The updated 2024 Mercedes-Benz EQB has been spied testing in Europe.
While the model only launched locally in late 2022, it was first revealed in 2021. The updated model will reportedly be revealed this year as a 2024 model.
Mercedes-Benz is also updating the related, internal-combustion powered GLB.
There’s only light camouflage on this prototype, specifically on the front bumper, on the grille, and around the tail lights.
The headlights also appear in line to receive a minor refresh, though this example is wearing the current units.
Inside, the EQB appears to feature a new steering wheel. The area where the track pad sits on the current car has been disguised.
The EQB could also receive updates to its MBUX infotainment system, as well as its battery and electric powertrain.
It’s currently the most affordable seven-seat EV available in Australia.
To the end of February, Mercedes-Benz has sold 32 EQBs. That puts it ahead of the related EQA, of which just 22 have been sold.