The electric city SUV has been spied almost bare, but there is still no news regarding its official unveiling.
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The Mercedes-Benz EQA electric city SUV has been spied wearing less camouflage, however details of the model’s global reveal and Australian future remain unclear.

New images show the EQA – a full-electric model based on Mercedes-Benz GLA city SUV – with less camouflage than when it was teased in February completing winter testing in Sweden.

However, despite appearing closer to production, the EQA’s global launch and Australian details remain unclear, with a Mercedes-Benz Australia spokesperson telling CarAdvice there is “nothing new to announce” regarding the model.

The Mercedes-Benz EQA shares its platform with the GLA, however it receives different front and rear end styling.

The changes include a revised grille and headlight design, and the rear license plate relocated from the rear hatch to the rear bumper – suggesting the tail light and hatch design will be changed from the GLA’s.

The 2021 Mercedes-Benz EQA is expected to offer approximately 500km of driving range, however further technical specifications of its powertrain have not been confirmed.

The EQA will join the EQC and EQB in Mercedes-Benz’s electric SUV family. A global reveal of the EQA is expected sometime later this year.