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Mercedes EQS 580 4MATIC

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AUDI

Mercedes EQS 580 4MATIC

price

PRICE

135,529
battery

BATTERY

108 kWh
range

RANGE

676 km
engine

ENGINE

523 HP
consumption

EFFICIENCY

18.4 kWh / 100 km
charge

CHARGE

%10-80: 31 minutes

Highlighted Features

  • Mercedes-Benz EQS 580 is an all-wheel-drive fully electric luxury sedan.
  • EQS 580 comes with two motors that produce 523 horsepwoer, and 855 Nm of torque.
  • The first electric vehicle of the luxury S-Class has a huge battery pack with 108-kWh capacity.
  • EQS 580 4MATIC pricing starts at €135,529 in Europe.
  • Mercedes EQS is being produced in Germany and Thailand.
engine-and-speed

Power and Speed

Engine Power

523 HP (384 kW)

Torque

855 Nm

Max. Speed

210 km/h

0-100 km/s

4.3 s

Number of Engines

Dual Motor

Driving System

AWD

Engine Type

Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor
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Battery and Charge

Battery

108 kWh

Range

676 km

DC Charge Rate

200 kW

AC Charge Rate

22 kW

DC Charge Time

31 minutes

AC Charge Time

5 hours

Urban Consumption

kWh/100km

Suburban Consumption

kWh/100km

Avg. Consumption

18.4 kWh/100km

Average MPGe

0
dimensions

Dimensions

Weight

2585 kg

Length

5216 mm

Width

1926 mm

Height

1512 mm

Luggage Volume

610 litre
extras

Extra Features

Vehicle Type

Electric Sedan

Year of Production

2021

Autonomous Driving

Mercedes Drive Pilot

Production Place

Germany

Safety

About Mercedes EQS 580 4MATIC

Mercedes EQS is a luxury electric sedan, direct competitor to the Tesla Model S Plaid. It is the first electric Mercedes that designed on a purely EV intended vehicle platform. German carmaker uses its new design language called ‘bow design’. Its drag coefficient is only 0.20, it is one of the most aerodynamical vehicle in the world.

EQS can produce up to 761 horsepower and a mind-boggling 1,020 Nm torque. AMG version of the luxury electric sedan can go from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.4 seconds. AMG EQS 53 and the EQS 580 4MATIC variants are capable of all-wheel drive. All Mercedes EQS models come with a huge 108-kWh battery pack, offer up to 770 kilometers of range. It takes only 31 minutes to charge EQS from 10% to 80%, thanks to 200 kW DC charging support.

Mercedes has been producing the new luxury sedan EQS at Factory 56 in Sindelfingen, Germany. EQS is already available in some European countries, pricing starts at around €120,000 and goes all the way up to €200,000.

Mercedes EQS Performance

Mercedes AMG EQS 53, top of the line version, can produce 761 HP and 1,020 Nm of torque. It has a top speed of 250 km/h and acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h only takes 3.4 seconds. Dual motor all-wheel drive AMQ EQS is not as fast as Lucid Air or Tesla Model S though, but it is still one of the fastest AMG vehicles on the market.

EQS 580 4MATIC comes with two electric motors and an AWD drive system, as well. It has 523 HP, 855 Nm torque, and 210 km/h top speed. It can complete a run from 0 to 100 km per hour in 4.3 seconds. Rear-wheel drive version of the luxury electric sedan, the EQS 450 has only 333 HP and 568 Nm of torque. 0-100 km/h performance is around six seconds.

Rear-wheel steering is an option with the luxury electric sedan. It improves the high-speed stability, very helpful with the tight turns as well. When you’re going slowly, EQS will move its rear wheels the opposite direction and enable a narrower turning cycle which is very useful when driving around the city.

Mercedes EQS Design and Features

Mercedes EQS does not look as fancy as the concept it is based on which is called Vision EQS. But it is indeed a head turner, beautifully designed long body looks really sleek, and the frameless windows are very impressive. Front grille is fully closed as usual, and the headlights carry the distinctive look of every other EQ-series electric vehicle has.

There are dozens of little Mercedes logos all throughout the front of the vehicle. Trunk cannot be opened, because of the aerodynamical reasons. For what it’s worth, Mercedes EQS is one of the most aero-efficient vehicles on earth right now.

Interior of the EQS is dominated by the huge cluster of displays, or the ‘MBUX Hyperscreen’ as Mercedes calls it. It consists of three separate displays sitting beneath the extremely durable Corning Gorilla Glass.

Door handles pop up, like the latest Mercedes S-Class. All four doors open and close automatically as well, adding quite a bit of luxury. You can also control all doors electronically via central screen.

Head-up display has a very unique feature called “Augmented Reality Navigation”. Huge HUD can basically trick you to believe that it projects navigation instructions directly onto the road ahead. This AR sat-nav technology is only available as a camera feed feature in other Mercedes EQ models.

Mercedes EQS Range and Charging

All three versions of the EQS will have a whopping battery capacity of 108 kWh. AMG EQS offers 580 km range, according to WLTP test cycle. EQS 450 has a range of 770 km, longest range among three variants. AWD EQS 580’s range is around 680 kilometers.

Mercedes EQS supports 200 kW DC charging, from 10% charge to 80% in 31 minutes. It has a built-in 22 kW AC charger, fully charging the EQS only takes 5 hours.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is Mercedes EQS Fully Electric?

All versions of the EQS, including the new AMG EQS 53, are fully electric vehicles. Mercedes does offer mild and plug-in hybrid S-Class vehicles, as well. But these hybrid options are not under the EQS series.