The All-Electric EQS.

Exterior design

Although the EQS is a close relative of the new S-Class, it is built on an all-electric design. This completely new concept made a rigorous Purpose Design possible: with its one-bow lines and cab-forward design with fastback. There is no doubt the EQS is clearly distinguishable from vehicles with combustion engines, even at first glance.

The front is fused into a Black Panel unit. Advanced headlights connected by a light band and the deep black radiator grille form it’s characteristic face. The exclusive look of the black radiator grille with the central Mercedes-Benz star can be enhanced further: as an optional extra, which is also available with the three-dimensional star pattern. It also features a distinctive fibre-optic strip running along the front and rear in addition to the typical EQ blue headlamp strips.

Interior design

Then the inside delivers further electric character thanks to the Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX) Hyperscreen, which is the highlight of the EQS interior. Exclusive to the EQS, this 56" curved glass instrument panel stretches from door to door to seamlessly merge three screens. A zero-layer interface eliminates the need to scroll submenus or provide voice commands, as the most essential applications — charging, entertainment, phone, navigation, connectivity, massage and more — are available given the situation. Each seat offers an opportunity to interact with the vehicle for a unique experience for both driver and passengers alike.

Mizen Head to Malin Head on one charge in the Mercedes-Benz EQS!

AA Ireland drives the full length of Ireland on one full charge

  • Drive took place on Wednesday, 11th of January
  • Car completed 615km with 2% battery remaining

AA Ireland’s Blake Boland and Paddy Comyn have driven from Mizen Head in Cork to Malin Head in Donegal, the two extremities of Ireland, without stopping to charge, completed in the Mercedes-Benz EQS 450+, which is the German brand’s flagship electric vehicle.

The Mercedes-Benz EQS has a 120kWh battery, 107.8kWh of which is usable. As well as having a very large battery, the EQS is also very aerodynamic. It has a drag co-efficient of 0.20, which makes it the most aerodynamic production car ever made apart from the hastily scrapped General Motors EV1 a few decades ago. The WLTP rated range of the EQS goes up to 784km. However, the ‘real world range’ is about 600 km.

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With ranges up to 770 kilometres (WLTP) and an output of up to 385 kW the powertrain of the EQS also meets every expectation of a progressive saloon in the S-Class segment. All EQS models feature a lithium-ion battery pack with a usable capacity of 107.8 kWh. 

The EQS models also have an electric powertrain (eATS) at the rear axle, while the versions with 4MATIC also have an eATS at the front axle.


The new generation of Mercedes-Benz Intelligent Drive.

To deliver the best or nothing, safety must come first with Mercedes-Benz. The EQS therefore is a true Mercedes-Benz when it comes to safety. As a close relative to the S-Class, the EQS has been modified to ensure it meets the requirements of an electric vehicle. Discover the following intelligent driving assistance systems:

  • AIRMATIC Air Suspension with Adaptive Damping System
  • DYNAMIC SELECT including Comfort, Sport, Eco and Individual driving modes
  • Active Parking Assist with Surround View Camera
  • KEYLESS-GO with Seamless Door Handles & Hands-Free Access
  • DIGITAL LIGHT Intelligent Lighting System with front & rear LED lightbands
  • Active Highbeam Assist
  • Driver Assistance Package with Active Distance Assist DISTRONICDisclaimer, Active Lane Keeping and Blind Spot Assist, and PRE-SAFE PLUS including PRE-SAFE® Impulse Side
  • Wireless Smartphone Integration & Wireless front Smartphone Charger

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