Make In India campaign goes big. Mercedes coming with local assembly option now

Make in India has gained quite a ground in India and is still taking new inroads to go big. One such news coming in is that Mercedes-Benz is planning to bring in the local assembly for the upcoming all-new full electric SUV car Mercedes-Benz EQC. Mercedes-Benz is foraying into its first-ever full-electric SUV car, one of the new cars in India and will gravitate towards it by launching it the next year.

Mercedes Benz has now taken note of the leniency offered by the Government in terms of lower import duties and rather than bringing in the entire car they will now bring in completely knocked down units or semi-knocked down units. This will help Mercedes use the local assembly option without exhausting their resources.

Mercedes already has Mercedes-Benz GLC under the local assembly option and this new first ever all-electric SUV Mercedes-Benz EQC will follow suit. Adding this won’t take much investment from Mercedes and would be a good feasible option. However, there’s another news pooping in that Mercedes-Benz customers won’t be able to use the FAME II scheme as it is only for the vehicles that are priced under Rs 15 lakhs. Buy new car online here.

Mercedes-Benz EQC is based on the early generation EQ concept that was showcased rightfully in 2016 and will bear an iconic look from the concept. It will have a five-door layout and will be around 105mm longer than the Mercedes-Benz GLC. It will have two electric motors under the hood powering the front and the rear side each. It will offer a whopping power of 407 Hp and a torque of 765 Nm. It can reach a speed of 0-100kph in 5.1 sec with the top speed catered as 180kph. It will offer a range of 400kmph. You can buy old car here.

The international edition of this one is slated to be priced at around Rs 62 lakhs. It remains to be seen how it will be priced here in India. Mercedes-Benz EQC will come into play with the likes of Audi e-Tron. Buy new car.

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