The modelRead full Mercedes EQS review
The EQS impresses when it comes to range and refinement, but it doesn’t quite live up to its ‘electric S-Class’ billing. Not only does it not ride as well as a traditional S-Class but it also suffers from cramped rear seats and an average interior quality. So while there's no denying that its long range and zero emissions make it an alluring choice for business users, the same can be said for the BMW i7. And that car makes no compromises when it comes to comfort.
The trimSee full equipment
This is the entry-level trim, but it doesn’t feel it, which is just as well given how much it still costs. As standard, you get 20in alloy wheels, air suspension, a panoramic glass sunroof, keyless entry and start, heated front and rear seats, and electric adjustment for the front seats and steering wheel. Meanwhile, driver aids include adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, a blind-spot monitoring system and a rear-view camera.
The engineSee full engine specs
The EQS 450+ can travel for up to 453 miles between charges, according to official figures, which is more than rivals. It also delivers effortless performance and its battery can be topped up from 10-80% in as little as 31 minutes.
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