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Mercedes Benz teases its first foray into the EV market

Hot on the heels of Porsche and Audi, Mercedes Benz has published some teaser images of its first proper foray into the EV market.

Using a whole new brand – EQ - which will be used on all future electric models, the first car will be a mid-size SUV shape. We know little about range, performance or price.

Daimler Benz has arrived a bit late to this party; Jaguar already have their iPace in dealerships and both Audi and Porsche will have high end EVs to market long before DB does. It will be the market reaction to those cars from Porsche and Audi which will dictate just how far behind DB is.

See the EQ concept here

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