Mercedes-Benz has introduced the concept model that shows how the electric T-Class vehicle will look like. It will be a multi-purpose vehicle and it will be available to the customer in diesel, petrol, and electric variants.
This concept gives a good idea of what the company is going to offer with an LCV-derived MPV. The combustion variants i.e petrol and diesel will be sold under the badge T-Class while the name EQT will be given to the electric version.
The head of Mercedes-Benz vans said that they want to expand their portfolio and offer something new to the customer with this vehicle. This vehicle is designed to attract families and private customers who want a lot of space to enjoy different activities within the vehicle. If they are looking for a vehicle that offers great interior space and premium features, they will definitely consider this vehicle.
He also said that we have shown from the concept model that the future vehicle will also be available in the pure-electric form. The vehicle will compete with the models from Volkswagen and other brands. It will be available for purchase in the UK in the next year. The company has developed this model with Renault.
The concept model gives a good idea of the styling of the new vehicle as it shows a black panel grille that features is 3D star effect and there are also slim LED headlamps. The production version of both the models will be introduced at the end of this year which will offer perhaps fewer design features, but almost the similar packaging and accommodation as the concept model.
Before the arrival of the models, the company is likely to release the full details that will include its features, specifications, and performance-related information. Both the models are based on the Renault CMF-B platform. This platform can support both electric and combustion powertrains.
From the concept model, we can tell that the future MPV model is likely to attract customers with its brilliant design and style as well as great interior space. But we can give a final verdict when we drive this vehicle and assess its every feature.