A car for those who love the environment, the Mercedes-Benz G-Class electric version is scheduled to launch

The Mercedes-Benz G-Class will have a new version that is more powerful but quieter, and at the same time consistent with the future trend that was determined at the time of launch.

After confirming plans for a Mini version of the G-Class model being developed, at the Munich 2023 exhibition taking place in Germany, Mercedes-Benz confirmed that the pure electric version of the G-Class will also be announced around the beginning. year 2024.


Thus, in addition to the existing versions, the pure electric configuration will help users have more choices. However, users will also have to say goodbye to the V8 version and can only choose the i6 engine on future G-Class cars.

The company also named this model Mercedes-Benz EQG and will have many similarities with the concept images released about 2 years ago. Currently, the German car company says the electric G-Class will have up to 4 motors and has the option of using high energy density batteries.

Mercedes-Benz EQG may continue to use the original G-Class chassis but will be improved to maintain off-road performance not inferior to the previous generation, and this also helps maximize Optimize production and research costs.

In addition, the battery block will be placed under the chassis with its own protective steel frame next to a carbon fiber reinforced polymer layer. All 4 wheels have the ability to rotate freely through G-Turn technology, thereby allowing the vehicle to rotate 360 ​​degrees. in place and the suspension is double wishbone front and hook axle rear.


Some images believed to be test versions of the Mercedes-Benz EQG show that the interior of this pure electric G-Class model is quite similar to the media version with almost the same design style, with only a few differences such as Compact touchpad center cluster, new AMG steering wheel,…

In Vietnam, on September 22, 2023, Mercedes-Benz will officially introduce three more high-clearance electric car models including: EQB priced at 2,289 billion VND, EQE 3,999 billion VND and EQS 4,999 billion VND. Thanks to that, Mercedes leads in Vietnam in the number of pure electric products, especially in the luxury car segment.

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