EQV 300: electrical consumption in kWh/100 km: 27.0; CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 0

150 kW

Output

90 kWh

Battery capacity (usable)

up to 11 kW/110 kW

Charging output (AC/DC)

up to 362 Nm

Torque

405 km*

Range (NEDC)

*Provisional figures.

< 45 minutes *

Charging duration (DC) (10% – 80%)

Exterior design


Exterior design

Exterior design


Exterior design

Mercedes-Benz EQV exterior

The EQ design elements are easily recognised. The EQV 300 comes with the black panel radiator grille that characterises the new Mercedes-Benz EQ family. The “EQ” labels on the front wings and tailgate alongside the 18-inch light-alloy wheels in EQ design give the car a progressive design fitting of a car for the future.

Interior design


Interior design

Interior design


Interior design

Mercedes-Benz EQV interior

Inside the new EQV, there is space for up to 8 people as well as their luggage or sports equipment. The car also comes with the new MBUX infotainment system, giving you access to “Hey Mercedes”, your personal voice assistant. You can also use this screen to see your various driving modes and recuperation stages so you can improve the efficiency of your drive and maximise range.

As this is part of Mercedes-Benz’s electric family, the upholstery and trim come with EQ accents that make the new EQV feel like a special place to be.

Charging


Charge your batteries on the move.

Charging


Charge your batteries on the move.

To get as much range as possible out of the battery, the new EQV is able to recuperate energy when on the move. When accelerating or braking, the mechanical rotation is converted in to electrical energy and used to charge the high-voltage battery.

You can also control recuperation using paddles behind the steering wheel. The left paddle increases the level of recuperation, acting like a brake on the car, whilst the right paddle reduces recuperation, allowing the EQV to coast.

Alternatively, switch in to recuperation level D to allow the car to takeover and manage efficiency for you, combining navigation data, road sign recognition and intelligent safety systems to adjust recuperation.

The new EQV


Charging has never been easier.

The new EQV


Charging has never been easier.

Mercedes-Benz EQV charging

When it comes to charging options, the new EQV has it all. You’ll have the options of charging at a public charging station, including IONITY rapid charging with an output of up to 110 kW. Or at home with a Wallbox, charging at 22 kW, perfect for topping up your range before your next big trip.

And with Mercedes me, simply enter your destination and you’ll be given a route that takes in to account your range and charging stations on your way.

Some imagery may not represent UK specification.