With innovations like the MBUX Hyperscreen, the Mercedes-EQ lineup is more than just our electric offering: It’s a blueprint for the future of motion.Learn More
There are thousands of electric car charging stations all across America, and more are popping up every day. But if you’re unsure what’s near you, head to www.chargepoint.com. Here you can see all of the charging stations in your area and plan possible trips to see where you can recharge along the way.
Every Mercedes-EQ vehicle is different, and in most cases, a 240-volt level 2 wallbox adds 15-30 miles per hour spent charging.
Safety is our Number One priority at Mercedes-Benz. Mercedes-EQ vehicles are designed to mitigate any risks with electrified components, and include specific parts that keep the battery cool and disable it in the event of a severe accident.
The common myth is that electric vehicles can only go a short distance. What’s important to remember is that the typical driver covers about 29 miles per day, and with a home wallbox, your Mercedes-Benz EQ is always fully charged and ready to go. To get a better picture of where your electric vehicle can take you, head to ChargePoint’s website to see where chargers are near you, and along the way.
Yes. In fact, they perform even better in areas like torque and acceleration. Because the drive system is electric as opposed to mechanical, the reaction is instant, without the lag of a typical gas engine. At the same time, electric vehicles are quieter and smoother for a more pleasant driving experience.
All vehicles with an EQ badge have an electric or semi-electric powertrain. MercedesEQ vehicles are fully electric, with no gas component whatsoever, whereas vehicles with Plug in Hybrid are hybrids, featuring an electric motor alongside a traditional internal combustion engine. Vehicles with Plug-in Hybrid+ are high-performance hybrids from Mercedes-AMG that use electric technology for enhanced all-around performance.