Mercedes EQC Edition 1886 : Modern mobility
EQC Edition 1886 is not accidental, reflecting the year the car was “born”, according to Mercedes-Benz. On January 29, 1886, Carl Benz filed a patent application for a vehicle powered by a gasoline engine. In July 1886, the three-wheeled car made its first appearance and wrote history marking the beginning of a new era of fossil fuel traffic.
The car has high-tech metallic silver color and black panel with grilles in front of the refrigerator, which features shiny black blinds and edges. On the Mercedes-Benz EQC Edition 1886 wing, there is a glossy black mark with the name of the model, and its wheels are 20 inches with white tones.
Inside the EQC there are blue indigo and black seats, with the refined MB-Tex vinyl design and Dinamica microfiber material. The seats are embroidered in “1886”, and the mats and center console are written “EQC”.
The automaker did not report whether the special edition of the EQC would have any change in the driving system, which is unlikely. The standard model has two electric motors of 300 kW or 400 hp which offer the electric car an acceleration of 0-100 in 5 seconds. Also, the Mercedes-Benz EQC Edition 1886 has an 80 kWh battery that offers 500 km of autonomy.
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