Mercedes is working hard on its upcoming vehicles and is making the best of this spare time due to the current pandemic situations. And especially on its electric lineup for 2021.
Earlier we spotted Merc testings it’s EQS in Germany, now its the German automaker’s EQA in lesser hidings running the test for perfection. The latest state of camouflage on the EQA does away with the foil on most of the exterior, save for the front end from the leading edges of the front wheel arches forwards, and on the rear end from the rear wheel arches rearwards.
The vehicle closely resembles the internal combustion H247 GLA. EQA’s similarities with this model can be seen in the glasshouse, doors, and wheel arches. The things that differentiate both include new headlamps, a more aerodynamic front bumper that may draw styling cues from the larger EQC. While at the back, the rear license plate has been relocated downwards to the bumper, and new tail lamps will feature here as well, most likely a full-width unit like the one on the EQC.
The EQA’s specifications are yet suspense. But we do know that the Mercedes could be expected to have a range of more than 480 km. And slightly larger EQB could deliver more than 500 km of battery range.
The vehicle is set to debut later this year, but it all depends on the Coronavirus pandemic.