In 2017, Mercedes-Benz unveiled a compact hatchback, the EQA concept car, at the Frankfurt Motor Show, according tomedia. At the time, the car provided 400 kilometers of range through a battery pack of up to 60 kWh, with a dual engine with an output of more than 268 horsepower, four-wheel drive and a 100-kilometer acceleration time of no more than 5 seconds.
In addition, Mayben said, the car’s DC charging can add 100 kilometers in 10 minutes of range.
Last year, however, Mayben announced a change in its EQA positioning to turn it into a hot crossover. Since then, people have seen the prototype of the repositioned car. Now you can get a better understanding of EQA, because there are two prototypes that have little camouflage coverage for testing on German roads:
In 2018, Daimler will invest about $600 million in the production of the new compact electric vehicle EQA at its plant in France.
Mr Mayben has previously said the Mass Production version of the EQA will be released in 2020 and will be delivered to consumers shortly, but it is unclear whether the plans will be affected by the global pandemic. But the carmaker has said it will continue to transition to electric cars, despite the financial pressures on them by the pandemic.