These days, Mercedes-Benz is shouting about the brand new GLA and its electric equivalent expected in the form of the EQA. But this is not all! We received more news from espionage photographers, because another new electric Benz is making its first test kilometers in the snow.
The Mercedes EQB electric SUV was caught for the first time on camera in a dense snowy landscape. Just like the EQA, it promises to be based on a regular model when it comes to design, unlike the first electric Mercedes-Benz, the EQC.
The EQC was dressed from head to toe in its own jacket, but this new Mercedes EQB is a twin brother of the previously presented GLB. Just like the EQA, the EQB will be provided with different characteristics for an electric car, like the wheels that get dense rims or the nose with probably no open grille.
Furthermore, compared to the GLB Mercedes will in all likelihood use different blue details and other features, such as the headlights which may differ slightly from the original.
Specifications have not yet been announced, but are counting on a battery pack of around 60 kWh, enough for a range of about 400 kilometers.