Mercedes-Benz spoke about six new electric vehiclesOctober 6, 2020
Mercedes-Benz has announced the expansion of its electric lineup.
Also, representatives of the company announced the release of six new cars in the coming years. We are talking about the EQS liftback and its cross-version, as well as the EQA and EQB compacts. According to the manufacturer, the first to enter the market is the EQA, the electric version of the GLA. The assembly of this model will begin before the end of this year. Note that the premiere of the crossover was scheduled for the III quarter, however, due to the pandemic, the market debut had to be slightly shifted. The EQA will be followed by the EQB, with both SUVs being built on an electrified version of the MFA2 front-wheel drive platform.
In addition, the EQS liftback and subsequent innovations will receive the new electrified MEA platform. The architecture of this platform makes it possible to achieve great variability, in this regard, from a set of standardized modules and individual components, you can assemble a base with different wheelbases, as well as track and traction battery. As for the power plant, there is no information about this yet.
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