Mercedes is expanding its all-electric EQ model range with the EQA, poised as the entry-level model in its lineup. Sharing a platform with the US-bound EQC, the EQA will launch with a 66.5kWh battery and a range of fewer than 300 miles. The EQA will launch in Germany as front-wheel-drive only, with more powerful motor, battery, and drivetrain configurations set for the future. The latest version of Mercedes' MBUX buttonless infotainment system will be standard, with semi-autonomous driving and pre-entry climate control a few of the system's features. Customers will be able to choose between either two 10.5-inch displays or a massive single 56-inch touchscreen that runs the width of the cabin. When asked whether the EQA would be coming to the US, Mercedes said only to "stay tuned".