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Vision EQS : Feast Your Eyes On The Flagship Of Mercedes All-electric Cars




Feast Your Eyes On The Mercedes-Benz Vision EQS All-electric Car…


Mercedes-Benz is currently putting finishing touches to its upcoming luxury all-electric EQS sedan that it plans to sell with the 2020 S-Class.

The concept, which was shown to the world during the Frankfurt Auto Show, revealed plenty of technical details that will come in the series production.

The EQS is the first Mercedes model to be built on the electric architecture called the EVA2 (Electric Vehicle Architecture).

This platform, which will be seen in all future electric Mercedes cars, is different from the one in the production EQC SUV.

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The EQS front grille panel consists of 940 individual LEDs in a three-dimensional space and a single star. The tail-lights are made up of 229 three-pointed stars.

Inside, it features a 20-inch display mounted at the center console, similar to what we are expected to come with the new S-Class.



The two screens in the door panels display images, replacing the rear-view mirrors. This screens may also be used for infotainment and central screen control.

The Mercedes-Benz Vision EQS will be powered by two electric engines, pumping out 350 kW and 760 Nm. Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h will be in less 4.5 seconds and a top speed of 124mph.

Its 100kWh battery pack gives a 435-mile range on full charge. A 350kW DC charger can replenish the battery from 0 to 80 per cent in less than 20 minutes.

The EQS flagship will be the most expensive of 10 full-electric models that Mercedes promises to reveal in the nearest future. It will sit alongside the EQC SUVs, EQA, EQB, EQE saloon and full-size EQG 4×4 in Mercedes.

During the reveal, Mercedes-Benz CEO, Olla Kalenius, stated that by 2030, more than 50% of Mercedes-Benz range will be electrified. He also said in 2039, the combustion engine will vanish.

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