EQS, the first electric sedan model of the Mercedes EQ series, brings a new perspective to luxury vehicle details. A futuristic interior and a massive battery define Mercedes’ first framed electric car.
Ola Källenius, CEO of Mercedes-Benz, defined EQS by saying, “EQS is high technology to use, a true luxury.”

 

The EQS is the first Mercedes-Benz to be designed with a common and simplified vehicle design, while at the same time be designed to have simplified new features and to have simplified new features. with this model to combine in the cockpit platform (a glass surface with three separate screens with a single artificial intelligence intelligence). The map feature allows them to see their driving routes in 3D, down to the tiniest. It can also suggest recommendations along the way from positive to battery capacity, weather and topography route.
The doors are frameless and also have handles on the latest S-class engine. The dense aluminum platform of the EQS is designed in a two-car design, either single-engine and rear-drive or twin-engine, all-wheel drive. Valeo Siemens eAutomotive sister company produced the electric motors. It’s also low-mounted in axle designs in a prominent subframe and in an aluminum chassis. It’s a 396-volt underbody battery from Mercedes-Benz, and it’s in an aluminum chassis. You’re also shopping for a much lower Shelter to the floor-integrated EQS. The electronics, meanwhile, are located at the front under the fixed hood.
With a range of up to 670 kilometers (WLTP) and a power generation of up to 385 kW, the powertrain of the EQS meets the requirements of users in the S-Class segment. A performance version of up to 560 kW is also planned. All EQS versions have an electric power-training system (eATS) on the rear axle, while the 4MATIC versions have an eATS on the front axle. The EQS is offered with a new generation of batteries with a much higher energy density. The larger of the two batteries has an energy capacity of 107.8 kWh. This figure means approximately 26% higher capacity compared to the EQC.
Steering is light weight. Still, the speed-dependent system has enough tactility to keep the driver involved. It is reminiscent of the S-class in this respect, with very precise movement that allows you to place the EQS on the road with confidence. There is a well-designed refinement to the steering wheel for a comfortable car in everyday driving conditions.
The EQS model, which can offer a range of up to 770 kilometers and can be charged in 15 minutes for a range of up to 300 kilometers, is planned to be put on sale in Turkey in the last quarter of 2021.

 

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