Mercedes-Benz is one of the world's leading manufacturers of commercial vans, especially at the high end, and the company is looking forward to protecting this status in the future with an electric concept trolley announced on Tuesday at Geneva's motor sport.
The EQV concept trolley, as it is called, can have up to 249 miles of full charge thanks to a 100kWh battery that makes up most of the habit floor. (It would associate it with Tesla for the biggest commercial battery pack in a vehicle at the moment.) A 150kW (201 horsepower) electric motor system on the front axle will provide some kick as well. The product will also include the Mercedes-Benz voice-activated MBUX infotainment system, which offers EV-specific features such as the ability to base navigation on how much battery is left.
] The wagon is decorated with many subtle luxurious details (in concept form, at least). Rose gold accents ring the interactive elements of the dashboard. The same color is found in the tubes of the six vans of the vans (selectable up to 7 or 8), which contrasts with dark blue and black leather.
Mercedes-Benz says the EQV concept comes into the German automaker's EQ series of electric vehicles, with the first few officials harrowing more pressure on electrification in the years to come. The final production version of EQV will be debuted at this year's Frankfurt Motor Show, which will take place in September. If it has anything close to the specifications, Mercedes-Benz is bothered by the concept, it should be able to do as much as the other early EVs in the EQ lineup. In fact, even the EQC, the company's first long-distance electric SUV, can reach its reach when everything is said and done.