Company's first pure electric vehicle will debut next week.
Mercedes-Benz has teased out one more official glimpse of the company's all-electric EQC crossover, which is set to debut in Stockholm, Sweden, next week on September 4.
Mercedes has been working to develop its first pure electric vehicle for the past several years after debuting the original Generation EQ concept at the 2016 Paris Motor Show.
The iconic German manufacturer has been extremely forthright during the vehicle's development, especially during these last few months as it attempts to build buzz for its new all-electric EQ brand which will eventually compete head to head with Audi's much-publicized e-tron range of EVs. Recently, Mercedes has been posting images and videos of the camouflaged concept to social media, including the following video with former Formula 1 test driver Susie Wolff.
Mercedes has also revealed that its engineering team has been testing 90 prototypes and 30 pre-production prototypes on four different continents and covering millions and millions of real-world testing. However, the company has been quite careful to keep the EQC's specifications close to its chest.
The Generation EQ concept arrived in Paris with a pair of electric motors that could deliver a combined 402 hp with 516 lb-ft of torque on tap. When equipped with a 70 kWh lithium-ion battery pack Mercedes said the EQ could cover distances of more than 300 miles on a single charge.