Mercedes combines luxury and true off-road capability with an upgraded version of the all-electric EQC that's ready for the road less traveled. The EQC 4x4² is twice as high as the standard production EQC and has a fording depth of over 15 inches. It also features an approach angle of 31.8 degrees, a departure angle of 33 degrees, and a breakover angle of 24.2 degrees. It also features multi-link portal axles, reprogrammed off-road driving modes, black wheel arch flares, and a more rugged set of tires and wheels.
Lexus turns the GX into an off-roading trail machine
The SUV shows off its rugged side.