Safety.

Electric driving according to Mercedes-Benz safety standards.

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Highlights


The driver assistance systems in the EQC point the way to fully automated driving.

Latest generation driver assistance systems can warn the driver depending on the situation, provide support and even react automatically, for example to maintain the distance to the car in front, the speed or remain in lane, thus making life significantly easier for the driver.

Highlights


The driver assistance systems in the EQC point the way to fully automated driving.

Latest generation driver assistance systems can warn the driver depending on the situation, provide support and even react automatically, for example to maintain the distance to the car in front, the speed or remain in lane, thus making life significantly easier for the driver.

Active Speed Limit Assist

If desired, the system can automatically assume the speed limits from Traffic Sign Assist as the set speed for Active Distance Assist DISTRONIC

and in so doing adjust the speed to the maximum permissible speed that has been detected.

Active Distance Assist DISTRONIC

DISTRONIC provides continuous support by automatically regulating the speed and distance and, depending on the equipment line, includes Active Speed Limit Assist,

extended automatic restart in traffic and route-based speed adaptation with end-of-tailback recognition.

PRE-SAFE® PLUS

In an impending rear impact, rapidly blinking rear hazard warning lights help to ensure that drivers following behind are alerted. The reversible belt tensioners are activated in an anticipatory manner.

The stationary vehicle is immobilised by the brakes. On the one hand, this reduces rolling forward and therefore the forces acting on the passengers – on the other hand, it reduces the risk of secondary accidents.

Evasive Steering Assist

Evasive Steering Assist can help with carrying out controlled evasive manoeuvres when detecting a risk of collision with crossing pedestrians:

The system supports the driver with precisely calculated steering torque and then straightens the steering wheel again. Available in a speed range from 20 to 70 km/h.

Active Parking Assist with PARKTRONIC

In end-on parking spaces the system assists you with moving forwards and reversing to park.

And if Active Parking Assist has carried out this procedure for you it also supports you in the opposite direction when leaving the space again.

Driving assistance systems


Latest generation of assistance systems.

The EQC supports you in almost every driving situation to relieve you on longer trips in particular.

Driving assistance systems


Latest generation of assistance systems.

The EQC supports you in almost every driving situation to relieve you on longer trips in particular.

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Light and sight


Better vision and fascinating views.

Innovative LED technology and intelligent main-beam control turn night into day and the EQC into an even safer companion.

Light and sight


Better vision and fascinating views.

Innovative LED technology and intelligent main-beam control turn night into day and the EQC into an even safer companion.

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MULTIBEAM LED

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Adaptive Highbeam Assist Plus

Integral safety


Protects before, during and after an incident.

Preventative measures are activated if a danger is detected. Following an accident, your EQC even supports the rescue services.

Integral safety


Protects before, during and after an incident.

Preventative measures are activated if a danger is detected. Following an accident, your EQC even supports the rescue services.

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Active Brake Assist

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PRE-SAFE® system

Parking


Drives electrically, parks automatically.

Optional parking packages assist the driver with sensors and cameras when searching for a parking space as well as when entering and leaving a parking space.

Parking


Drives electrically, parks automatically.

Optional parking packages assist the driver with sensors and cameras when searching for a parking space as well as when entering and leaving a parking space.

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All-wheel drive


Enjoy electric mobility in any weather.

The fully variable 4MATIC all-wheel drive applies the power delivered by the top-performing electric motors to impressive effect. The system helps to improve traction and driving stability in difficult road conditions in particular: a real safety advantage when it comes to the wet, snow and ice. At the same time, 4MATIC forms the technological basis for your sporty driving pleasure.

4MATIC distributes the power steplessly between the front and rear axle – from 0 to 100 percent. This is because both electric motors can be controlled independently of each other. When there is a loss of traction at one axle, more torque is available on the other axle in each case. This acts like in a conventional all-wheel drive vehicle with centre differential lock.

All-wheel drive


Enjoy electric mobility in any weather.

The fully variable 4MATIC all-wheel drive applies the power delivered by the top-performing electric motors to impressive effect. The system helps to improve traction and driving stability in difficult road conditions in particular: a real safety advantage when it comes to the wet, snow and ice. At the same time, 4MATIC forms the technological basis for your sporty driving pleasure.

4MATIC distributes the power steplessly between the front and rear axle – from 0 to 100 percent. This is because both electric motors can be controlled independently of each other. When there is a loss of traction at one axle, more torque is available on the other axle in each case. This acts like in a conventional all-wheel drive vehicle with centre differential lock.

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Model introduction to be confirmed.