Mercedes’ small electric vehicle now comes with more variety

Two more models have been added to the Mercedes-Benz EQA line-up, bringing the total number on sale to three.

The firm’s smallest electric vehicle is now available with two higher-powered versions with all-wheel-drive.

Badged EQA 300 and EQA 350, they will have 225bhp and 288bhp respectively. Their peak torque figures are 390Nm and 520Nm, while their 0-60mph times are 7.7 and 6.0 seconds.

Both models have a top speed of 99mph and a battery capacity of 66.5kWh with a maximum range of up to 264 miles. The maximum charging rate is 100kW leading to a 30-minute 10-80 per cent charge time.

There are three trim levels for each, AMG Line, AMG Line Premium and AMG Line Premium Plus. The entry model gets 18-inch alloy wheels and AMG exterior styling upgrades.

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Stepping up to AMG Line Premium adds 19-inch alloy wheels, electrically-operated panoramic glass sunroof, keyless go, augmented reality satellite navigation system, upgraded sound system and wireless charging.

Finally, the AMG Premium Plus gets 20-inch alloy wheels, 360-degree parking camera, adjustable suspension, Burmester sound system, head-up display and electrically adjustable front seats.

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