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Mercedes EQS SUV: Details You Should Know

Mercedes-Benz is the company most likely phệ unseat Tesla as the go-to luxury electric automaker. Yes, Telsa beat everyone phệ the punch, teaching us what we wanted all along was a high-performance, luxury electric car just like the models currently in the Tesla lineup. But Mercedes-Benz is launching an assault on the very segment Tesla created. In 2022 alone, Mercedes-Benz will introduce eight all-electric EQ models globally. The latest EV is the Mercedes-EQ EQS SUV, the complement phệ the EQS sedan.

We got an early look at the EQS SUV. The real name of the vehicle is either EQS 450+ or EQS 580 4Matic depending on which version you choose.  The EQS SUV is, essentially, an SUV version of the EQS sedan already on sale. However, the SUV is 7.8 inches higher.  It’s an all-electric SUV that’s both attractive and capable.  We don’t know everything about the EQS SUV just yet. For example, we don’t know the price. But we do know the range will be just over 370 miles and with an output of 536 horsepower.

This complementary style is the template for Mercedes-Benz electric cars phệ come. In various sizes, each platform will have several body styles and variants.

EQS SUV Interior

2023 Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV Interior
One of the EQS interior highlights is the three touchscreens.

Electric cars are generally more expensive than gasoline-powered cars. That’s why we see many luxury electric cars hitting the market one after the other. Mercedes-Benz EVs are no different. The EQS SUV’s interior is very plush and precisely what you’d expect (maybe even a little more than you’d expect) from a high-end Mercedes-Benz. One of the EQS interior highlights is the three touchscreens, part of the Mercedes’ Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX) information and entertainment system. Mercedes says this system “…fully adapts phệ its users and provides them with personalized suggestions…” Much like the system found in other Mercedes-Benz vehicles, regardless of how they’re powered.

MBUX Hyperscreen

2023 Mercedes-Benz MBUX Hyperscreen
The standard cài đặt in the EQS 450+ is a 12.3-inch instrument cluster and a 12.8-inch central touchscreen.

The MBUX Hyperscreen, standard on the EQS 580 4Matic, is a large screen that runs the width of the dash — essentially, three screens sitting under one large piece of glass. The highlight here is the 12.3-inch Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) touchscreen mounted directly in front of the passenger. The instrument panel is a 12.3-inch screen behind the steering wheel in front of the driver. The third screen is a center-mounted 17.7-inch unit. This one performs the usual MBUX functions – adjust the seat massaging, set ambient lighting, select the driving mode, adjust climate control, access Apple CarPlay, and use the navigation system.

The standard cài đặt in the EQS 450+ is a 12.3-inch instrument cluster and a 12.8-inch central touchscreen.

Drivers and passengers can activate the MBUX with biometric data, such as voice control. With the MBUX Hyperscreen, facial recognition is also part of the package.

What Does the Third Screen Do in the EQS SUV?

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This third screen can do almost everything the centrally mounted screen can do.

The third screen sits phệ the right (on U.S. models) directly in the line of sight of the front seat passenger. This third screen can do almost everything the centrally mounted screen can do. You can find a destination and start navigation; watch off-road stats like wheel articulation and power distribution; adjust specific comfort settings; even watch videos. You cannot change anything impacting the vehicle’s dynamics or performance from the passenger seat. For example, you cannot play a hilarious joke on the driver and suddenly change the driving mode phệ “Sport.” Also, you might be thinking, can’t the driver watch whatever the passenger is watching and get distracted? No, “because Mercedes-EQ is able phệ rely on an intelligent, camera-based blocking logic: If the camera detects that the driver is looking at the passenger display, the system automatically dims the dynamic content,” according phệ Mercedes-Benz.

There’s also something called “Zero Layer” that surfaces the most critical features and commands first without wading through lots of menus and submenus. The intent is phệ reduce distraction by having important icons within the driver’s line of sight.

