Charging and range.

Find out more about the intelligent charging solutions for at home, in the city or while on your travels.

EQC 400 4MATIC: Electrical consumption in kWh/100 km (combined): 19.7-20.8; CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 0[1]

Charging time calculator


You can count on these charging times.

Find out in next to no time how fast the EQC can be charged while out and about and at home.

Charging time calculator


You can count on these charging times.

Find out in next to no time how fast the EQC can be charged while out and about and at home.

Figures refer to 23 degrees Celsius battery starting temperature and surrounding temperature with a new battery excluding additional auxiliary consumer such as seat heating, displays and air conditioning system.

EQC 400 4MATIC: Electrical consumption in kWh/100 km (combined): 19.7-20.8; CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 0[1]

Charging options


Charging the EQC is as easy as charging your smartphone.

The charging infrastructure is optimised to your individual needs. Mercedes-Benz therefore offers a high degree of flexibility. Conveniently and quickly at home using a Wallbox? En route at public charging stations? At a conventional socket checked by an electrician? All this is possible - for maximum charging convenience.

Charging options


Charging the EQC is as easy as charging your smartphone.

The charging infrastructure is optimised to your individual needs. Mercedes-Benz therefore offers a high degree of flexibility. Conveniently and quickly at home using a Wallbox? En route at public charging stations? At a conventional socket checked by an electrician? All this is possible - for maximum charging convenience.

The image shows charging the Mercedes-Benz EQC at a public charging station.
Das Video visualisiert den Ladevorgang beim Mercedes-Benz EQC an einer öffentlichen Ladesäule.
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Charging at a domestic mains socket

Alternatively, the Mercedes-Benz electric vehicles can be charged at any conventional domestic socket.

The image visualises charging the Mercedes-Benz EQC using a Mercedes-Benz Wallbox Home.

Charging at a domestic mains socket

Alternatively, the Mercedes-Benz electric vehicles can be charged at any conventional domestic socket.

Charging at home.

A straightforward process at any normal domestic mains socket.

Would you like to save yourself a trip to the public charging station and simply charge your Mercedes-Benz at home? Then simply use a conventional mains socket that has been inspected by a trained electrician. All you need is the charging cable for the domestic mains socket (Mode 2 cable) which was either supplied with your vehicle or is available from dealerships as optional equipment.

Charge up while out and about at an increasing number of public charging stations.

The image shows a side view of the Mercedes-Benz EQC.

Charge up while out and about at an increasing number of public charging stations.

No matter where you are: you can charge up the EQC at countless public AC (alternating current) charging stations, for example while you shop, work or sit in a restaurant. The charging cable which comes as standard enables a charging capacity of 7.4 kW.

Charging while out and about

Quick and easy charging while out and about.

The image shows the Mercedes-Benz EQC from the front.

Charging while out and about

Quick and easy charging while out and about.

Thanks to a growing network of public charging stations, there are now plenty of opportunities for easy and flexible charging while you're out and about - in town, at shopping centres or on motorways.

Battery and battery certificate


Powerful and safe. A battery that meets Mercedes quality standards.

The high voltage battery is the centre piece of the new Mercedes-Benz EQC. Thanks to its extremely high power density, it saves energy for the two electric drive units on the front and rear axle. The battery is installed in the vehicle floor in order to fulfil the high Mercedes-Benz safety requirements. This also lowers the vehicle's centre of gravity, thus ensuring a richly dynamic driving feeling.

The so-called battery certificate means you can enjoy the all-electric driving experience in the new Mercedes-Benz EQC without any worries. It guarantees you a perfectly functioning battery and also covers a significant loss in battery capacity. It is valid for eight years or up to a total mileage of 160,000 kilometres(2).

Battery and battery certificate


Powerful and safe. A battery that meets Mercedes quality standards.

The high voltage battery is the centre piece of the new Mercedes-Benz EQC. Thanks to its extremely high power density, it saves energy for the two electric drive units on the front and rear axle. The battery is installed in the vehicle floor in order to fulfil the high Mercedes-Benz safety requirements. This also lowers the vehicle's centre of gravity, thus ensuring a richly dynamic driving feeling.

The so-called battery certificate means you can enjoy the all-electric driving experience in the new Mercedes-Benz EQC without any worries. It guarantees you a perfectly functioning battery and also covers a significant loss in battery capacity. It is valid for eight years or up to a total mileage of 160,000 kilometres(2).

The image shows the battery in the Mercedes-Benz EQC.
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[2]The terms apply to the battery certificate.

EQC 400 4MATIC: Electrical consumption in kWh/100 km (combined): 19.7-20.8; CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 0[1]

Intelligent energy management


We think one step further so you can drive further.

The innovative lithium-ion high voltage batteries offer high power density and thus energy efficiency. Many functions specific to the EQ support a driving style that is as energy-efficient and anticipatory as possible in order to further optimise consumption.

Intelligent energy management


We think one step further so you can drive further.

The innovative lithium-ion high voltage batteries offer high power density and thus energy efficiency. Many functions specific to the EQ support a driving style that is as energy-efficient and anticipatory as possible in order to further optimise consumption.

The image shows the media display of the Mercedes-Benz EQC.

EQ haptic accelerator pedal

EQC 400 4MATIC: Electrical consumption in kWh/100 km (combined): 19.7-20.8; CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 0[1]

EQ&A


Your most important questions on electric driving.

EQ&A


Your most important questions on electric driving.

    • Real electric range

      Why is the real electric range often less than specified?

      The electric range varies depending on individual driving behaviour, the route profile and the environmental factors. You can travel on electric power further if you use ECO Assist to drive with foresight and take advantage of the recuperation and/or sailing function. Auxiliary equipment such as seat heating or climate control system also has an impact on the range.

    • AC and DC charging technology

      What is the difference between AC and DC charging technology?

      Basically, the batteries of electrified vehicles can only be charged with direct current (DC). However, all household power sockets, the Mercedes-Benz Wallbox charger and most public charging stations supply alternating current (AC), as do "high-voltage sockets". To make charging possible, vehicles are equipped with an on-board charger – an AC/DC rectifier. It converts the alternating current into the required direct current. Charging capacities of between 2.3 kW and 7.4 kW are possible – depending on the on-board charger and the capacity of the charging cable.

    • Environmental friendliness

      How environmentally friendly are electric cars really?

      How environmentally friendly the vehicle is used depends greatly on your driving and charging behaviour. Among other things, the electricity you charge the vehicle with also plays a significant role, i.e.: is it actually being charged with "green" electricity or an energy mix? As a rule, all public charging stations are supplied with green electricity and a green electricity contract for domestic users is often only a few clicks away. In support, we offer Mercedes-Benz green electricity – a service exclusively for customers of Mercedes-Benz.

    EQC 400 4MATIC: electrical consumption in kWh/100 km (combined): 19.7-20.8, CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 0