Concept EQT – pioneer of a new class of small van – to be revealed in May

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Mercedes-Benz Vans is unveiling its new Concept EQT on Monday, 10 May 2021 at 1200.

The concept vehicle is the forerunner to the new T-Class in the small-van segment. Ahead of the ‘reveal’ it has issued a ‘teaser’ photograph.

In keeping with the “Electric first” strategy, the battery-electric version is first out of the starting blocks in the concept vehicle.

The near-production Concept EQT offers a clear glimpse of the electric version of the forthcoming T-Class. With the completely newly developed city van, Mercedes-Benz Vans is transferring the winning formula of the V-Class people carrier to a compact format and bringing a new level of quality to the small-van segment.

The Concept EQT combines a spacious and variable interior with attractive design and Mercedes’ hallmark high standards of comfort, connectivity, value and safety.

Emotion and intelligence are the key elements of the Mercedes-Benz Design philosophy “Sensual Purity”. Using this bipolarity, the Concept EQT creates a new holistic design in the small van segment.

With this first premium small van, Mercedes-Benz Vans is expanding its portfolio for private customers, offering an attractive entry-level model that will allow families and leisure active private customers to step into the Mercedes-Benz world.

FIND OUT MORE: Mercedes-Benz Vans is exhibiting at the ITT Hub 2021 event on June 30-July 1, at Farnborough International, just off the M25, west of London. Register for your free place now! www.itthub.co.uk

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