Mercedes EQB 350 EV Car: The EQB 350 4Matic electrified SUV was unveiled by Mercedes-Benz India and starts at Rs. 77.50 lakhs (ex-showroom). With a starting price of Rs. 74.50 lakhs (ex-showroom), the former EQB 300 4Matic model was replaced by the new one in December 2022.
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The EQB 350 offers considerable performance improvements despite using the same 66.5 kWh battery pack as its predecessor. The electric SUV now produces 520Nm of torque, up from 390Nm, and 288bhp of power, up from 225bhp. With a few small adjustments, the redesigned EQB 350 looks very similar to its predecessor.
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No substantial visual changes have been made to the new Mercedes-Benz EQB 350 from its predecessor. A new set of 18-inch light-alloy wheels from Mercedes-Benz India, however, have been unveiled and are intended to boost aerodynamic performance. The car has adaptive high-beam assist LED headlights and keeps its black panel grille. Roof rails, backlit turn indicators, LED tail lights, and an LED strip are further features of the EQB 3.
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The Mercedes-Benz EQB 350’s interior features a roomy centre console that houses two 10.25-inch displays for the dashboard and infotainment system, maintaining a similar visual approach. The MBUX system, a brand trademark, is used by the infotainment system. The interior features more opulent features like two-tone seating, a rearview camera, and rose gold accents. 64 programmable ambient lighting options, power-adjustable front seats, a wireless charging pad, multi-zone climate control, cruise control, and several other conveniences are included in the enhanced comfort features.
Mercedes EQB 350 EV Car: Battery and power
The 66.5kWh battery pack in the Mercedes-Benz EQB 350 electric SUV drives two electric motors. These motors work together to produce 288bhp of power and 520Nm of peak torque. The EQB 350 4Matic variant can go from 0 to 100 km/h in 6.2 seconds and has a top speed of 160 km/h.
With a 100kW DC charger, the battery can be charged from 10% to 80% in about 32 minutes, whereas an 11kW wall box charger would take 6.25 hours. The EQB’s projected driving range (WLTP) remains at 423 km despite the increase in power.