2019 Mercedes‑Benz “Generation EQ” Price

2019  Mercedes‑Benz “Generation EQ” Price – Despite the long list of manufacturers that skipped the Paris Auto Show, this year’s show still turned out to be pretty good. We got to lay eyes on cars like the Renault Trevor, the Lexus UX Concept, and the Volkswagen I.D. concept. As far as the internet is concerned, the Honda Civic Type R concept pretty much stole the show, but over at the Mercedes booth was this gem of a concept that is being called the “Generation EQ.

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2019  Mercedes‑Benz “Generation EQ” Future

” Said to represent a whole fleet of electric cars that Mercedes will produce in the coming years, the  Mercedes‑Benz “Generation EQ features a scalable platform, 402 horsepower from an all-electric drivetrain, and a range of up to 310 miles. Able to hit 62 mph in less than five seconds, Mercedes claims that this concept not only has the all-wheel drive but is also near-production ready, so we may even see a production variant shortly.

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2019  Mercedes‑Benz “Generation EQ” Exterior And Interior

One of the most identifying parts of a car is its front end. More specifically, the layout of the nose and the front grille. With electric vehicles, there is no need for a radiator grille, so how do manufacturers boast the identifying birthmarks on future vehicles? Well, Mercedes has the answer. Check out that electrified grille up front. There’s no need for an air passage here, and to keep things from getting boring,  Mercedes‑Benz “Generation EQ a LED grille with a big fat Mercedes emblem right in the middle. If you’ve paid attention to any recent Mercedes models, you’ll recognize the layout of these LED strips as they form a design that looks quite similar to the physical grilles on the brand’s road-going fuel drinkers. It’s a unique take on how to keep the front end of electric cars stylish without getting too out of hand.One of the most identifying parts of a car is its front end. More specifically, the layout of the nose and the front grille. With electric vehicles, there is no need for a radiator grille, so how do manufacturers boast the identifying birthmarks on future vehicles? Well, Mercedes has the answer. Check out that electrified grille up front. There’s no need for an air passage here, and to keep things from getting boring, Mercedes created a LED grille with a big fat Mercedes emblem right in the middle. If you’ve paid attention to any recent Mercedes models, you’ll recognize the layout of these LED strips as they form a design that looks quite similar to the physical grilles on the brand’s road-going fuel drinkers. It’s a unique take on how to keep the front end of electric cars stylish without getting too out of hand.

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2019  Mercedes‑Benz “Generation EQ” Engine

This baby is all electric. Not only that, but  Mercedes‑Benz “Generation EQ  says this model is representative of an entire fleet of all-electric vehicles that will be “on offensive” shortly. Of course, we’ve heard things like this before, but this concept promises a range of about 310 miles with a battery system that is said to have a capacity of over 70 kWh. They are sourced from Daimler’s subsidiary Deutsche Accumotive and are being called high-efficiency lithium-ion batteries.

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2019  Mercedes‑Benz “Generation EQ” Price And Release Date

All told, this all sounds very promising, but I’m curious to see if Mercedes can live up to the hype it’s creating with its actual production models. We’ve been told so many times that we would see amazing all-electric range from cars, then we get crapped on with cars like the Nissan Leaf, and it’s 84- to a 107-mile range or BMW i3 and its 114 to 180-mile range.