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By Christoph Rauwald
Mercedes-Benz is taking on one of the most complex industry challenges with the rollout of its battery-powered EQA: selling small electric cars without a big profit squeeze.
The brand’s first fully electric compact model will hit European showrooms this spring, flanking the midsize EQC sport-utility vehicle and the EQV van, the Daimler AG unit said Wednesday. Prices in Germany start at $57,734 and the vehicle offers 302 miles of range.
Mercedes-Benz U.S. International in Tuscaloosa plans to begin production of the EQE and EQS SUVs in 2022.
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