Mercedes-Benz will launch the new EQV 300 seven-seat MPV on the 14th of this month, featuring high endurance, fast charging, and EQ-exclusive MBUX intelligent operation. It is a versatile seven-passenger vehicle for private and business use.

The EQV 300 offers two models, the EQV 300 Long with a long wheelbase (3,200mm), priced below HK$1,200,000;

And the EQV 300 Extra Long with extra long wheelbase (3,430mm), priced below HK$1,000,000.

The new car is the same as the V-Class, and the production version is produced in Vitoria, northern Spain. The on-board battery has a usable capacity of 90kWh, providing a range of 378 km (WLTP).

The EQV 300 also recuperates power into electrical energy while driving. When accelerating or braking, the kinetic energy is converted into electricity to charge the high-voltage battery. The driver can increase or decrease the recovery range by turning the left and right paddles behind the wheel.

At the lowest recovery range, the vehicle will seem to slide; at the highest speed, the driver can basically operate with one pedal. In most cases, the deceleration force during power recovery is sufficient to replace the braking system.

The new car is also equipped with DAuto recovery mode, and the automatically activated ECO Assistant can assist the driver to achieve the best energy saving effect.

The EQV 300 is also equipped with an in-vehicle water-cooled AC charger with a maximum power of 11 kW, which is convenient for AC charging at home or public charging stations. The EQV can be charged from 10% to 80% in about 45 minutes at 110 kW via a DC fast charging station.

The EQV 300 puts the electric power system (eATS) on the streamlined front, and the front pump handle is equipped with a charging socket, and the electric motor, fixed gear ratio transmission system, cooling system and power assembly are hidden in the front of the car. Its motor output is as high as 204 hp.

Its lithium battery pack is placed in the bottom of the car and juxtaposed to ensure good handling performance. At the same time, the EQV 300 has a flat floor and flexible compartment space, suitable for various purposes.

For example, when used as a family MPV, passengers can use the luxury independent seats in the middle row, and the seats in the third row can be arranged in various arrangements for convenient travel.

The updated MBUX system in response to Mercedes-EQ is another highlight. On the 10-inch high-definition screen, the EQ page provides several displays, such as graphics on charge level, energy flow and power consumption.

The screen also controls the navigation system and driving modes.

One of the strengths of the MBUX system is the intelligent voice operation activated by the keyword "Hey Mercedes", which supports a variety of infotainment, such as entering a destination, making calls, selecting songs, listening to text messages, controlling air conditioning, lighting systems, and more.

In appearance, EQV 300 also implements the design language of the brand's EQ family. The EQV front ghost mask features a Black Panel design with chrome trim and 17-inch light alloy wheels on the sides.

Mercedes Benz will officially display the EQV 300 in Hong Kong on the 14th of this month, and interested readers can check out more on its official website.

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