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Mercedes says all models with come with MBUX and the headline specs; 0-62mph in 5.1 seconds and top-speed of 111mph. The entry-level EQC Sport models have all the usual bits of tech as standard, so expect Blind Spot Assist, heated front seats, assisted parking and the other safety toys. There’s also 19-inch alloys and a 10.25-inch touchscreen as standard.

The AMG Line cars add that cool black grille we’ve already seen on the 1886 Edition, which really helps to get rid of the bulbous look of the new, and rather pointless grille. The Affalterbach-line models – and we use the term loosely – also get 20-inch rims, and other bits of exterior furniture in gloss black.

Premium versions add a sliding roof, a better Burmester sound system and those floating navigation AR arrows – and you’ll also get to ride on ten-spoke 20-inch alloys. There’s an electric sliding sunroof and wireless charging for compatible smartphones, too.

It’s mostly familiar cabin fare in here, too. Merc has crammed in the latest components from its most recent new car releases, with the steering wheel from the updated C-Class range featuring alongside the new touchpad control system for the twin-screen MBUX infotainment first seen on the fresh A-Class.

It’s not all been there, done that, though. The EQC includes rose gold detailing on the air vents, for example, and a louvred display housing that ‘resembles the cooling ribs of hi-fi amplifiers,’ according to Hartmut Sinkwitz, director of interior design. 

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