Mercedes-Benz

Take charge of your future.

The all electric EQA

Go all-electric with the exceptional EQA.

Athletic, intelligent and advanced, the all-electric EQA opens up new possibilities in emissions-free mobility. This compact SUV with a progressive luxury ethos delivers impressive range and charges rapidly, with unparalleled design and innovative technology that makes every journey an electrifying experience.

EQA interior

Interior highlights.
• MBUX Infotainment System including voice and touch
   control
• Drivers Assistance Package as standard
• THERMOTRONIC automatic climate control

EQA exterior

Exterior highlights.
• 66.5 kWh battery with 100 kW max charging capacity (DC)
• Progressive exterior design with black panel radiator grille
• 19” AMG 5-twin spoke light alloy wheels, in high gloss black

Charge at home or on the go.

With impressive range and an extensive charging infrastructure, the EQA opens up new possibilities for sustainable and stylish mobility. Stay mobile with at home and on the go charging options.

The image shows the EQA from Mercedes-EQ. The all-electric compact SUV is being charged at a charging station.

• 400 kilometres – up to[1]
• 0 grams of CO2 emissions
• 30 minute charging time at rapid charging stations**

Fascinating technology for a completely new driving experience.

With its powerful electric motor and the high-voltage lithium-ion battery the EQA ensures efficient driving pleasure.

The image shows the drive technology of the all-electric compact SUV, the EQA from Mercedes-EQ with electric drivetrain (eATS) including electric motor and high-voltage lithium-ion battery.

• 140 kW rated power
• 375 Nm at rpm rated torque [1]
• 100 kW max. charging capacity (DC) [1]

Experience the all-electric EQA today.


**Minimum charging time at a public direct current (DC) charging station, charging at a continuous rate of 100kW from 10% to 80% battery capacity. Charging times can vary depending on many factors including but not limited to ambient conditions, auxiliary consumables (e.g. seat heating and air-conditioning) and capabilities of charging infrastructure capacity and/or supply.
[1] The declared energy consumption figures and range figures are determined by testing under standardised laboratory conditions in accordance with ADR 81/02. The energy consumption and range figures stated are for the purposes of comparison amongst vehicles tested under the same technical procedures only. Real world energy consumption and range figures may vary and are influenced by many additional factors, such as individual driving style, load, traffic, ambient temperature and vehicle condition.