The barrage of electric cars has only just begun and my internal voltmeter is pinned to the right. I love this progression of the automobile and the way it’s transforming the driving experience,
and the EQS is as transformative as they come.
As of today, Mercedes offers one EV in the U.S. market, and this is it – the EQS Sedan, with a starting price of $103,360 (including destination.)
This commences MB’s top-down approach to fleshing out their electric offerings; soon to be joined by an SUV of the same name, an E-Class-like midsize sedan called the EQE, and a more attainable compact SUV called the EQB (not to mention a pair of racy AMG variants.)
The goal is to make every newly-developed Mercedes electric-only starting in 2025, while at the same time having an EV alternative for every model the company makes.
If it has an EQ in front of its alphanumeric name it’s electric.