Mercedes EQS (2021 ): the future 100% electrical S-Class

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Mercedes provides the interior of the EQS, a big and elegant 100% electrical sedan that particularly opens a digital cockpit console … a width of 141 cm!

The veil of the Mercedes EQS continues to increase. A couple of days after the publication of “camouflaged” images of the big, glamorous 100% electrical sedan, the German car manufacturer revealed its interior today.

XXL lampshade is 141 cm large

Unsurprisingly, the design, a version of the electrical S-Class, impresses your eyes by additionally releasing a brand-new XXL digital cockpit console called Hyperscreen MBUX, or actually “Superscreen”. With a size of 141 cm, this massive concave tactile feedback display screen covers the whole width of the control panel, from the driver to the front guest.

Mercedes EQS recovers the senses

Among other things, Mercedes revealed 2 worlds of noise, “Silver Waves” and “Vivid Flux”, which can be seen on the middle screen however are likewise non-active. The driver and travelers can be gotten acoustically as quickly as they approach and get into the vehicle. The matching surround noise likewise accompanies the output and the EQS lock.

The brand name is still on the audio side, in addition to presenting brand-new “Energizing Comfort” programs with relaxing seem like “Forest Glade”, “Whisper of the Ocean” and “Summer Rain”.

The olfactory understanding was not forgotten even with a HEPA filter (High Efficiency Particulate Air), with which not just great dust and pollen, however likewise sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides can be gotten rid of from the outdoors air.

Confused with you, Mercedes likewise assures that the EQS will include expert system (AI) and a big screen on the glass that works with a 77- inch screen. The business declares that the aerodynamic performance (Cx) of its sedan is 0.20

480 PS and 700 km of autonomy for the Mercedes EQS?

Technical information, still a secret. The EQS needs to establish around 480 hp and 760 Nm of torque, which enables it to swallow from 0 to 100 km/ h in 4.5 seconds. It must likewise have a 100 kWh battery that ensures a series of 700 km.

Presentation in April, start in August

The very first EVA-based model for high-end electrical cars, the Mercedes EQS, is made at the “ Werk 56 ″ area of the Sindelfingen plant in Germany. It will be launched in April and released in Europe in August.


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