Mercedes-Benz electric cars Discover the electric Mercedes-Benz range and compare new and leasing deals

You might expect Mercedes-Benz, as the inventor of the modern automobile, to have a prominent and wide range of electric cars, and you’d be right. Badged ‘EQ’, Mercedes-Benz offers great choice, starting with the EQA small SUV, and culminating in the large EQV.

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All electric Mercedes-Benz car models: current range

Mercedes-Benz has around a dozen electric cars in its portfolio, and while some of these are derivatives of other models, it has most of the premium market covered.

Mercedes-Benz EQA

The EQA is the electric sibling of the Mercedes GLA, so is a small SUV that competes with cars like the Audi Q4 e-tron. Comfortable, luxurious and with excellent infotainment, the EQA can cover up to 324 miles on a charge.

Mercedes-Benz EQB

The EQB is something of a rarity in the EV world, as it’s one of only a handful of cars that offers space for seven people. Sure, the rearmost row is really only for smallish children, but they’re certainly useful to have, nonetheless.

Mercedes-Benz EQC

SUVs sell, so it’s understandable that our next electric Mercedes is essentially a larger version of the EQA. Stylish, comfortable to drive and with plenty of tech toys to help keep you safe on the road, the EQC can go up to 254 miles on a charge, which could be a little stronger.

Mercedes-Benz EQE

Moving up through Mercedes’ EV range you find the EQE, which is an electric version of the E-Class saloon. The EQE might not be the most exciting-looking car, but with a range of up to 384 miles it’s impressively long-legged.

Mercedes-Benz EQE SUV

After something costing around as much as the EQE but fancy a higher driving position? Step right up to the EQE SUV. Cheap it certainly isn’t, but if you’re in the market for a large, plush electric SUV, this car has a lot going for it.

Mercedes-Benz EQS

The EQS saloon is a basically big brother to the EQE, so it’s larger, even more luxurious, and has an exceptionally long range, being able to go up to a staggering 453 miles on a single charge. It’s a large, expensive car though, so you’ll need both deep pockets.

Mercedes-Benz EQV

The EQV is rather an unusual offering, being an electric version of the V-Class posh people carrier. Sure, the 211-mile range might not be up there with some of Mercedes’ EVs, but with seating for seven together with a big boot, few electric vehicles are so practical.

Mercedes-AMG EQE

AMG is Mercedes’ in-house performance division, so the AMG EQE is a faster, more powerful version of the EQE saloon, with more aggressive styling and a staggering 625 horsepower.

Mercedes-AMG EQS

With 658 horsepower few cars - electric or otherwise - have the performance of the AMG EQS. As the highest-spec version of the EQS it does command a fairly hefty starting price of around £161,000, though.

Mercedes-Benz electric cars FAQs

As one of the most desirable brands on the planet, it’s reasonable to expect an electric Mercedes to be a pretty expensive choice, and it’s fair to say that’s the case. The most affordable battery-powered car to wear the three-pointed star is the EQA, which begins at around £52,000.
How far an electric Mercedes will go on a charge depends on the model of the car, and which battery and motor combination you go for. The EQV has the least range in Mercedes’ EV stable, being able to cover up to 211 miles on a charge, while the EQS saloon can manage up to 452 miles.
Mercedes will effectively become an EV-only maker when legislation dictates, in 2035; this is the point at which only zero-emission cars can be sold from new in the UK and EU. The firm has also said it intends to be EV-only by 2030 “where market conditions allow”, though it will continue to sell petrol and diesel cars in countries where demand for electric vehicles is not sufficient.