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A perfect complement to your new EQB.

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EQB

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Performance


Forces that can be measured.

Thanks to full torque from a standstill, the EQB is able to accelerate without hesitation, providing pure electric driving pleasure.

Performance


Forces that can be measured.

Thanks to full torque from a standstill, the EQB is able to accelerate without hesitation, providing pure electric driving pleasure.

All-electric range of up to [1]

257 miles

CO2 emissions [1]

0 g/km

Charge in approx. [2]

32 minutes

Electric powertrain


Compactly bundled electrical power.

The electric driving dynamics of the EQB are provided by two powerful motors: an asynchronous motor on the front axle and a permanent magnet synchronous motor on the rear axle. Together with the cooling system, the power electronics and the 1-speed transmission with fixed ratio including differential, they form a highly integrated, compact unit - the electric drivetrain (eATS).

Electric powertrain


Compactly bundled electrical power.

The electric driving dynamics of the EQB are provided by two powerful motors: an asynchronous motor on the front axle and a permanent magnet synchronous motor on the rear axle. Together with the cooling system, the power electronics and the 1-speed transmission with fixed ratio including differential, they form a highly integrated, compact unit - the electric drivetrain (eATS).

The image shows the electric drivetrain (eATS) of the EQB from Mercedes-EQ with an asynchronous motor.

The components of the electric drive train (eATS).

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Drive Lines

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Models

Battery


The core of the EQB.

The high-voltage lithium-ion battery is the central energy storage unit for the EQB's electric drive and provides a usable energy content of 66.5 kWh. It is accommodated in several modules in the vehicle floor in a space-saving manner and with a favourable centre of gravity. In addition, there is a protective shield in the front area that can protect the energy storage unit from the penetration of foreign bodies. Special guarantees such as the battery certificate with performance promise for up to eight years or up to 160,000 kilometres for the high-voltage battery ensure long driving pleasure.

Battery


The core of the EQB.

The high-voltage lithium-ion battery is the central energy storage unit for the EQB's electric drive and provides a usable energy content of 66.5 kWh. It is accommodated in several modules in the vehicle floor in a space-saving manner and with a favourable centre of gravity. In addition, there is a protective shield in the front area that can protect the energy storage unit from the penetration of foreign bodies. Special guarantees such as the battery certificate with performance promise for up to eight years or up to 160,000 kilometres for the high-voltage battery ensure long driving pleasure.

The image shows the individual components of the high-voltage lithium-ion battery of the new EQB from Mercedes-EQ.

66.5

kWh max. energy content

400

V maximum voltage

187.5

Ah nominal capacity

Worry-free electric motoring.

The image shows the new EQB from Mercedes-EQ.

Worry-free electric motoring.

Relaxed mobility is ensured by services and warranties that have been specially designed for the electric vehicles from Mercedes-EQ. For example, the battery certificate ensures a performance promise of up to eight years or up to 100,000 miles driven, guaranteeing long driving pleasure.

Intelligent Thermal Management


The efficient thermal management of the new EQB.

Intelligent Thermal Management


The efficient thermal management of the new EQB.

The image shows the components of the high-voltage lithium-ion battery in the new EQB from Mercedes-EQ.

With its sophisticated thermal management and heat pump, the EQB offers a high level of climate comfort: numerous innovative details such as the use of waste heat from the electric drive ensure high efficiency and a long range.

All-wheel drive


For better traction and even more driving pleasure.

Thanks to its powerful all-wheel drive, you will reach your destinations in the EQB - even in wet, snowy and icy conditions.

All-wheel drive


For better traction and even more driving pleasure.

Thanks to its powerful all-wheel drive, you will reach your destinations in the EQB - even in wet, snowy and icy conditions.

The image shows a graphical representation of an all-wheel drive.

The fully variable 4MATIC all-wheel drive ensures superior handling characteristics even on unpaved surfaces. The system improves traction and driving stability - for extra safety even in wet, snowy and icy conditions. Incidentally, 4MATIC is the technical basis for the EQB's dynamic handling and thus ensures even more driving pleasure.

[1] The indicated values were determined according to the prescribed measurement method – Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP). Figures shown may include options which are not available in the UK. Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) require mains electricity for charging, range figures determined with the battery fully charged. Figures shown are for comparability purposes; only compare with other cars tested to the same technical procedures. Figures may not reflect real life driving results, which will depend upon a number of factors including the starting charge of the battery, factory-fitted options, accessories fitted (post registration), variations in weather, driving styles and vehicle load. Further information about the test used to establish fuel consumption and CO2 figures can be found at www.mercedes-benz.co.uk/WLTP.

[2] Specified voltage and current values refer to network infrastructure and can be limited by the vehicle. Times are from 10–80% charge using public rapid charging at 100 kW. 

Some of the model features, optional extras and colours shown may not be available, or may only be available in a different specification, or at a different price.