EQS Owner's Manuals

Mercedes-Benz EQS (Mercedes-Benz IKyues) is a five-door electric liftback of the F1 class. The first generation of the model. The car was completely declassified on April 15, 2021.

Emphasizing the conceptual differences from the S-Class, the Mercedes-Benz EQS looks radically different from the brand’s flagship with internal combustion engines. And the point is not so much in other proportions (the total length of the EQS is 5216 mm, and the wheelbase is 3210 mm) and the passenger compartment carried forward, not so much in the absolutely smoothed body (which has the world’s lowest Cd among production cars – 0.2). These outward signs point to a different platform that underpins EQS. MEA (Modular Electric Architecture) is designed exclusively for electric vehicles.

The main EQS versions are 450+ and 580 4Matic. The first is equipped with one PSM synchronous electric motor on the rear axle, which has a return of 333 hp. With. and 568 Nm of torque. Up to the first 100 km / h, it is able to accelerate the car from 2480 kg of curb weight in 6.2 s. The 4Matic version means the presence of another PSM motor on the front axle, the total output of the 580 4Matic is 523 hp. With. and 855 Nm. It accelerates to 100 km / h in 4.3 s.

Both versions have the same battery with a capacity of 107.8 kWh (its body is integrated into the power structure of the body, both subframes are attached to it). It is capable of being powered by terminals with a power of 200 kW. In this case, 15 minutes is enough to get 300 km of power reserve. As for the range of the EQS, according to the manufacturer, the 450+ version of the WLTP cycle is capable of traveling 631 km on a single charge, the 580 4Matic version is 588 km.

In contrast to the exterior, the design of the car’s interior – its front panel – has much in common with the S-Class: a 12.3-inch instrument panel display without a visor and a vertical 12.8-inch MBUX system OLED touchscreen display.

However, this applies to the basic version. Because the so-called MBUX Hyperscreen is available for a surcharge – a glass panel 141 cm wide, under which there are three displays: a 12.3-inch instrument panel, a 17.7-inch central OLED touch screen display and a 12.3-inch passenger OLED touch screen display (displaying a splash screen). , if there is no one in front on the right). Touch displays respond to pressing with the help of 12 actuators, and the clicks and vibration response depend on the intensity of pressing.