A Star among the Stars that shines in the world of electrification by Mercedes Benz.
After the EQC and the EQV minivan, the Stuttgart brand lifts the veil on another full electric model, EQA, a zero-emission 'twin' car of the GLA thermal
Look at the photos
Look at the photos
Mercedes EQA, the compact electric SUV of the Star
As part of the Electric First strategy with which the premium brand has established the timeline for the launches of new electrified models with the aim of being able to reach a 50% share of vehicles sold by 2030, including full electric and hybrid.
With EQA, Mercedes presents a new gateway to the full electric EQ, all in full suv style, the bodywork preferred by Stella customers in Italy (4 out of ten sold are SUVs).
'' 'With EQA, we offer electric mobility tailored to the needs of our customers.
The EQA models will offer power between 140 and 200 kW and will be available with front and all-wheel drive.
And for those who consider the aspect of autonomy to be essential, in the future we will offer a particular version capable of covering over 500 kilometers in the WLTP cycle - said Markus Schäfer, member of the Board of Directors of Daimler AG and Mercedes-Benz AG, head of the Research Division of the Daimler Group and Chief Operating Officer of Mercedes-Benz Cars -.
EQA demonstrates that, with the right architecture, it is possible to find a perfect balance between performance, technology and price timing in its commercialization. ''
Produced in Rastatt (Germany) and Beijing (China), EQA will be available in dealerships from spring 2021, at launch in the EQA 250 version for € 41,139 in the Sport, Sport Plus, Sport Pro, Premium, Premium Plus, Premium Pro
'flexible architecture of Mercedes Benz (such as EQC and EQB, while for EQS and EQE the Eva platform is also foreseen in the suv version), the debut version boasts a combined power consumption of 15.7 kWh / 100 km with zero emissions with a power of 140 kW (190 hp) and a range in the NEDC cycle of 486 kilometers (in the WLTP cycle the average consumption is 17.7 kWh / 100 km with zero emissions with a total electric range of 426 km).
The two-level lithium-ion battery is positioned as a structural element in the car's underbody and has an energy content of 66.5 kWh.
The aesthetics strongly refer to electric drive with the Black Panel grille with central star typical of Mercedes-EQ and the front and rear light strip.
Inside, the lights are organized in a detailed and precise manner.
A 'modern luxury' in its sportiest form, in short, which does not renounce excellent aerodynamic resistance.
The active anti-skid system and the active brake assist system are standard on board, completing a package full of safety features.
There are also extended functions of the driver assistance systems package, on request, such as, for example, the turning assistance function, the emergency corridor function, the side impact prevention system in the presence of cyclists or approaching vehicles and the warning that warns people on pedestrian crossings.
The standard equipment also includes the intuitive MBUX (Mercedes-Benz User Experience) infotainment system, the configuration of which can be customized with various options.
The rich standard equipment includes, among other things, High Performance LED headlights, Easy-Pack tailgate with electric drive for opening and closing, 18-inch light alloy wheels, 64-color mood lighting, cup holder double, Comfort seats with lumbar support adjustable on four levels, reversing camera for better visibility when maneuvering and multifunction sports leather steering wheel.
A towing device with ESP trailer stabilization is available on request.