Concept EQA

Concept EQA

Concept EQA


Concept EQA
Concept EQA

Introduction


Concept EQA

Introduction


Concept EQA

Announced: October 2017

 

Feast your eyes on the Concept EQA, Mercedes-Benz’s first all-electric concept vehicle in the compact segment. It’s the latest step in our EQ electric vehicle initiative, with our aim to have more than 10 all-electric vehicles on the market by 2022.

 

Featuring two electric motors — one at the front axle and one at the rear — and a total output of over 200 kW, the Concept EQA delivers exceptional performance. Generating 500 Nm of torque, it can accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in around 5.0 seconds. It’s agile and responsive too, with electric all-wheel drive and a choice of drive modes, “Sport” and “Sport Plus”, which adjust driving characteristics to suit your tastes.

The selected drive mode is even reflected at the front of the car, where a sleek black panel with built-in LED matrix acts as a virtual radiator grille. In “Sport” mode it displays an animated flaming wing, while “Sport Plus” echoes the Panamericana grille seen on high-performance Mercedes-AMG models.

 

It’s one of the many striking design features that make the Concept EQA as dynamic to look at as it is to drive. Like other vehicles in the EQ lineup, it combines smooth, flowing surfaces with unique styling elements including spiral-shaped laser fibre headlamps, evoking the copper windings of an electric motor.

 

But it’s not just about looks and performance, the Concept EQA offers real-world practicality too. Charged via induction or wallbox, it has a range of around 250 miles depending on the battery capacity installed. Its rapid charging technology means a 10-minute top-up will give you enough power to travel a further 60 miles.

 

 

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*Images shown are a general indication of the model and therefore some features / equipment / colours may not be available in the UK or may not be to UK specification.