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The compact utility offers seating for up to seven people and is targeted at families who want a greener alternative to the GLB combustion engine model on which it's based. The EQB's driving range is 478 km (260 miles) under Europe's WLTP testing regime. The crossover will have front-wheel and all-wheel drive options and power output of up 288 hp. The EQB is positioned between the EQA and EQC in Mercedes' expanding range of full-electric vehicles. It will be a rival to models such as the Audi Q4 e-tron and VW ID4. Neither of those competitors offers seating for seven.
The EQB will go on sale in China and Europe in 2021 and in the U.S. in 2022, Daimler said. It will be built in Beijing for China and Kecskemet, Hungary, for other markets.
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