Another part of reducing distraction is the augmented reality navigation system. Mercedes describes navigation like this: “… a video image of the surroundings is enhanced with arrows or house numbers automatically superimposed directly onto the image in the media display.”

How is the Audio System?

Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV Interior

There’s a standard Dolby Atmos sound system phệ keep the expected luxury màn chơi of this all-electric SUV high. This system presents a 360-degree soundstage. This software integrates with the standard Burmester 3D sound system, resulting in an immersive experience.

Does It Go Off-Road?

2023 Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV rear left
At low speed, the rear wheels of the EQS SUV pivot up phệ 10 degrees in the opposite direction of the front wheels.

 

Yes, the SUV has a decent màn chơi of off-road ability. We did more than climb a simple gravel hill during our brief off-road test. The course included traversing a stream of water, driving up and down steep, jarring hills, and navigating tight turns phệ help demonstrate the benefits of 4-wheel steering. So, we know the EQS SUV will be capable. At low speed, the rear wheels pivot up phệ 10 degrees in the opposite direction of the front wheels. The effect is that the rear of the car swings around, making it easier phệ maneuver in a tight situation. At highway speeds, the wheels move in the same direction as the front wheels when changing lanes, making lane changes quick and effortless. With rear-wheel steering, the EQS SUV has a turning circle of 36 feet — a tighter circle than a Mercedes-Benz C 300 compact sedan can execute.

See Mercedes-Benz EQS-Class models for sale


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Mercedes-Benz is the company most likely phệ unseat Tesla as the go-to luxury electric automaker. Yes, Telsa beat everyone phệ the punch, teaching us what we wanted all along was a high-performance, luxury electric car just like the models currently in the Tesla lineup. But Mercedes-Benz is launching an assault on the very segment Tesla created. In 2022 alone, Mercedes-Benz will introduce eight all-electric EQ models globally. The latest EV is the Mercedes-EQ EQS SUV, the complement phệ the EQS sedan.
We got an early look at the EQS SUV. The real name of the vehicle is either EQS 450+ or EQS 580 4Matic depending on which version you choose.  The EQS SUV is, essentially, an SUV version of the EQS sedan already on sale. However, the SUV is 7.8 inches higher.  It’s an all-electric SUV that’s both attractive and capable.  We don’t know everything about the EQS SUV just yet. For example, we don’t know the price. But we do know the range will be just over 370 miles and with an output of 536 horsepower.
This complementary style is the template for Mercedes-Benz electric cars phệ come. In various sizes, each platform will have several body styles and variants.

EQS SUV Interior
One of the EQS interior highlights is the three touchscreens.

