Mercedes EQG; The ground is now ready for the electric transformation of the legend

With the preparation of the infrastructure for the Mercedes EQG, which will be introduced as a concept in the first stage, the countdown for production will now begin.

With the EQS, which Mercedes introduced in April, we finally had the opportunity to see the roof dynamics that the electric product range will have. The flagship badge of EQS, which leads many models that will come after it, both in terms of infrastructure and technology, will continue for a long time. With the EQS, the maximum technical qualifications with which the curtains were raised, also helped shape the expectations for some transformations in our minds more realistically. The transformation of the G-Class, which has been in existence for more than 40 years and is now a legend, stands out among the names we mentioned. The management, which has been preparing to continue the “G” badge as a sub-brand for a while, will preview the preparations at the upcoming Munich Motor Show. 2024 is the year for the serial production of the project, which will greet us through concept dynamics with the Mercedes EQG. is being marked.


Two versions are on the table for the Mercedes EQG

It is obvious that there are certain criteria behind the G-Class being still considered one of the references in its class today. Mercedes also works hard to protect these qualities, such as angular design and off-road capabilities, which we can increase in number, in the EQ version. One of the limited information about the model that has become clear at this stage is the versions. As with the EQS, we expect to see two electrified G-Class versions on the charts in the first phase.


According to the patent applications, the names of the versions will be EQG 560 and EQG 580. The technical expectations for these versions are also the same as for the EQS versions. EQS, which offers 330 horsepower and 568 Nm of torque with the rear-wheel drive single engine option in its first package, increases to 516 horsepower and 855 Nm of torque in the dual-engine combination. Thanks to the battery with a capacity of 107.8 kWh, a maximum range of 770 kilometers is among the data we have.


The formula of presenting the off-road capabilities that made the G-Class legendary in the electric version takes us to 2020. Introducing a radical concept that transforms the EQC, the first model of the EQ brand, into a land monster, it will not be surprising that Mercedes carries the similar engineering process to the mass production EQG. Bearing the 4×4² badge, which we know from the standard G-Class versions, the project was described as the harbinger of dynamics that could become reality at that time. With the changes made by Mercedes engineers, we will see the reflections of the EQC 4×4², which offers 31.8 degrees approach and 33 degrees departure angles, on the EQG, which will be introduced as a concept in a short time. We expect EQG, which will answer all our questions at the Munich Motor Show, which will open its doors on September 7, to carry messages from the brand’s decisive strategies for the upcoming period.

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