Within 4 years Mercedes intends to bring to the market 10 new electric cars. There will be 7 models of the EQ family and 3 Smarts.
Smart will launch all-electric versions of the ForTwo, including a convertible, as well as one ForFour.
The 2020 Mercedes-Benz EQC SUV (pictured) is the first to arrive late 2019, followed by a smaller EQA. The EQ sedans, a compact van and crossovers will be also released
The Mercedes-Benz EQA will be the smallest in the range, a large luxury EQS EV will top the brand’s lineup.The EQB will be a crossover, the EQE – a sedan and the EQV – a van.
The EQC is expected to cost €72,180-77,730. The EQ brand will be extended to the EQ Boost name used for models with a 48V mild-hybrid system, and to the EQ Power name used for PHEVs, whose new generations are expected in the end of this year.
Additional services (concierge, charging, apps) will accompany the EQ family launch.
Mercedes plans that 15-25% of the range will be all-electric vehicles by 2025, and 10 models will cover 60% of the market.
Source: Auto Express