Mercedes-Benz Vans tried their luck by playing in the small Multi Purpose Vehicle (MPV) segment, introducing the Mercedes-Benz Concept EQT. But of course in accordance with the true Stuttgart brand, full of premium quality.
The Mercedes-Benz Vans has a special target for these small MPV consumers, namely families and tourism activities. Included in the new T-Class family and variants of electric vehicles.
It is believed that the EQT Concept has approached the production version with reasonable feature packaging and has the availability of seats to accommodate seven passengers and adequate cargo capacity.
The premium quality presented to the EQT is the alluring appearance of a luxury vehicle, comfortable, functional, connectivity and safe. Mercedes-Benz Vans mixes it like the V-Class but translates to small MPV.
“We are expanding our portfolio in the small MPV segment through the new candidate for the T-Class vehicle. Of course it will be very attractive to families as well as private consumers regardless of their age,” said Head of Mercedes-Benz Vans Marcus Breitschwerdt.
At the same time, he also applies the Mercedes-Benz consistency to be a leader in electric vehicle mobility and offers electric mobility in the future.
The T-Class is included in the ranks of the Mercedes-EQ electric car family. The headlights use LEDs and the distinctive sprinkles on the grille add to the cool Mercedes-Benz logo. The cool three-dimensional effect logo is not only at the front, but also in the middle of the 21-inch diameter light alloy rims. Continues to the panoramic roof and electric longboard at the rear.
Another sweetener on the EQT is the light line connecting the front LED lights and the rear LED lights. Increasingly elegant high-gloss black electric car.
Glancing at the interior, you will find a luxurious order of nappa leather. The application of stacked leather is seen in the middle of the seat back, taken from the rest of the upholstery material recycling. The MBUX infotainment system (Mercedes-Benz User Experience) is a mandatory feature of course.
The Concept EQT measures 4,945 mm in length, 1,863 mm in width and 1,826 mm in height. Sliding door models on both sides make passenger access easier. Three child seats can be embedded side by side in the second row.
The electric version of the T-Class will enter consumer garages in 2022, side by side with the Citan, which this year will soon be presented with an electric version.