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With the EQB, the Mercedes-EQ lineup welcomes an all-electric compact SUV that seats up to seven. It’s efficient, versatile, and accessible — the kind of vehicle you turn to when you’ve got plenty going on.
The EQB delivers robust power, with an excess of 288 (215kW) horsepower in the 350 model. Even more impressive, however, is the way it manages that power. Using Navigation with Electric Intelligence, the EQB monitors navigation data, traffic signals and information from vehicle sensors to conserve and recuperate energy wherever it can. It’s also meticulous when it comes to managing journey times, factoring charging stations, charging duration, weather, topography and even your personal driving style into its estimates.
Outside, the EQB’s black panel grille and continuous light strip at front and rear signal its membership in the EQ family, even as its distinctive, sculpted form carves out a place entirely its own. With a low drag coefficient, that form is more than merely aesthetic: It’s design in the service of performance.
The EQB charges at home through standard AC power, either using a household socket or a Mercedes-Benz Wallbox. For a quick charge on the go, DC fast charging stations allow the EQB to go from 10% to 80% power in as little as 30 minutes. And with access to the world’s largest charging network through Mercedes me Charge.
|EQB 300 4MATIC®||EQB 350 4MATIC®|
|Drive System Layout||All-Wheel Drive|
|E-Machines Front/Rear Axle||Type||Asynchronous motor (ASM) / Permanently excited synchronous motor (PSM)|
|Battery capacity, usable (NEDC)||kWh||66.5|
|Combined consumption (NEDC)||kWh / 100 km||16.2||16.2|
|AC Charging Time||h||5:45||5:45|
|DC Charging Time
at quick-charging station
1. Electronically limited 2. The charging times are for a 10-100% full charge at a wallbox or public charging station (AC connection with at least 11 kW, 16A per phase) 3. The charging times are for 10-80% full charge at a DC rapid charging station with a supply coltage of 400 V, current at least 300 A.
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