Mercedes-Benz has revealed the first official picture of a production EQS electric car although it features a camouflage wrap. expand full story
Mercedes-Benz EQS Stories June 3
Mercedes-Benz EQS Stories May 18
Mercedes-Benz announced on Friday that its comprehensive insurance will include coverage of home-charging equipment, cables, and batteries. The policy includes risk coverage up to € 10,000 ($10,900) related to theft, vandalism, “overvoltage damage,” short circuits, and even bites from animals and rodents.
Mercedes-Benz EQS Stories May 11
Reports from German media and Automotive News say the Mercedes-Benz EQS all-electric sedan is on track this year for Europe. So we reached out to Daimler to see if the EQS was planned for an introduction in the US in 2021. But the company is not yet ready to share details.
Mercedes-Benz EQS Stories April 6
When Mercedes-Benz unveiled the Mercedes EQS electric sedan last year, the company said that a pair of electric motors would produce 350 kilowatts (470hp) of power. The UK’s Autocar now reports that an AMG high-power version of the EQS will be produced, amping things up to higher than 600 horsepower. It appears that Mercedes-Benz wants EVs that stack up against Tesla’s Plaid versions, even if not quite as powerful.
Mercedes-Benz EQS Stories January 21
Mercedes-Benz gave a preview of its upcoming EQS electric sedan with the concept vehicle and a pre-production prototype this week in Los Angeles.
Unfortunately we couldn’t make it to the event, but Mercedes-Benz was nice enough to send us a lot of pictures of the new vehicle.
You will find a gallery below. expand full story
Mercedes-Benz EQS Stories September 10, 2019
Mercedes-Benz today unveils the Vision EQS, an electric sedan concept with 435 miles of range and 350 kW charging, which the automaker describes as “a trailblazer for the entire Mercedes-Benz EQ family.” expand full story
Mercedes-Benz EQS Stories April 16, 2018
German luxury automakers are all working on their own all-electric vehicles to come out in the next few years.
Unlike Tesla who first launched the Model S all-electric sedan in 2012 before following it by the Model X SUV 3 years later, the German automakers have first been working on their electric SUVs, which are coming out this year and next year, before turning their attention to sedans.
But Mercedes-Benz now says that their first electric sedan is following the SUV closely behind in the development program for a launch a year later. expand full story