At the Daimler Munich Motor Show, Mercedes-Benz has demonstrated one of the new products – the global EQB, which has already debuted in China in the spring. The battery modification, which is being prepared for appearance in Europe and the United States, will be available with a twin-engine installation, four-wheel drive and a 66.5 kilowatt-hour battery. The car’s energy efficiency, according to the automaker, is enough to drive 419 km on a single charge.
The new EQB crossover has received major changes compared to the petrol model. The signature EQ grille with a glossy black panel is complemented by a different body kit, updated daytime running lights, and special aerodynamic 20-inch wheels. An LED brake light has been added to the rear of the vehicle.
The spacious interior makes the crossover stand out from its competitors. The electric EQB is available in 5 and 7-seater versions. Moreover, the third row of seats in an elongated modification will comfortably accommodate not only children, but also adults with a height of about 165 cm.
The backrests of the second row seats have several positions available for adjustment. Optionally, the seats can be adjusted forward and backward with a working range of 14 cm. The trunk of the crossover holds from 495 to 1710 or from 465 to 1620 liters, depending on the setting of the seat position.
The electric crossover received a saloon similar to the GLB. It features a 10.3-inch digital instrument cluster with enhanced MBUX interface, and the interior is complemented by rose gold-tone décor.
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The global Mercedes-Benz EQB will be available in several modifications with indexes 300 and 350. Both versions are twin-engine: in the first case, the electric motors develop a total of 228 hp, in the second – 292 hp. The EQB 300 accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in 8 seconds, the EQB 350 covers the same distance in 6.2 seconds. The maximum speed is electronically limited to 160 km / h.