Mercedes EQG — everything we know so far

Mercedes EQG: Specs

Release date: 2024 (estimate)
Price: From $140,000 (estimate)
Power: TBA
Battery range: TBA
0 to 60 mph: TBA
New high-silicon-content battery for increased efficiency, quad-motor all-wheel-drive system

Mercedes has been gradually expanding its range of all-electric cars over the last couple of years, starting with the smallest and cheapest model and eventually getting to the pricier models. In the U.S. you’ll find the EQB, EQE and various other similarly-named cars. You’ll notice that they all have the same kind of name, “EQ” followed by a letter similar to the current S-class, E-class and so on.

This new naming system will also soon expand to include an electric version of the G-Class, the iconic and boxy SUV that began life as the G-Wagen back in 1979. To be called the EQG, the car began life as a concept revealed at the Munich motor show in September 2021, and is expected to arrive in 2024. Here’s everything we know about the Mercedes EQG so far.

Mercedes EQG: Price speculation and availability 

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Mercedes hasn’t yet said how much the EQG will cost, but prices for the current G-Class starting at about $130,000. Given the disparity between combustion engine and electric cars that means the EQG will likely be one of the company’s most expensive electric cars. Sitting above the current leader, the circa-$105,000 Mercedes EQS.

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