The EQB will be officially presented on April 18 during the ‘Mercedes-EQ Night’ event, alongside the EQS luxury electric sedan that will celebrate its Asian premiere.
Mercedes-EQ is consistently expanding its range across all segments: the two latest models complement the already available portfolio of the compact EQA, the EQV van and the mid-size EQC SUV now to five all‑electric passenger cars and vans.
Merrcedes-Benz says the EQB will set a new standard in the electric compact class with its flexible space. It offers room for up to seven passengers or a maximum of 1,700 litres of luggage.
After the market launch in China, the European version of the EQB will follow later this year and will also be available on the U.S. market in 2022.