Given that the EQB made its debut in the second part of 2021 as a 2022 model, some people may have concerns about it. We have a silver EQB with camo wraps on the front and rear, despite the fact that the EV hasn’t even been out for a year since our initial drive review. The same general design that we previously described is probably what led to the early refresh in this instance. Older and in need of a mid-cycle update is the GLB-Class. That automatically implies that the EQB will undergo certain adjustments.
As we look attentively at the silver EQB in the snow, we can tell that its headlights are the same as those on the present model. We also notice no body lines through the camouflage wrap, which suggests it might have a flush design like the EQS. The Mercedes star in the center, which is black on this test vehicle, would be the exception. Oddly, there is absolutely no hiding of the Mercedes-Benz insignia on the hood.
The same degree of camouflage as that utilized on the GLB is visible at the back. The taillights and liftgate’s middle are only covered by a thin strip. This hides certain modest modifications to the taillight’s design that, in our opinion, will also affect the GLB.