During tests on the Mercedes-Benz track, the EQG started making strange noises. After some time, the electric SUV had to be evacuated.
The Mercedes-Benz EQG electric SUV broke down during track tests. This was reported on the Carscoops website.
Recently, spies revealed the interior of the Mercedes-Benz EQG. Now it’s time to see his abilities on the track.
The test pilot drove several laps on the Nürburgring until the SUV broke down. The video shows the moment when the SUV makes strange noises at the exit from the pit stop. They may indicate a mechanical breakdown.
Mercedes-Benz EQG still had to stop. Later, the car was evacuated from the track.
We will remind you that the Mercedes-Benz EQG will receive four electric motors and will have great power. According to rumors, the performance of the power plant of the top version will be even higher than that of the charged AMG G63.
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A distinctive feature of the electric version of the SUV will be the absence of a traditional radiator grille and a spare wheel on the trunk. In its place, a small block will be placed, which will have a charging cable.
Focus previously wrote that the Mercedes-Benz G-Class received a new limited edition, which was created by the famous German tuning studio Mansory and dedicated to Ukraine.
We also talked about the exclusive Gelendwagen, created in support of Ukraine.