The first time we saw the concept of Mercedes EQV MPV was at the Geneva Motor site in 2019. The final production vehicle is powered by an electric motor with a power of 150kW (204 PS/201 hp), 362 Nm (267lb-ft) torque and energy recovery technology. Moving in a straight path, the electric MPV catches a final 160 km/h, according to the automobile industry.
In Mercedes-Benz EQV The lithium-ion battery is placed in the space under the floor so as not to affect the handling or the internal space. In addition, with a capacity of 90 kWh it provides 405 km of autonomy. The electric MPV has an 11kW and 110kW charging with which it restores to 45 minutes from 10% to 80% of the battery.
Visually, the new Mercedes EQV MPV looks almost identical to the concept we saw at the Geneva Motor show, with inclined headlights that frame the large grille with horizontal grates. The front and rear bumpers have changed and the 18-inch wheels are less colourful.
The interior of the EQV is more practical than that of the concept, with the car industry remodeling the space under the center console and moving the front armrests further back. The MBUX entertainment system with a 10-inch display provides access to various features and supports voice control.
Those interested in acquiring their own electric MPV should choose between two different lengths of MPV: 5.140 mm and 5.370 mm with 3.200 mm or 3.430 mm wheelbase, respectively. In addition, the interior is adaptable and supports the installation of individual or single rear seats, providing space for up to 9 passengers.