Mercedes-Benz Concept EQT Introducing – Electric MPV concept car

Mercedes-Benz has just introducing a new concept car called EQT, an electric version of the T-Class. The car is expected to fall below the segment of the EQV, which was launched in 2019.

In terms of design, the appearance of the EQT is inherited from many other “brothers” such as the Vision EQS, including a small glowing Mercedes-Benz logo, a closed grille that is blocked on both sides by thin LED headlights and an LED strip. long running bottom.

The two sides of the body of this MPV are embossed, muscular with 21-inch alloy wheels, large glass doors, combined with sliding doors to make it easier to move in and out of the car. At the rear, there are two impressive large taillights located vertically embracing a large angle and are connected via LED strip showing the width. In terms of dimensions, the EQT concept has a length x width x height of 4,945 x 1,863 x 1,826 mm, respectively.

Inside the cabin, EQT is equipped with a new MBUX system with a different interface. Most functions can be accessed via the standalone touchscreen in the center of the instrument panel or the touch controls on the steering wheel, and optionally a virtual assistant with the command “Hey Mercedes”.

In addition, the car is also integrated with many convenient services such as: Mercedes me connect connection, navigation for electric vehicles, screen showing charging current, departure time, consumption chart.

The two sides of the touch screen are circular air vents and quick access control buttons are located below. The advanced center console has climate control buttons and gear levers.

The second row of seats can be equipped with individual seats or benches with 3 seats. This MPV also has a third row of seats that can be folded down or removed completely for more storage space. The EQT interior features luxurious details such as Nappa leather seats, decorative trim, ambient interior lighting and a panoramic sunroof.

Mercedes-Benz has confirmed that the EQT will only officially go on sale after the regular T-Class launches in 2022. Both models along with the Citan will be based on the third-generation Renault Kangoo under a partnership agreement signed by Mercedes-Benz. previously signed between two German and French automakers

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