The Mercedes-Benz EQG was captured by spy photographers again in public, but with the great news that this time they managed to See inside the robobust EV off-road.
The vehicle bears many similarities to the G-class internal combustion, but with their well-marked differences.
This EQG prototype was captured parked during a cold test, and the driver left the bare board, so it was possible to see its large endowment of digital screen that extends from the driver’s side to the center console.
As we mentioned, its design is similar to the current G-Class, but with controls below it. Other functions can be seen as the EQC Tank Turn, that allows the SUV to turn into place. This is possible thanks to the electric motors that drive each wheel.
A little further down, you can see the analog clock and the buttons that surround it have disappeared. The console has several controls, although it maintains the design of the G-Class. flat bottom flyer sows doubt as to whether it is a performance variant.
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The exterior is kept covered by the camouflage seen above. It remains a mystery which rectangular vents in the rear fender flares are making a comeback.
Details about the power of the individual engines should be known later this year. Mercedes EQG would be released at the end of 2023 as 2024 model.
Writing New Electric Autos Source: Engine1