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The Mercedes-Benz EQA is Mercedes’s new entry-level model in the all-electric market. The design’s electro-aesthetics are representative of the Mercedes-EQ brand’s Progressive Luxury.
Mercedes-Benz EQA Price in India
|Price in India||Rs. 60 Lakhs ( Expected Ex-showroom price)|
The Mercedes-Benz EQA is likely to arrive in India in early 2022, with a price tag of around 60 lakhs, competing with the Tesla Model 3 and the Volvo XC40 Recharge.
|Charging Time||6 Hours|
Mercedes-Benz offers a 66.5kWh battery pack with a claimed WLTP range of 426km in the international-spec EQA. It has a single 190PS and 375Nm electric motor that drives the front wheels.
CCS (Combined Charging System) connector is included as standard on the electric SUV. EQA’s electric powertrain can be charged at up to 100kW using DC fast charging, which takes just 30 minutes to charge from 10% to 80%. AC charging, on the other hand, would take at least 6 hours to charge from 10% to 100% when using a Mercedes wall box or conventional charging stations.
LED headlamps, a dual-screen configuration with up to 10.25-inch monitors, blue highlights for ambient lighting, and the MBUX infotainment system with the digital assistant are all standard features.
Smart Features like Active Distance Assist, Active Steer Assist, Evasive Steering Assist, and Active Blindspot Monitoring are all available on the Mercedes-Benz EQA.
Mercedes-Benz EQA Concept
Mercedes-signature EQ’s black panel radiator grille with a center star may be found on the EQA. The continuous light bar at the front and rear of the Mercedes-EQ automobile is another distinctive design aspect of the fully electric world.
A horizontal fiber-optic stripe connects to the daytime running lights of the full-LED headlamps, ensuring exceptional visibility both in daylight and at night.
The headlamps’ interiors are finished to a high standard of quality, detail, and precision. The headlamp’s blue color highlights add to the Mercedes-trademark EQ’s look. Menus relating to charging options, electricity usage, and energy flow can be accessed via the Mercedes-EQ tile on the media display.
Instead of a rev counter, the right-hand display in the instrument cluster is a wattmeter. The upper section shows the percentage of power consumed, while the lower section shows the amount of energy recovered. The left-hand instrument can be used to determine if the destination can be reached without a recharge break in between.
Colors change depending on driving conditions: for example, during the boosting process, the display turns white. The user can choose from four different styles depending on his mood or interior.
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