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Mercedes EQV is first fully-electric MPV | 2019 Geneva Motor Show

Mercedes has showcased the EQV concept at the Geneva Motor Show, which forms the basis of a production model due later in the year.

The 100kWh electric people mover has a range of 250 miles and can add 60 miles of range in 15 minutes.

Customers can choose from six-, seven- or eight-seater configurations, to suit a variety of uses.

It is powered by a comapct electric motor attached to the front axle.

"The Concept EQV embodies our 'Progressive Luxury' approach by merging the analogue and digital worlds into a single entity. The EQ design idiom provides the vehicle with its unmistakeable appearance and has some impressively progressive shapes," says Gorden Wagener, chief design officer at Daimler AG.

To simplify the experience, the EQV concept features an uncomplicated cabin, which revolves around the latest MBUX infotainment system.

Mercedes-Benz Vans will premiere a production version at the Frankfurt Motor Show, in September.

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