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Mercedes showed its new electric car in motion

Mercedes показал новый электрокар в движенииThe first production representative of a new family of electric cars, Mercedes-Benz will appear in 2020.

Mercedes-Benz has published videotizer which shows the drive on the prototype of a new electric crossover. In the comic video forgiven with the sound of the internal combustion engine and says, “Hey, electricity.”

In the short video demonstrates how Mercedes-Benz EQ goes on the road in the wilderness and makes a strange noise. Participated in the shooting the popular beatboxer Daniel Jovanov, known for its ability to reproduce the sound of a car motor.

A prototype of the Mercedes-Benz EQ in the autumn of 2016 at the Paris motor show. Concept Generation EQ was equipped with two motors with total capacity of 300 kW (408 HP), located on the front and rear axle. Crossover is capable of accelerating from standstill to 100 km/h in less than five seconds. Thus, the dynamic performance of electric cars close to the Mercedes-AMG GLC 43. Thanks to the included lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 70 kWh SUV can travel without recharging up to 500 kilometers.

While the first production of electric vehicles new generation of EQ will be a compact model of the EQA, the production of which starts in the French Ambah (Smart company) in 2020. A harbinger of this car debuted in September 2017 at the Frankfurt motor show. On each axis, car mounted one electric motor which in the sum give out 268 HP and 499 lb-ft of torque.

The novelty will be intended to compete with the BMW i3. By 2025 a collection of electric cars from Mercedes-Benz include up to 10 models. It is assumed that by this time in electric cars will have from 15% to 25% of all sales of the German mark.

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