Mercedes-Benz EQC according to Hofele Design

Car adjuster Hofele Design intended to show the general public not one, not two, but six refurbished Mercedes-Benz models at the Geneva Motor Show. Due to the cancellation of the Swiss car fair, the company is now forced to launch its cars digitally one by one. The first newcomer is this luxuriously decorated Mercedes-Benz EQC.

Hofele Design is a German car adjuster who knows nothing about tuner creations packed with aggressive spoiler work, pressed against the tarmac and loaded with turbos. The company prefers to give existing models a luxurious appearance, something that is well reflected in this particularly executed Mercedes-Benz EQC.

The silver-gray EQC from Hofele Design is equipped with the AMG exterior package from Mercedes-Benz, which means, among other things, that it is equipped with the sportier-looking AMG bumpers. The front bumper is equipped with extra glossy black decorative strips. The car adjuster gives the EQC a new grille with vertical bars instead of horizontal slats and replaces the Mercedes star in the grille with its own logo. The large alloy wheels are also striking, the design of which is inspired by the blades of a turbine. Mercedes-Benz previously mounted similar wheels under the Maybach Vision Ultimate Luxury.

The interior is packed with striking red-colored leather that can be found not only in the seats, but also in the door panels, on the steering wheel and in the middle tunnel. The top of the door panels and parts of the steering wheel and the dashboard are finished with black Alcantara. No mention is made of motor adjustments and that seems to mean that this EQC has a set of more than 400 hp strong electric motors that help the electric SUV reach a speed of 100 km / h in about 5 seconds. The battery pack has a capacity of 80 kWh, good for a range of 417 kilometers determined according to the WLTP method.

Incidentally, Hofele Design is not the only one who wanted to show an overhauled EQC to the general public at the Geneva salon. The German tuner Brabus already showed a modified version of Mercedes’ SUV before.

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