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Mercedes-Benz EQB Compact Electric SUV Debuts At Auto Shanghai 2021

Mercedes-Benz will hold an EQ Night at Auto Shanghai 2021 were of its latest EVs will be on hand


  • The reveal event takes place on Sunday, April 18th.

  • The EQB will be available in North America in 2022, unlike the EQC.


The COVID-19 situation in China has significantly improved which is why it will be possible for the local trade audience to assist Mercedes-Benz’ EQ night event. It will be here that Benz will debut its latest addition to the growing EQ family of EVs: The EQB.

2022 Mercedes-Benz EQB | Photo: Mercedes-Benz

This fully electric compact SUV should prove to be very popular with small families seeking out room, styling, and efficiency. Heavily inspired by the GLB, it will feature room for seven passengers or up to a maximum of 1,700 litres of trunk space. It will sit above the already introduced small EQA electric crossover.

The EQB will first launch in China followed by the European version. The US (and assumingly Canada) will receive the EQB come 2022.

2020 Mercedes-Benz EQC First Drive Review: Subtle Revolution

We drove the new Mercedes-Benz EQC almost two years ago. At that time, it was announced that its introduction in North America was to be delayed by a year. More recently, Benz has confirmed that it won’t be offered here for now.

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