Mercedes-Benz introduced the EQG concept at the IAA in Munich. This car is a legendary G-Class electric model and will be produced in the near future due to its design and specifications.
Finally, the moment we have been waiting for has arrived and Mercedes-Benz is taking advantage of the latest developments in the automotive industry; Introduces a special model of the legendary G-Class. The car you see in the pictures will not be available soon and cannot be purchased; But it will reach production in the near future. Mercedes calls the concept EQG, which it considers a close example of the production version of the EQG, and provides an image of an electric G-Class.
The EQG concept model is definitely similar to other G-Class versions, and G-Class fans will know if the EQG is just as big; They will definitely be happy. The stepped skeleton is located under the body of the EQG-shaped box, and we see the use of an independent suspension system at the front and a strong axle at the rear. The cabin is very high and there is a spare at the rear. There are raised handles on the side of the doors, and the headlights illuminate the circular path leading to the EQG.
One can clearly see the differences between the current G classes and the EQG concept model. There is no engine under the hood; So the bold G-Class windshield in the EQG concept model has been replaced by black and glossy windshield. On the window sill, light blue squares have been used to create a grid design, and the three-pointed Mercedes star will light up in a three-dimensional shape in the center. In order to complete the design of the windshield, Mercedes has used LED strips and has circled the daytime running lights with a round icon around the main headlights.
On the sides, we see the use of LED strips as armpits, and these strips attract our attention. On the roof, there is a strip of flat LED lights at the front and rear. The rims are 22 inches in size and are designed similar to the rims of Mercedes-Benz products from the late 1990s. There’s a trailer on the back, and you’ve probably noticed that it doesn’t look like a tire. In fact, it is a place to place tools and objects and to pay homage to traditional G-classes; But instead of tires, you have to put things like charging cables inside.
Aside from the EQG design debate, the question certainly arises as to what the specs are and how the car gets its power. Mercedes has not yet released details such as the power and range of the EQG; But according to the German automaker, the EQG concept model has four electric motors mounted near the wheels. Each propulsion can operate independently, thus demonstrating the unique mobility and EQG characteristics. The EQG concept model is equipped with two-speed gearboxes and generally of the second gear, which is a crawl; Used for driving in difficult and off-road conditions.
The car is a concept model close to production and therefore will change before the official production. Mercedes has not specified the time of production and release of EQG; But the automaker promises that the G-Class electric will pass tests similar to G combustion cars and have the same performance.