2025 Mercedes C-Class Electric Concept Preview

2025 Mercedes C-Class Electric – Mercedes-Benz’s EQ range of electric vehicles continues to expand in new markets however, the German automaker hasn’t unveiled a direct competitor to Tesla Model 3, the BMW i4, and Tesla Model 3 as well as Polestar 2.  The Mercedes C-Class has been among the most popular models offered by the Stuttgart-headquartered brand. It has been in production for more than 30 years, going through five generations of improvements and changes. Then it is the first time it is it is now a Mercedes C-Class electric is in the development. Automotive News reported in October 2021 that Mercedes-Benz dealers in the U.S. have received a confirmation that the electric C-Class will be coming to America as well as the next-generation EQC SUV. It will be a direct competitor to that of the Tesla Model Y. Mercedes-Benz will accelerate its EV program to provide electric vehicles in all segments. Mercedes-Benz Group CEO Ola Kallenius revealed this information in the ‘Mercedes-Benz Strategy update Electric Drive’ on the 22nd of July 2021.

2025 Mercedes C-Class Electric Concept
2025 Mercedes C-Class Electric Concept

The electric counterparts to both the E-Class along with the S-Class have adopted the E-Class and the EQS badges. Since Mercedes already using EQC on its GLC-like electronic SUV, it may rethink the name and label the next-generation EQC in the form of the EQC SUV with the EQC nameplate to refer to it to be the Mercedes C-Class electric.

2025 Mercedes C-Class Electric Redesign

Mercedes-Benz launched its “One-bow” design in the year 2021. Tto he name refers the roofline of the car which resembles the archer’s bow. The bow is accentuated through the door frames as well as the high beltline. The window’s surround is decorated with polished chrome. This makes the single bow line the main focal feature of the car. Steffen Kohl Mercedes-Benz Director of Advanced Exterior design was quoted in an event for media on the month of March 2021 in 2021 that EQS “carries the future of Mercedes-Benz,” according to The Detroit Bureau’s study.


At the time that Mercedes Vision EQXX was revealed in January 2022, Mercedes-Benz Group also gave the first look at the electric-only MMA platform. Mercedes declared that the idea vehicle’s features would be added to production models. This was confirmed by a Mercedes spokesperson in a conversation with Move Electric. The CTO Markus Schafer stated that the production version will be among the most effective EVs in the world. Gorden Wagener, the Chief Designer at Mercedes-Benz stated that the vision EQXX was one notch lower than the EQE, which means that the idea will result in the production of Mercedes C-Class electric.

Next-gen Batteries

Mercedes-Benz could standardize its battery systems throughout its portfolio including cell size and chemistry as the sole distinguishing factors. It is possible that the Mercedes C-Class electric may benefit from this strategy like VW’s Unified Cell strategy. Mercedes-Benz engineers are working to increase the energy density of their batteries from 550 Wh/l up to 990 Wh/l through the use of a carbon-silicon composite in the anode. The energy density of 550 Wh/l currently has a storage capacity of 111kWh the Mercedes-Benz EQS.

Mercedes-Benz has confirmed it is developing next-generation batteries with rates of energy efficiency of up to 800 Wh/l on a cell level by 2024. The company is planning to sell these batteries in conjunction with the G-Class electric (Mercedes EQG) at first. The company will procure the batteries through California’s Sila Nanotechnologies, which will fabricate them using 100 100% renewable energy from Washington. We don’t anticipate them to be part of the C-Class electric range, at the very least, not at first however they are a sign of the efficiency levels the company is aiming for. It is possible that the Mercedes EQC sedan could also be equipped with LFP batteries for a lower price and more reliable supply. The advantages of LFP technology are greater than the drawbacks of having a lower range in comparison to NMC technology for lower segment models. This is the reason Tesla utilizes LFP technology on Model 3 today. Model 3 today.


