New Classical: Mercedes-Benz EQS

The Mercedes EQS is the brand's first all-electric vehicle (at least in modern times). At first glance, it's not all that noticeable. And that's probably the biggest compliment.
Text Matthias Mederer
Photo Matthias Mederer ·

A Mercedes with the letter S in its model designation has always been a statement, beyond any doubt, of contemporary automotive luxury, the technological demonstration of what is possible today, be it in terms of comfort, entertainment, driver assistance, performance or simply materials and workmanship. And, of course, in terms of smoothness. In this respect, the EQS is a classic Mercedes, exactly because of its all-electric drive. Which makes it the first of its kind from Daimler and thus a world first. But that, too, is definitely a classic element in an S.

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