Accessories for the Mercedes EQC are now available and cover a wide range of needs especially for owners with active lifestyles.
Mercedes Launches Accessories Line For The Electric EQC SUV
It’s only natural for Mercedes to want to pamper the owners of its first electric model and that’s why they just launched a new line of accessories for the EQC.
The range of official accessories includes a new roof rack with customized aluminum carrier bars to provide the basis for things like a roof box -offered in capacities between 330 and 450lt-, a bike rack and a ski/snowboard rack for up to six pairs of skis or four snowboards. Mercedes also offers a rear-mounted bicycle rack in versions for two or three bikes.
Speaking of bicycles, the German manufacturer offers two of them to match your EQC; designed by Focus, the bikes come with 27 gears, suspension fork, disc brakes and 28-inch wheels. The Fitness Bike features an exclusive aluminum frame while the Trekking Bike adds a hub dynamo, a pannier rack and mudguards.
The official Mercedes accessories range also includes a golf stand bag designed by Cobra, featuring quick-release shoulder straps, a 14-way club divider, an EasyFlex base and automatic stand system. Owners with children between 3.5 and 12 years old can also purchase the forward-facing KidFix XP child seat, which features a V-shaped backrest to adapt to the angle of the car seat’s backrest.
Even pet owners can get a special dog cushion to make them feel more comfortable during their trip with the Mercedes EQC.
Of course with the EQC being all-electric, Mercedes also offers a Wallbox Home charger with a maximum capacity of 22 kW. The electric EQC is powered by a pair of electric motors with a combined 402 HP (407 PS) and 564 lb-ft (765 Nm) of torque. 0-62mph (100km/h) comes in 5.1 seconds while top speed is limited to 111mph (180km/h). Its driving range is 259 miles (417 km) under the WLTP regime.