What are the features of the Mercedes EQS SUV?
Its optional third row seating and off-road capabilities make it unique to the EV market. It is clearly recognisable as an EQS, with the LED light strip across the front and the black front panel, as well as its streamlined design. Its SUV look stems from the wheel arch surrounds and the door sills in contrasting black.
The battery can hold 107.8 kWh, which should suffice for a driving range of at least 600 kilometres on a single charge. (The EQS SUV can fast-charge at a maximum of 200 kW, so that up to 300 kilometres of driving range added in 15 minutes).
At launch, the EQS SUV will be available as a rear-wheel drive 450+ with a 265-kW (360-hp) and 568-Nm electric motor. The range-topping 580 4MATIC gets an additional electric motor to drive the front wheels and boost the system output to 400 kW (544 hp) and 858 Nm.
The Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV can be equipped with two additional individual seats in the back. The boot holds a minimum of 645 litres and can be expanded to 880 litres with the second row pushed all the way forward.