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Electric Gelendvagen demonstrated for the first time their capabilities in public (video)

Mercedes-Benz EQG will receive four engines with a capacity of over 600 forces and will be able to turn around on the spot. The power reserve of the Gelendvagen will be at least 500 km.

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Mercedes-Benz has demonstrated the capabilities of the new EQG SUV. The electric Gelendvagen will go on sale from 2024, but its prototypes are already being actively tested and have carried out demonstration runs on cars. Autocar reports this.

Electric Gelendvagen demonstrated its capabilities to the public for the first time (video)

Electric Gelendvagen demonstrated for the first time their capabilities in public (video)

Test prototypes of the Mercedes-Benz EQG were covered with camouflage. However, earlier the electric Gelendvagen had already been declassified, and this happened in Kyiv – an SUV was brought to Ukraine for advertising filming. The electric car will differ from the standard model in the design of the radiator grille, bumpers and optics.

Electric Gelendvagen demonstrated for the first time their opportunities in public (video)

The electric Gelendvagen demonstrated its capabilities in public for the first time (video)

As part of the demonstration, the Mercedes-Benz EQG electric car demonstrated good off-road capability and showed ” tank “turn on the spot.

Such abilities have been achieved thanks to an innovative power plant. The Gelendvagen electric car immediately received four motors (one per wheel) capable of simulating differential locks. In addition, the rear wheels turn.

The exact specifications of the Mercedes EQG have not yet been disclosed. However, the developers said that the power of the electric car will exceed 600 hp. s.. The SUV will receive a battery with a capacity of about 100 kWh, and its range will be at least 500 km.