Mercedes-Benz brings a breath of fresh air to the compact car segment with a new electric vehicle
Mercedes-Benz Concept EQT. This 7-seater electric concept car will provide users with a smooth and comfortable car with double sliding doors,
Panoramic sunroof and all-electric EQ from Mercedes-Benz
Mercedes-Benz says the upcoming EV is more than just a prototype for the upcoming small electric MPV.
but also a first look at its new T-Class lineup, which will be similar to the V-Class but smaller, upscale yet still versatile with 7 seats.
The Mercedes-Benz T-Class will enter the Mercedes-Benz minivan segment and will continue to be produced in partnership with the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance.
With a length of 4,950mm, the Mercedes-Benz EQT is much longer than the current generation Citan (only 4,710mm).
At this size, the EQT is the length of a midsize MPV, even slightly better than the Volkswagen Multivan 6.1 with a standard length of 4,900mm.
Mercedes designers took advantage of the added length to give the EQT a longer hood with a lower clawed windshield to give it a stylish look and shape the EQT as a high-end MPV
The new T-Class lineup will certainly have a fresh look, but the Mercedes-Benz EQT still shares its look with the models in the Mercedes-Benz EQ electric vehicle segment, with a large grille area black with a three-pointed star.
The LED headlights are connected together by a long strip from left to right, like a clear outline in the area of the radiator grille.
The taillights also feature an LED strip design, but are offset downward in combination with the direction indicators to create a completely new look for the car.
Thanks to the new design, even the most demanding fathers will feel comfortable getting their daughter out of the car while driving this special minivan.
The new electric vehicle from Mercedes-Benz has successfully brought a more premium look to its compact van.
One interesting detail about this particular electric vehicle: Mercedes has fitted the EQT with an electric instrument panel that is neatly positioned at the rear of the vehicle.
This panel is quite sleek, made of aluminum and has a star pattern.
Mercedes-Benz has yet to provide any details on the specific equipment or functionality of this dashboard, which is unsurprising that the current EQT is just a concept car.
EQT 7-seater interior includes a 3-seater second bench designed to hold all 3 child seats.
The two seats in the third row are easily removable, accessible through both left and right sliding doors.
The panoramic sunroof is designed in a jar shape, with laser engraved star motifs, making the interior of the car full of light and elegance.
Mercedes-Benz has not forgotten to equip this compact electric van with the acclaimed MBUX infotainment system, which can be operated via a central touchscreen, touch-sensitive buttons on the steering wheel and even a Hey Mercedes voice assistant.
The digital instrument cluster includes an infotainment screen and central control buttons in white nappa leather contrasting with the dominant gray on the rest of the dashboard, creating a distinctive accent for the vehicle interior.
Mercedes-Benz has used the EQT as an official “pre-production” version of the new T-Class with the ICE engine system,
it is slated to make its debut in 2022, following the launch of the next-generation Citan commercial van, with the option of an all-electric motor.
Mercedes-Benz EQT will be the model to appear later
We’ll wait and see what the official commercial version of the Mercedes-Benz EQT will look and look like.
But this concept has also given fans of the three-pointed star brand a comprehensive look at this model
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