The all-new 2022 EQS is the first Mercedes to utilize a platform exclusively designed for EV models. It’s also the first fully electric vehicle.People often ask me why I don’t review modified cars. Today Doug DeMuro is explaining why he doesn’t review modified cars.
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I’m going to explain what a modified car is (to me, anyway), and then I’ll cover the reasons why I only review clean, unmodified cars.Seductively sculpted, the EQS is one of the world’s most aerodynamic production vehicle available today. Upon approach, you’ll notice the ultra-sleek exterior with an LED lightband that stretches across the entire front grille, giving you a taste of the captivating beauty that lies within. The automatic comfort doors open and close…automatically, of course.
The beautiful design extends seamlessly inside the sleek interior, revealing the available Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX) Hyperscreen. Exclusive to the EQS, this 56″ curved glass instrument panel stretches from door to door to seamlessly merge three screens.The heart of the EQS beats with the next generation lithium-ion battery, a sophisticated, high-energy density that sets a benchmark in performance, efficiency and charging capacity.
The EQS450+ features an electric motor mounted on its rear axle that generates 329 horsepower. The EQS580 4Matic has an electric motor on each axle, which translates to all-wheel drive and a total system output of 516 horsepower and 611 pound-feet of torque. Mercedes estimates the rear-drive variant will accelerate from zero to 60 mph in 5.5 seconds. Unlike traditional gas-powered engines, the EQS electric engine has its own soundscape, designed to uniquely carve out space for tranquility within the cabin.