Mercedes-Benz, a German luxury car company, has released the specs and prices for its EQA compact SUV with more power.

Mercedes is making more and more electric cars, and the EQA 350 4matic is one of them. It will start at a price of $96,900 before on-road costs

This is $17,600 more than its stablemate, the EQA 250. 
Even though it has the same usable capacity (66.5kWh) as the EQA 250, it has two motors on the front and back axles

The combined power of the two electric motors is 215kW, which is a lot more than the 250's 140kW. With 520Nm of torque, the

EQA 350 4matic will also be more powerful at the traffic lights.
This means that the time it takes to go from 0 to 100 km/h is not set at 6 seconds, 

Instead of the EQA 250's combined highway and city range of 426km (WLTP), which is about 380km in real life, the EQA 350

4matic has a range of around 400km (WLTP), which is about 357km in real life. The EQA 350 4matic will have the same high-end features

as the EQA 250, plus an AMG Line Sports interior. Red stitching on the dashboard and beltline, silver chrome air vents,

and black sports seats are all part of this look (also with red stitching). The look is finished off by a Nappa leather steering wheel with a flat bottom and AMG-style brushed pedals.

The 4matic EQA 350. Mercedes-Benz is the source. 
The 4matic EQA 350. Mercedes-Benz is the source. 

The 4matic EQA 350. Source: Mercedes-Benz 
The 4matic EQA 350. Mercedes-Benz is the source. 

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