for Mercedes-Benz customers.

          EQC 400 4MATIC: Electrical consumption in kWh/100 km (combined): 25-22.3; CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 0<p>The stated figures were obtained in accordance with the prescribed measuring process. Electrical consumption and range have been determined on the basis of Regulation (EC) No. 692/2008. Electrical consumption and range depend on the vehicle configuration.</p>

          The indicated values were determined according to the prescribed measurement method – Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP). Figures shown may include options which are not available in the UK. For Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) figures determined with battery fully charged. These models require mains electricity for charging. Figures shown are for comparability purposes; only compare with other cars tested to the same technical procedures. Figures may not reflect real life driving results, which will depend upon a number of factors including the starting charge of the battery, factory-fitted options, accessories fitted (post registration), variations in weather, driving styles and vehicle load. Further information about the test used to establish fuel consumption and CO₂ figures can be found at http://www.mercedes-benz.co.uk/WLTP