The Mercedes Generation EQ concept certainly serves as a preview for the automaker’s future “all electric” lineup. The Mercedes Generation EQ concept looks like a GLC model from the next decade. The concept displays a curvaceous body style along with sloped roofline and a generous greenhouse. These attributes give the Mercedes Generation EQ concept a side profile that looks more dynamic. There are concealed windscreen wipers and switch to side cameras replacing the standard mirrors. These add ons give the Mercedes Generation EQ concept a more smart appearance. The door handles are absent this time which. This has enhanced the appearance of the concept further.
The Mercedes Generation EQ concept rides on pretty large wheels of 21 inch. The concept receives“alubeam silver” body paint. The concept displays a silver blue accent. This has been done in order to let us know it is an all electric vehicle. There is a large panoramic roof as well. This allows enough light to enter the cabin. As a result, the cabin would appear to be airy and more spacious. On the inside, the Mercedes Generation EQ concept displays a minimalistic appearance. There is an instrument cluster of 24 inch along with a secondary display on center stack.
The physical buttons and the knobs have been replaced by the touch sensitive screens. This revision gives the dashboard a functional and simple layout. The 3 spoke steering wheel integrates two OLED screens. There are two additional screens mounted on the doors. This is where the images recorded by the cameras are shown. The sat nav system of the Mercedes Generation EQ concept uses the HERE mapping solution software. This software has been acquired by Daimler from Nokia. There are two electric motors on both axles. This setup generates an impressive output of 402 hp and 516 lb ft of torque. The power is enough for the model to rocket from 0 to 62 mph in under 5 seconds. The model would provide a maximum range of 310 miles. It is equipped with floor mounted battery with fast charging abilities.