Images appeared on the web of electric Mercedes-Benz EQAMay 7, 2020
The novelty is increasingly falling into the lenses of cameras of spyware, which indicates the imminent exit to the final stage of improvements.
Daimler is getting closer to the official premiere of the all-electric EQA model. After another batch of spy shots, reputable designers showed on renderings how the new product can look without camouflage. Images were posted online Thursday, May 7th. The novelty adopted many elements of the exterior from the “older” Mercedes-Benz EQC – mainly we are talking about thin headlights with LED filling, a “dull” grille, as well as specially designed bumpers that positively affect aerodynamics.
If we compare the new product with the prototype, presented back in 2017, then the transformation of the car is clearly visible. This mainly concerns the dimensions – from the hatchback he switched to the class of compact crossovers. This solution has obvious pros and cons. Of the positive, we note the possibility of installing more capacious batteries, and as a result, an increased power reserve. Of the negative sides, it is necessary to say about the price, which will be shifted upward.
It is noteworthy that the new Mercedes-Benz EQA was developed on a platform from the A-class hatchback and the GLA compact cross-country with classic ICEs. This platform has some flexibility, and after completion it was possible to introduce electric motors into it.
Mercedes plans to offer its customers various power options – according to preliminary data, the most productive version will have a return of 268 hp. Such a motor will allow the car to dial the first 100 kph in just 5 seconds. It is expected that the Mercedes-Benz EQA will be presented at the very beginning of 2021. Note that Audi and BMW do not yet have electric cars in this segment, so the Tesla Model Y will become the only competitor for the new product.
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