The German automaker Mercedes has lately thought of climbing up the ladder of producing electric vehicles and with its comprehensive EQB that works nearly on the boots of the GLB-Class and the rather EQ subbrand is filling up rapidly.
It is an all-electric vehicle that motivates from its horsepower that is a somewhat 221 and a driving range that swings between 200 and 250 miles and hopeful are the chances of the company giving a dual-motor offering.
Immensely identical to that of the GLB Class SUV the rather EQB is more on wide spaces and upscale interior materials, there also happens to be a third-row seating but that appears to be a little snug and adults might not find that to be comfortable.
Power Digest, Engine Diet
The EQA model of Mercedes happens to be sharing the engine skins with that of the EQB, and both the variants are said to be sharing with the gasoline-powered GLB and GLA class SUV vehicles.
The entry-level EQB250 comes with a somewhat power diet of 221 horsepower and comes also with a front-wheel drive. An all-wheel drive is also available as an optional thing and a more powerful EQB350 variant can also be made as available at later times.
The driving expression and road manners of the vehicle would soon be tested and the upcoming updates are deemed to be falling soon.
Driving Range, Battery Nutrition
Underneath the floor bed of the Mercedes Benz EQB lies a battery pack of 66.5 kWh, but Mercedes has plans to choose a more powerful battery pack for the boxier version of the Mercedes subcompact SUV of an Electric sort.
To get near to the auras of the Tesla Model Y and Audi E-Tron the rather driving range is kept near to 200 miles and that being said the rather Mercedes Benz EQb is more of a powerful offering ahead of the said rivals.
Impressions Of Infotainment
The newest MBUX infotainment is the thing adorned in the very middle of the Mercedes Benz EQB, which offers also the features like voice command, steering wheel controls, a voice command system, an overly excited voice assistant catering to you with the ‘Merce Needs’.
The navigation system of the Mercedes EQB is more of a map it lends itself to the driver and delivers the updated information regarding the EV stations nearby.
Driver Assisted Controls, Safety Considerations
Mercedes has promised to offer some of the best driver assistance features along with some standard piece of equipment and the NHTSA and IIHS stories can always be captured from their dedicated websites, until then look onto these features that you would be getting,
- Lane-keeping assist
- Lane departure warning
- Pedestrian detection
- The automated emergency braking system
- Semi-autonomous driving mode
- An adaptive cruise control system