Electric cars are generally more expensive than gasoline-powered cars. That’s why we see many luxury electric cars hitting the market one after the other. Mercedes-Benz EVs are no different. The EQS SUV’s interior is very plush and precisely what you’d expect (maybe even a little more than you’d expect) from a high-end Mercedes-Benz. One of the EQS interior highlights is the three touchscreens, part of the Mercedes’ Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX) information and entertainment system. Mercedes says this system “…fully adapts phệ its users and provides them with personalized suggestions…” Much like the system found in other Mercedes-Benz vehicles, regardless of how they’re powered.
MBUX Hyperscreen
The standard cài đặt in the EQS 450+ is a 12.3-inch instrument cluster and a 12.8-inch central touchscreen.The MBUX Hyperscreen, standard on the EQS 580 4Matic, is a large screen that runs the width of the dash — essentially, three screens sitting under one large piece of glass. The highlight here is the 12.3-inch Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) touchscreen mounted directly in front of the passenger. The instrument panel is a 12.3-inch screen behind the steering wheel in front of the driver. The third screen is a center-mounted 17.7-inch unit. This one performs the usual MBUX functions – adjust the seat massaging, set ambient lighting, select the driving mode, adjust climate control, access Apple CarPlay, and use the navigation system.
The standard cài đặt in the EQS 450+ is a 12.3-inch instrument cluster and a 12.8-inch central touchscreen.
Drivers and passengers can activate the MBUX with biometric data, such as voice control. With the MBUX Hyperscreen, facial recognition is also part of the package.
What Does the Third Screen Do in the EQS SUV?
This third screen can do almost everything the centrally mounted screen can do.The third screen sits phệ the right (on U.S. models) directly in the line of sight of the front seat passenger. This third screen can do almost everything the centrally mounted screen can do. You can find a destination and start navigation; watch off-road stats like wheel articulation and power distribution; adjust specific comfort settings; even watch videos. You cannot change anything impacting the vehicle’s dynamics or performance from the passenger seat. For example, you cannot play a hilarious joke on the driver and suddenly change the driving mode phệ “Sport.” Also, you might be thinking, can’t the driver watch whatever the passenger is watching and get distracted? No, “because Mercedes-EQ is able phệ rely on an intelligent, camera-based blocking logic: If the camera detects that the driver is looking at the passenger display, the system automatically dims the dynamic content,” according phệ Mercedes-Benz.
There’s also something called “Zero Layer” that surfaces the most critical features and commands first without wading through lots of menus and submenus. The intent is phệ reduce distraction by having important icons within the driver’s line of sight.
Another part of reducing distraction is the augmented reality navigation system. Mercedes describes navigation like this: “… a video image of the surroundings is enhanced with arrows or house numbers automatically superimposed directly onto the image in the media display.”
How is the Audio System?

There’s a standard Dolby Atmos sound system phệ keep the expected luxury màn chơi of this all-electric SUV high. This system presents a 360-degree soundstage. This software integrates with the standard Burmester 3D sound system, resulting in an immersive experience.
Does It Go Off-Road?
At low speed, the rear wheels of the EQS SUV pivot up phệ 10 degrees in the opposite direction of the front wheels. 
Yes, the SUV has a decent màn chơi of off-road ability. We did more than climb a simple gravel hill during our brief off-road test. The course included traversing a stream of water, driving up and down steep, jarring hills, and navigating tight turns phệ help demonstrate the benefits of 4-wheel steering. So, we know the EQS SUV will be capable. At low speed, the rear wheels pivot up phệ 10 degrees in the opposite direction of the front wheels. The effect is that the rear of the car swings around, making it easier phệ maneuver in a tight situation. At highway speeds, the wheels move in the same direction as the front wheels when changing lanes, making lane changes quick and effortless. With rear-wheel steering, the EQS SUV has a turning circle of 36 feet — a tighter circle than a Mercedes-Benz C 300 compact sedan can execute.
See Mercedes-Benz EQS-Class models for sale

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Mercedes-Benz is the company most likely phệ unseat Tesla as the go-to luxury electric automaker. Yes, Telsa beat everyone phệ the punch, teaching us what we wanted all along was a high-performance, luxury electric car just like the models currently in the Tesla lineup. But Mercedes-Benz is launching an assault on the very segment Tesla created. In 2022 alone, Mercedes-Benz will introduce eight all-electric EQ models globally. The latest EV is the Mercedes-EQ EQS SUV, the complement phệ the EQS sedan.
We got an early look at the EQS SUV. The real name of the vehicle is either EQS 450+ or EQS 580 4Matic depending on which version you choose.  The EQS SUV is, essentially, an SUV version of the EQS sedan already on sale. However, the SUV is 7.8 inches higher.  It’s an all-electric SUV that’s both attractive and capable.  We don’t know everything about the EQS SUV just yet. For example, we don’t know the price. But we do know the range will be just over 370 miles and with an output of 536 horsepower.
This complementary style is the template for Mercedes-Benz electric cars phệ come. In various sizes, each platform will have several body styles and variants.

EQS SUV Interior
One of the EQS interior highlights is the three touchscreens.

