electricity has already been adopted by saloon cars such as the Tesla Model S, the citadines as the Renault Zoe, a SUV like the Audi e-tron and even sports cars such as the Tesla Roadster first name. We had, however, never yet heard of a van of luxury electric. It is thing made since Mercedes unveiled the Concept EQV at the Geneva motor show, foreshadows a production model.
The interior is adorned with elements in “Midnight Blue”. Daimler AG – Product & Business Communications Mercedes-Benz Vans Daimler AG – Product Common s Mercedes-Benz Vans/Daimler AG
From the outside, the EQV looks just like a van powered by an engine heat. Unlike most electric vehicles, its radiator grille is not obstructed. We may, however, identify the model of the “zero-emission” thanks to its specific rims of 19 inches, and his band of LEDS above its grille. The interior is adorned with elements in “Midnight Blue”. If the infotainment system is operated via a screen, instrumentation, it, is analog. Of series, the Concept EQV can accommodate 6 persons, but it is possible to convert vehicle to seven, or even eight seats.
An electric motor of 150 kW (about 200 horses) takes place on the front axle, making the EQV traction. Thanks to a large battery of 100 kWh of capacity, this van electrified that could travel up to 400 km on a single charge. Mercedes has also decided to give it a top speed of 160 km/h, probably not unworthy on the German motorways where the speed is not limited. However, at such a speed that a heavy vehicle should not be long to empty its batteries.
From the outside, the EQV looks just like a van powered by an engine heat. Daimler AG – Product & Business Communications Mercedes-Benz Vans Daimler AG, Product Communications Mercedes-Benz Vans/Daimler AG