Mercedes-Benz reportedly decided that it’s not going to sell its new electric vehicle, the EQC, in the USA. This follows the year-old announcement of the company delaying the American launch of its EV until this year. A company spokesperson told Autoblog, “Following a comprehensive review of market developments, the EQC will not be offered in the United States for now.”
The article noted that the company’s statement suggested that the model could be here someday and that it was developed with American regulations in mind. However, the company’s decision to not sell it here is a bit odd. Given the fact that the company reportedly had high hopes for it and priced it affordably compared to its other luxury ICE (internal combustion engine) models, canceling it suddenly is just really strange.
Mercedes-Benz had priced its EQC at $68,895. There were three trim levels that it planned to offer here. Autoblog noted that the…
— to cleantechnica.com