Mercedes launched its EQV electric minivan just a couple of years ago; however, the Stuttgart house is already working on the new model with what is called the mid-career restyling, let’s see it together. The largest portion of the camouflage films is applied to the front area, hiding a redesigned bumper profile with air intakes that appear to show a more modern design.
Then, there is a different grid and a new graphic pattern for the headlight LEDs. The modifications at the rear are less and will be limited to the trim elements on the tailgate and bumper, as the lights appear to be identical to those of the current model. The profile is also practically unchanged, although Mercedes plans to add alloy wheels with a new design.
The front portion of the cabin, mostly concealed by black covers to hide the updates, however, allows us to understand how the style and ergonomics of the EQV “living” area will evolve. We can see the new rectangle-shaped air intakes (instead of round) and it is conceivable that the vehicle will be equipped with the most advanced infotainment system, with a larger touchscreen and the latest MBUX software, along with a digital instrument cluster. . In short, we will find all the comfort for passengers that we already find on the current model.
2024 Mercedes EQV Engine & Battery
We do not know if Mercedes will update the EQV electric powertrain, but the model currently on the list is equipped with a single engine of 204 HP and 362 Nm of torque. The German minivan is available with two different battery capacities, 60 kWh for the EQV 250 with 230 km of range and 90 kWh for the EQV 300, which can travel up to 355 km between charges, but not the debut of a more efficient battery pack is excluded. The EQV is expected to make its debut in 2023 with several in the two classic measures of 5.14 and 5.37 meters in length.