In 2016, Mercedes-Benz unveiled that all of its future electric cars will be sold under the EQ sub-brand. The strategy is similar to BMW’s, which now uses the i sub-brand for its EV lineup, which for the moment includes the i3 and i8. Last year, Mercedes also rolled out the Concept EQ, a sporty SUV that previewed what should become the company’s first all-electric hauler. Come 2017 and Mercedes unleashed its second EQ concept. Dubbed Concept EQA, it’s essentially an electric A-Class hatchback from the future.