Mercedes-Benz teases all-electric EQS

Mercedes-Benz teases all-electric EQS

Leading German luxury automobile manufacturer Mercedes-Benz has released the first official teaser of its flagship, the all-electric EQS sedan, ahead of its launch next year. Pictures revealed by the company, albeit under a heavy camouflage, shows the car alongside the all-electric Vision EQ limousine which was showcased at the Frankfurt International Motor Show Germany in September 2019. The EQS will rival the Porsche Taycan.

Mercedes-Benz EQS teaser

The EQS, according to Mercedes-Benz, has the same size as the current CLS. The new car retains the original concept vehicle’s slim line LED lamps. The production version of the EQS will be 1,900 mm wide, 5,000 mm long and 1,450 mm tall. While the dimensions are much smaller to the concept car, the company claims that it offers the same levels of luxury, space, and comfort of the S-Class

The all-electric EQS is based on the Modular Electric Architecture (MEA) developed by Mercedes-Benz for battery-powered vehicles. The EQS will benefit from a fully flat floor and a wheelbase which almost stretches to 3,000 mm.

Mercedes-Benz EQS teaser

The EQS will be hauled by two electric motors and the combined output will be around 350 kW maximum power and 760 Nm peak torque. The car is expected to make 0-100 kmph in less than five seconds. The Stuttgart-headquartered company is yet to disclose the battery specifications. Reports suggest that the car will be powered by a 90 kWh lithium-ion battery and will return a mileage of 400-500 km on a single recharge.

Mercedes-Benz EQS teaser

The EQS, at the front, sports a digital front grille which comprises nearly 200 LEDs. The headlamp units comprise four holographic lens modules. The headlamps merge into a light belt that runs across the entire length of the car.

The cabin of the upcoming all-electric EQS is inspired by luxury yachts. The overall sculpture includes a combined dashboard and the central console. It has a three-touchscreen MBUX infotainment unit, including additional displays on the door armrests.

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