The 2020 Mercedes-Benz EQC is an all-electric, all-wheel-drive small SUV similar in size to the brand’s GLC compact crossover. Two 201-horspower motors – one on each axle – produces a 402-hp wallop. An 80 kilowatt-hour battery pack should provide between about 220 miles of range. Regen levels can be controlled via steering-wheel paddles.

Compared to the GLC, the Mercedes EQC has more rounded edges. The grille and headlamps are combined in a single black panel. The interior features two 10.3-inch displays and air vents with gold-tinted trim. Expect all the creature comforts of a Mercedes SUV and a price starting around $80,000. Production begins in 2019 with the first sales in early 2020.