2023 Mercedes-Benz EQV Owner's Manual
Mercedes EQV 2023 – front-wheel drive electric minivan class “L”. The first generation of the model. The premiere of the model took place on August 20, 2019 at the International Automobile Salon in Germany.
The electric minivan is an important step towards the transition of the Mercedes-Benz brand to “clean” traction, because cars in this class must be “long-range” in terms of mileage, as well as comfortable for a large number of passengers.
A solution to this problem from Mercedes-Benz is an electric power plant (motor, gearbox, cooling system and power electronics), compactly located in place of the internal combustion engine, and a 100-kilowatt (90 kWh is used) battery mounted under the floor in the center of the car. With a declared average energy consumption of 26.3 kWh, the range of a minivan on a single charge is up to 418 km. The motor produces 204 liters. With. and 362 Nm (version EQV 300), accelerating the car to a maximum of 160 km / h. The battery can be replenished with an 11-kilowatt charger in ten hours, and a 110-kilowatt DC terminal will fill the battery from 10 to 80% in 45 minutes. In addition, the battery is also replenished through recuperation when the accelerator pedal is released (and its intensity can be adjusted up to driving the car with one pedal).
The design of the electric model almost completely repeats the appearance of the Mercedes V-Class, and only its front part is made in a more individualized style of the EQ brand’s electric line (black false radiator grille with optics close to it). Similar dimensions are a consequence of the common platform of an electric car and a car with an internal combustion engine. EQV has two body length options: 5140 mm (3200 mm wheelbase) and 5370 mm (3430 mm wheelbase). The width and height of the minivan in both cases is identical: 1928 mm (without mirrors) and 1901 mm, respectively.
The interior of the versions with an electric motor and internal combustion engines is also identical, with the exception of a more advanced multimedia system (MBUX) in an electric car. It can be controlled both through a 10-inch touch screen, and using a touchpad or voice commands (after the driver calls “Hey, Mercedes”, the system responds to commands related to dialing, playing and writing messages, controlling the audio system, navigation and “climate “).
The front row is exclusively two chairs, while behind it can be located either four “captain’s” chairs, or two sofas for three seats. The space for passengers has a wide transformation functionality available: four seats can be arranged in a row or opposite each other, chairs (or sofas) can be dismantled to increase the luggage compartment. The list of options for passenger comfort includes a panoramic roof, a Burmester audio system (15 speakers, 640 W), seats that convert into full-fledged beds, and a retractable table with additional cup holders. In addition, side doors (electrically operated) can be obtained on one side or on both sides.
The list of equipment available for the EQV 300 includes adaptive headlights, Airmatic air suspension, Distronic adaptive cruise control, all-round cameras and an active parking assistant, dual-zone climate control for front riders and a separate “climate” zone for rear passengers, electrical adjustments and heated front seats (as well as the ability to rotate the seats 180 degrees), ventilation of the driver’s seat, as well as an electric trunk lid.
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