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The all-electric Mercedes-Benz EQB. Electromobility in a family package

Distinctive design, effortless flexibility. The fifth member of the Mercedes-EQ family has been revealed to the world. Say hello to the new EQB. Our second compact-based member of the EQ range, the new EQB is the first fully electric 7-seater that we will bring to market. 

Based on the GLB compact SUV, the EQB retains the distinctive, unique character of one of our favourite SUVs. Tall, steeply raked glass surfaces along with bold, boxy proportions make this model something that is guaranteed to draw eyes. 

On the nose, the black panel radiator grille houses the three pointed star, sitting underneath one of the car’s two full-width light bars. The front end design has been aerodynamically optimised in order to improve efficiency and therefore driving range. All four corners receive aerodynamically optimised wheels which help to reduce turbulence as they turn. The number plate is located on the bumper and is flanked by diffuser strakes, again helping to improve airflow underneath the car.





Below the floor sits the high capacity battery. Encased in a protective casing, the battery is a key structural component of the new EQB. As with any model carrying the three-pointed star, it must meet and exceed the highest safety standards. 

Battery capacities will start at 66.5 kWh, with a longer range variant planned. Front wheel drive and 4MATIC all-wheel drive models will be offered. The EQB 350 4MATIC at launch can offer a range of up to 260 miles[1] WLTP. 

Above the battery is the spacious cabin. Three rows of seats offer almost unlimited flexibility whether the car needs to be fully loaded with items or luggage. EQB will offer four ISOFIX anchor points for child seats with the third row suitable for occupants up to 165 cm or 5’5” tall.  

Navigation with Electric Intelligence takes the stress out of route planning. The EQB will automatically plan in charging stops if required; if your route is longer than your range, EQB will direct you to the fastest charging stations available. To top up the batteries from 10-80% will take as little as 30 minutes on a DC rapid charger. 

EQB promises to bring distinctive style and huge practicality to the compact class when it arrives later this year. Make sure to sign up for updates to receive the latest information as soon as we get it! 





[1] The indicated values were determined according to the prescribed measurement method – Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP). Figures shown may include options which are not available in the UK. For Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) figures determined with battery fully charged. These models require mains electricity for charging.



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