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Mercedes Benz EQB Electric SUV spied in India

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We had detailed in July that Mercedes-Benz will launch the EQB 7-seat EV SUV in the Indian market towards the finish of 2022. Presently, a spy image of the electric SUV has surfaced, indicating that it will be sent off here soon. The EQB will be Mercedes’ third electric vehicle in India, after the EQC SUV and the recently launched EQS sedan. In view of the ICE-controlled GLB, it will likewise be the first 7-seater EV in India.

Since it depends on the GLB, the EQB holds the basic design of its ICE partner. Nonetheless, there are a couple of components that make it stick out. It gets EV-explicit subtleties like a blanked-off front grille, alongside a different headlight design. In accordance with Mercedes’ other EQ models, the electric SUV gets a full-width LED light bar.

In interior as well, with the exception of a sprinkle of gold paint on the turbine-like vents. The EQB’s interior seems to be indistinguishable from the GLB, which thus appears to be like the GLA that is right now on sale here.

Globally, the EQB comes in two variants with various power yields – the EQB 300 that makes 228hp and the EQB 350 that makes a better 292hp. The two variants utilize a 66.5kWh battery that offers a similar guaranteed scope of up to 419km (WLTP). Mercedes-Benz is yet to uncover which of the two variants we will get in India. To hold costs within proper limits, Mercedes-Benz is probably going to decide on the lower powered EQB 300.

Mercedes-Benz India is gearing up to launch EQB by December 2022 and it will probably come in as a full import. With an expected sticker price of Rs 80 lakh, it will be considerably less expensive than the EQC (Rs 99.5 lakh) however is a lot more costly than the Volvo XC40 Recharge (Rs 55.90 lakh).

The carmaker will likewise get the GLB to India early December. As a full import, the GLB will probably be estimated in the locale of Rs 65 lakh-70 lakh.

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