The EQS SUV: Redefined SUV Luxury
The EQS SUV is the third all-electric model that Mercedes-Benz has introduced.
The SUV offers plenty of space, comfort and connectivity for up to seven passengers in its luxurious interior. Thanks to powerful electric motors, responsive 4MATIC® all-wheel drive and an intelligent OFFROAD driving mode, the EQS SUV is capable of tackling light terrain with ease.
The new EQS SUV shares its long wheelbase (126.4 inches) with the EQS Sedan, but is over 7.8 inches higher than the sedan. The second row of seats can be electrically adjusted and a third row of two individual seats are available.
The EQS is the first all-electric SUV from Mercedes-EQ. The new design is centered around the vehicle’s all-electric architecture. The front headlights are connected by a light band and the deep black radiator grille from the front of the vehicle.
The side view of the EQS SUV demonstrates its aerodynamic efficiency. The front end is rounded and flows dynamically over the steeply raked A-pillar, roof contour, and rear spoiler. The side window is framed by a three-dimensional chrome strip. The large wheels and muscular build give the SUV a sporty, robust character.
The highlight at the rear is the elaborately designed interior of the LED lights. The elements of the tail light have the shape of a curved 3D helix. In combination with the light band, this results in an unmistakable light signature for Mercedes-EQ.
The tailgate merges smoothly into the bumper. The color of black wheel arch linings continues in the lower area of the rear bumper. Below it is a high-quality chrome element in diffuser look and with an aerodynamically optimized spoiler lip on the underbody.
The EQS SUV combines a generous amount of space with a luxurious interior design.
The front section of the center console connects to the instrument panel and is free-standing. A stowage tray in the center of the footwell offers more space for accessories. The EQS SUV includes new innovative wood trim elements with aluminum inlays with Mercedes-Benz Pattern. The star pattern is lasered into open-pore magnolia wood. Seven coordinated color combinations in the interior emphasize the generous sense of space.
The MBUX Hyperscreen is available as a high-end feature. It shapes the display world in the cockpit area. The driver, central and passenger displays merge into one. Models without the MBUX Hyperscreen have a slightly different center console. There is a plush armrest that transitions into the center display.
The standard interior includes luxury seats with lavishly crafted covers. Stitching emphasizes the hand-finished character. The second row of seats have luxury headrests as standard on the outer seats. A third row of seats is available as an option for the EQS SUV.