Charging and range.

Find out more about the intelligent charging solutions available to you at home or on the go.

EQC

Are you ready to experience the all-electric EQC?

Start your adventure with a test drive.
Start your adventure with a test drive.
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Still interested in the all-electric EQC?

Start your adventure with a test drive.
Start your adventure with a test drive.

Charging made easy.

Charging made easy.

Whether you're at home or on the go, charging your EQC is simple. Conveniently charge at home using a home wall box, or benefit from the speed of a DC public charging station whilst you're out and about. Find out more about the different ways to charge below. 

EQC Charging options


EQC Charging options.

EQC Charging options


EQC Charging options.

Charging at Home
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Charge at home with bp pulse home charger.

Charge quickly and conveniently at home using the bp pulse home charger, allowing you to reach maximum charge with minimum effort.

Charging on the go
Charging on the go
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Charging on the go. 

Charge up whilst out and about via one of the many charging points across the UK. You can charge the EQC in just 40 minutes[1] at IONITY rapid charging stations, perfect for when you’re just stopping off to grab a coffee.

Register now for Mercedes me Charge.

Mercedes me Charge

Register now for Mercedes me Charge.

Mercedes me Charge[2] gives you access to an extensive network of public charging stations across the country. All you have to do is register for Mercedes me, and you can see the precise location, availability and price of charging stations via the smartphone app.

EQC Charging time calculator


Calculate charging time of your EQC.

Use the below online calculator to estimate the charging time of your EQC while out and about and at home.

EQC Charging time calculator


Calculate charging time of your EQC.

Use the below online calculator to estimate the charging time of your EQC while out and about and at home.

Intelligent energy management


Reducing consumption at every step.

Consumption and actual electric range depend on the individual user, driving style, vehicle speed, route profile, environmental conditions, outside temperature, as well as the use of auxiliary systems such as air conditioning or heated seats.

To help you maximise the electric driving range and increase driving efficiency, the engineers at Mercedes-Benz have developed different driving and recuperations modes.

Intelligent energy management


Reducing consumption at every step.

Consumption and actual electric range depend on the individual user, driving style, vehicle speed, route profile, environmental conditions, outside temperature, as well as the use of auxiliary systems such as air conditioning or heated seats.

To help you maximise the electric driving range and increase driving efficiency, the engineers at Mercedes-Benz have developed different driving and recuperations modes.

The image shows the media display of the Mercedes-Benz EQC.

EQC driving modes

The image shows the media display of the Mercedes-Benz EQC.

EQC haptic accelerator pedal

The image shows the digital instrument cluster in the Mercedes-Benz EQC with activated ECO Assist.

ECO Assist

Active Range Monitoring

Active Range Monitoring

The image shows the media display in the Mercedes-Benz EQC.

Recuperation

The image shows the media display in the Mercedes-Benz EQC.

Navigation with Electric Intelligence

Mercedes-EQ charging guide


Your frequently asked questions on electric driving.

Mercedes-EQ charging guide


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.