The Mercedes EQC, the brand’s first standalone all-electric passenger car, will soon be launched in India. It’s also the first luxury EV to go on sale here, and will be an important brand builder for Mercedes which, among other things, has done well to leapfrog its rivals. Indian market apart, however, the German luxury car maker has been late to the luxury EV party. A considerable distance behind Tesla, which has gone from zero to a million cars in a very short span of time, Mercedes has a lot of catching up to do.

Mercedes’ first foray in the all-electric luxury SUV segment.

Luckily, the appetite for luxury electric cars only appears to be growing. Born of ample purchasing power, the promise of green ‘space age’ tech and the fact that most luxury-car customers can easily install home chargers, demand for luxury EVs is on the rise. But what exactly does Merc’s…

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