Interior and exterior too. The fact that the EQC only has the adaptive suspension on the rear axle, unlike the full adaptive suspension of the eTron, kinda is a half-assed attempt by MB. One of the reasons I stopped considering the EQC when looking at potential luxury EV's to purchase. If they cheaped out on that (which it should be standard - front and rear adaptive suspension at the price point they are asking), I wonder what else they maybe cut corners on, and expect consumer to pay full price for.Obviously I went for Audi E-Tron, but the MB EQC EV isn't even available in the US quite yet. Although if it's anything like other MB's I've been in, the interior quality is surprisingly cheap.