The EQS starts at €106,374 in its maiden land.
Mercedes-Benz has revealed pricing for the upcoming all-electric EQS. The luxury sedan, aimed primarily at the likes of the Lucid Air and Tesla Model S, will start at €106,374 ($124,678) in Germany. That price is for the rear-wheel drive EQS 450+, which comes without the 56” MBUX Hyperscreen as standard. Buyers of the EQS 450+ can however spec the Hyperscreen for an extra €8,568 ($10,045).
Meanwhile the powerful all-wheel drive EQS 580 starts at €135,529 ($158,903). With the EQS 580 buyers get the signature Hyperscreen as standard as well as a hefty 516 hp. The EQS 580 has a seriously impressive 485 miles of range thanks to a 107.8kWh battery and 0.20 drag coefficient.
Numerous options are available for both the EQS 450+ and 580 to tailor to buyers’ individual needs and tastes. The €2,082 ($2,439) Advanced Package ads adaptive cruise, lane keep assist and blind spot monitoring. Meanwhile the €4,367 ($5,116) Rear Seat Package Plus provides your back seat passengers with infotainment curtesy of two 7” tablets. The same package also ads air conditioned memory foam rear seats. With almost every option box ticked, it’s possible to spec an EQS to over €180,000 ($210,000).
US pricing is still unknown for the EQS, but should be revealed soon. First stateside deliveries are expected in the coming months.
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