Electric cars are generally more expensive than gasoline-powered cars. That’s why we see many luxury electric cars hitting the market one after the other. Mercedes-Benz EVs are no different. The EQS SUV’s interior is very plush and precisely what you’d expect (maybe even a little more than you’d expect) from a high-end Mercedes-Benz. One of the EQS interior highlights is the three touchscreens, part of the Mercedes’ Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX) information and entertainment system. Mercedes says this system “…fully adapts phệ its users and provides them with personalized suggestions…” Much like the system found in other Mercedes-Benz vehicles, regardless of how they’re powered.
MBUX Hyperscreen
The standard cài đặt in the EQS 450+ is a 12.3-inch instrument cluster and a 12.8-inch central touchscreen.The MBUX Hyperscreen, standard on the EQS 580 4Matic, is a large screen that runs the width of the dash — essentially, three screens sitting under one large piece of glass. The highlight here is the 12.3-inch Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) touchscreen mounted directly in front of the passenger. The instrument panel is a 12.3-inch screen behind the steering wheel in front of the driver. The third screen is a center-mounted 17.7-inch unit. This one performs the usual MBUX functions – adjust the seat massaging, set ambient lighting, select the driving mode, adjust climate control, access Apple CarPlay, and use the navigation system.
The standard cài đặt in the EQS 450+ is a 12.3-inch instrument cluster and a 12.8-inch central touchscreen.
Drivers and passengers can activate the MBUX with biometric data, such as voice control. With the MBUX Hyperscreen, facial recognition is also part of the package.
What Does the Third Screen Do in the EQS SUV?
This third screen can do almost everything the centrally mounted screen can do.The third screen sits phệ the right (on U.S. models) directly in the line of sight of the front seat passenger. This third screen can do almost everything the centrally mounted screen can do. You can find a destination and start navigation; watch off-road stats like wheel articulation and power distribution; adjust specific comfort settings; even watch videos. You cannot change anything impacting the vehicle’s dynamics or performance from the passenger seat. For example, you cannot play a hilarious joke on the driver and suddenly change the driving mode phệ “Sport.” Also, you might be thinking, can’t the driver watch whatever the passenger is watching and get distracted? No, “because Mercedes-EQ is able phệ rely on an intelligent, camera-based blocking logic: If the camera detects that the driver is looking at the passenger display, the system automatically dims the dynamic content,” according phệ Mercedes-Benz.
There’s also something called “Zero Layer” that surfaces the most critical features and commands first without wading through lots of menus and submenus. The intent is phệ reduce distraction by having important icons within the driver’s line of sight.
Another part of reducing distraction is the augmented reality navigation system. Mercedes describes navigation like this: “… a video image of the surroundings is enhanced with arrows or house numbers automatically superimposed directly onto the image in the media display.”
How is the Audio System?

There’s a standard Dolby Atmos sound system phệ keep the expected luxury màn chơi of this all-electric SUV high. This system presents a 360-degree soundstage. This software integrates with the standard Burmester 3D sound system, resulting in an immersive experience.
Does It Go Off-Road?
At low speed, the rear wheels of the EQS SUV pivot up phệ 10 degrees in the opposite direction of the front wheels. 
Yes, the SUV has a decent màn chơi of off-road ability. We did more than climb a simple gravel hill during our brief off-road test. The course included traversing a stream of water, driving up and down steep, jarring hills, and navigating tight turns phệ help demonstrate the benefits of 4-wheel steering. So, we know the EQS SUV will be capable. At low speed, the rear wheels pivot up phệ 10 degrees in the opposite direction of the front wheels. The effect is that the rear of the car swings around, making it easier phệ maneuver in a tight situation. At highway speeds, the wheels move in the same direction as the front wheels when changing lanes, making lane changes quick and effortless. With rear-wheel steering, the EQS SUV has a turning circle of 36 feet — a tighter circle than a Mercedes-Benz C 300 compact sedan can execute.
See Mercedes-Benz EQS-Class models for sale

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