The EQC Sedan might include solar roofs, similar to what we have seen at the time on the Vision EQXX. Schafer claimed it was possible that “customers will probably have the choice in the future to opt for solar roofs,” according to an Autoblog report. The Vision EQXX has a solar roof relieving the battery’s burden by giving an up to 16-mile additional range. This technology could be further improved in the middle of the decade to a level where additional range could be added by making use of the sun’s energy. The C-Class electric is likely to have an all-source heat source similar to one seen by Mercedes in its Vision EQXX. The heat pump is able to recover heat that is lost from the drivetrain. Additionally, it features an additional heat exchanger (not present in earlier Mercedes-Benz heaters) that pulls heat from the air around. This external exchanger boosts the operating temperature and also helps to heat the cabin fast. This new model of heat pump will utilize every little bit of heat.

It is expected that the MBUX Hyperscreen, which is the most significant interior feature of Mercedes-Benz models, could be an option in the EQC Sedan. The EQE features the 12.3-inch touchscreen instrument panel and it has a 17.7-inch OLED touch-operated central display and a 12.3-inch OLED touch-operated front passenger display. It is expected that the “Hey Mercedes” voice assistant will probably perform better. It could come with an upgraded version that is much more capable of dialog and learning, and also is more human-like. It might even speak more languages than in the C-Class. C-Class version, which offered the voice command in German, Chinese, American English as well as British English initially.

Plug & Charge

It is expected that the C-Class Electric would feature the brand new ‘Mercedes me charge’ Plug & Charge feature. At charging stations in public that support Plug & Charge, including Electrify America points, customers could quickly start charging their electric vehicle without having to input any manual inputs to verify their identity. In fact, the car and charger will communicate directly through cables for charging. In addition, the payment could be made automatically using the pre-set payment mode.


The EQC Sedan could get lots of improvements and new features throughout its lifetime thanks to updates that are pushed out through the air. Moreover, customers will likely be able to enable features with permanent/time-limited activations or subscriptions anytime during the ownership, days, months, and even years after the car leaves the factory and reaches them.

2025 Mercedes C-Class Electric
2025 Mercedes C-Class Electric

Active Ambient Lighting

Another feature that is available included in the C-Class electric model is Active Ambient Lighting, which could visually assist in identifying warnings from the car’s driver assistance systems by providing feedback in color. The new mood lighting system could provide colors even while controlling an air conditioning system “Hey Mercedes,” and the Energizing Comfort programs.

Digital Light headlights

The C-Class electric could come with Digital Light ha eadlights with projection function. The headlightto s will be able project additional warning or markings across the roads with HD quality, which makes the car even more secure.

Air suspension and steering with rear-axle

This EQC Sedan would come with rear-axle steering as an alternative. Rear-axle steering that has an direction that is 2.5 degrees is an option on the ICE C-Class Sedan. It narrows the turning circle by 43 cm , bringing it down to 10.64 meters. Air suspension on the rear might be included as a standard feature.

Bi-directional charging

Bi-directional charging has begun becoming a common option for electric vehicles The push for this is mainly coming directly from Hyundai Motor’s Hyundai, Kia, and Genesis brands. BMW Group and Volkswagen Group are also working on implementing this technology into their electric vehicles which is why there’s no reason Mercedes-Benz Group would stay behind and in the form of a car with this importance worldwide. Bi-directional charging can enable charging of other pluggable electric vehicles (PHEVs as well as BEVs) as well as powering other equipment such as electrical appliances and power tools as well as returningthe  power back to grid. The features offered may differ according to the current market.

Mercedes EQC Sedan rivals

It is the Tesla Model 3 is already the most popular choice for people who want a high-end electric vehicle within segment D. The future European D-segment competitors to those of the Mercedes C-Class electric include the Neue Klasse-based BMW i3 and the Audi A4 e-tron (Audi E4).

2025 Mercedes C-Class Electric Review
2025 Mercedes C-Class Electric Review

2025 Mercedes C-Class Electric Release Date & Price

It is believed that the Mercedes C-Class Electric would compete with Polestar 2, Tesla Model 3, BMW 3 Series electric as well as Audi A4 e-Tron.  It is expected to launch the Mercedes C-Class electric is expected to be launched in the first quarter of 2025. Expect the C-Class’s top-of-the-line EV to offer 350-300 miles distance (EPA). Prices should begin at approximately USD 55,000.