The lineup of Mercedes electric car models continues to grow as the German automaker moves toward a more electric future. Mercedes-EQ is the naming structure for all the battery electric vehicles produced by the automaker, and while it stands almost as a subdivision of the brand at present, Mercedes-Benz notes that once all Mercedes cars are electrified, the nomenclature will eventually fall away. These premium products are getting increasingly popular in the USA, and for good reason - they retain all the luxury, high-end quality, and pristine interiors of a regular Mercedes-Benz, but with an all-electric powertrain.
This is a list of the Mercedes electric cars and prices in the US:
|Mercedes-Benz EQB SUV||TBC||Electric||$52,750|
|Mercedes-AMG EQE||617 hp||Electric||$106,900|
|Mercedes-Benz EQG||469 hp||Electric||TBC|
|Mercedes-AMG EQS||649 hp||Electric||$147,550|
|Mercedes-Benz eSprinter Cargo Van||134 hp||Electric||$71,886|
|Mercedes-Benz B-Class||177 hp||Electric||$39,900|
|Mercedes-AMG EQE SUV||617 hp||Electric||$109,300|
|Mercedes-Benz EQE Sedan||288 hp||Electric||$74,900|
|Mercedes-Benz EQE SUV||288 hp||Electric||$77,900|
|Mercedes-Benz EQS Sedan||329 hp||Electric||$104,400|
There are more fully electric cars on the market than ever before, and that number is only going to grow. However, Mercedes EV models are not like the run-of-the-mill competition, so consider these qualities when picking a Merc over something else.