Mercedes-Benz recently previewed the new, electric version of the Mercedes-Benz A-Class, dubbed the Concept EQA in motion and we can’t help but be in complete awe.
Slated for debut by 2020, it doesn’t take much to notice the similarities between the Concept EQA and the recently unveiled A-Class hatchback – with slim, angular headlamps and the signature compact silhouette.
It’s been widely reported that Mercedes-Benz would be launching the EQC, an electric compact crossover next year with an EQS on the way; the S-Class equivalent from Mercedes-Benz’s latest EQ electric vehicle sub-brand.
At least 10 new EQ electric vehicles are expected to be premiered by 2025, with the first model based on the Concept EQ leading the charge. They will be part of the 50 electrified vehicles (including plug-in hybrids, fuel cell vehicles and vehicles with 48-volt electrical systems) planned for release in the new decade.
In this highly impressionable society, flair and extravagance is everything. If that’s what an electric Mercedes-Benz will look like, sign us all up for that future! Just make sure they come with some perceivable “fake noises” please.