Forget the R-Class — Mercedes is bringing its EQ tech to a new electric minivan with the EQT concept. Mercedes has established the styling language of the EQ line, and the EQT packages those cues into a smart-looking package. Rounded curves and a low beltline give the EQT a taut, upright look that eliminates any blocky van-ness. The EQT seats seven and has sliding doors on both sides with oversize openings, making access to the third row a snap for full-size adults. Mercedes didn't share performance numbers but expect similar figures to other vehicles in the EQ line. No word on whether the EQT will be coming to the US, but Mercedes plans to launch the EQT in the coming year.