As one of four new Mercedes electric SUVs to be unveiled in the next 24 months, the Mercedes-Benz EQB electric crossover will partner the EQA as the most accessible and affordable EQ model from the German manufacturer. Sharing the same all-electric architecture as the rest of the EQ lineup, they will inherit styling from current models like the EQC, as well as that of the EQS Vision concept. Powertrain details are yet to be unconfirmed, but we’re expecting twin-motor AWD configurations, likely to produce less power than the 402-hp rating of the larger EQC. As the electric alternative to the GLB-Class SUV, the EQB will seat seven occupants across three rows, making it a more practical alternative to the EQA. Production is slated to begin in 2021, with its tentative arrival in the US pegged for 2022.