During the launch of the Mercedes-Benz GLA on Wednesday, the company also teased the upcoming production version of the electric EQA concept.
Back in 2017, Mercedes-Benz revealed the all-electric EQA concept car and Wednesday, during the digital world premiere of the GLA SUV, the company teased the production version of the model for the first time.
Based on the teaser image, the vehicle is going to be a crossover SUV instead of a hatchback like the concept. In fact, based on the profile view of the camouflaged car in the image, this EQA will share a handful of design characteristics with the just revealed GLA. According to Daimler CEO Ola Källenius, "It's definitely a love child" of the GLA and EQA concept.
The EQA unveiled two years ago could get up to 250 miles of range on a single charge depending on which battery it was outfitted with. Batteries with varying ranges and performance levels -- and therefore EQAs with varying prices -- with likely be available at launch.
With this model slated to go into production in 2020, it will probably be revealed sometime within the upcoming months.