2021 Mercedes EQB EV Spotted: Like The GLB But With A New Face And No Emissions

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The arriving Mercedes EQB is set to turn a second electric SUV from a German automobile maker, following a bigger EQC.

If a overall figure of a electric EQB looks familiar, it’s since it shares a same physique with a GLB SUV, that additionally explains because many of a physique panels have been a same. We contend many though not all as a tiny electric SUV is set to get a own front as well as back fascias to heed itself from a ICE-powered cousins.

Also Read: Mercedes EQB EV Shows More Of Its GLB-Sourced Body

The front finish will get a set of redesigned headlamps, a blanked off grille as well as a singular fender design, whilst a back will additionally get latest taillights that will be continuous to any alternative around a skinny LED frame as well as a latest fender that will additionally horde a series plate.

Mercedes is approaching to suggest a preference in between 3 electric engine choices, starting with a bottom 150 kW (201 hp / 204 PS), a mid-level 200 kW (268 hp / 272 PS) as well as a range-topping 250 kW (335 hp / 340 PS). Base models will many approaching suggest front-wheel expostulate whilst a alternative dual variants will mix a span of electric motors to yield all-wheel drive.

The same relates for a lithium-ion battery container options, that will begin during 60kWh as well as strech all a approach up to 110kWh of capacity. The electric powetrain operation will be mirrored in a also arriving EQA compress hatchback.

Thanks to a model’s tall roofline, mounting a batteries inside of a floor isn’t approaching to sack most space in a cabin though you still don’t know if Mercedes will get to keep a GLB’s seven-seat option. The complicated dashboard is additionally approaching to sojourn mostly unchanged, featuring latest graphics as well as EV-related report from a infotainment system.

The new Mercedes EQB is approaching to strech a marketplace in 2021, following a entrance of a not as big EQA electric compact.

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