The Mercedes EQS is an electric luxury car. There is a starting price of $104, 400.

The Mercedes-EQ EQS Sedan is one of the newest additions to the electric luxury sedan market. The biggest, fanciest, and sportiest car in the EQ line is the EQS Sedan. It takes a lot of the virtues of the S-Class to package them in a sleek EV. The EQS Sedan competes with a number of other brands.


There are other options that can be considered as the Mercedes-EQ line grows. The all-new Mercedes-EQ EQS SUV is basically an SUV version of the EQS sedan. The smaller, more affordable EQE Sedan has many of the virtues of the EQS at a more affordable price.

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2023 Mercedes-Benz EQS pricing

The starting price for the Mercedes-EQ EQS Sedan is $104,000. The 450 4Matic model starts at $107,400 and the dual- motor EQS 580 starts at $125,950. The starting price of the EQS is the same as that of the Model S.

  • EQS 450+: $104,400
  • EQS 450 4Matic: $107,400
  • EQS 580 4Matic: $125,950
  • AMG EQS: $150,000 (Estimate)

The factory-to-dealer delivery fee is not included in these prices.

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New improvements

Improvements will be made to the EQS Sedan in the years to come. The EQS 450 4Matic is here. The cost of entry for an EQS with AWD is greatly reduced with the addition of AWD.

There is an improved seat cushion and comfort pillows in the 2023 model. MBUX interior assistant rear and adaptive rear compartment lighting are added to the executive rear seat package plus.

There is an all-new set of 20-inch AMG 5-spoke wheels.

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Driving the 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQS

If you haven't driven an electric vehicle before, you'll love the Mercedes-EQ EQS. The base model of the EQS 450+ is fast and the dual-motor model is even faster. The process of delivering the Torque to the Wheels is almost silent.


Compared to a gas powered car, electric cars are heavier. The extra weight in the driving experience was mitigated byMercedes. There is a battery in the bottom of the car. The result is a vehicle with a low center of gravity and a lot more agility than you would expect from a vehicle of this size. In spirited driving at high speeds as well as in low-speed parking lot maneuvers, we found the EQS to be similar to a small car.

A pair of paddles on the steering wheel allow you to choose the level of regenerative braking. It decelerates in the default mode. When you turn up the recuperation, it's more like one-pedal driving with more aggressive regenerative braking kicking in.

The high- performance AMG EQS is stunning. It's like we're playing a video game when we drive one in and around Denver. The car feels composed and under control even though it has 700 lbs of Torque delivered to all four wheels. The AMG model cranks up the performance to the next level by taking an already fun to drive car and taking it to the next level.

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Interior comfort

It feels like a low-slung sports car and a full-size luxury sedan when we get into the driver's seat. A high-tech cockpit greets the driver with either a digital gauge cluster or a huge Hyperscreen in the dash.

The interior design is sophisticated and the material quality is top-notch, which is what you would expect from a luxury sedan with a 6 digit price tag. The balance between traditional automotive luxury and modern technology was struck byMercedes. The cabin of the EQS looks great with rose gold accents.

There is a lot of room in the front seats. The rear seats have a good amount of space, but the headroom in the back is not as good as it could be. If your rear-seat passengers are under 6 feet tall, you don't have to worry about this.

The rear seats can be folded down to give even more cargo space.

Exterior styling

The Mercedes-EQ EQS Sedan has sleek body lines and a futuristic aesthetic that retains a hint of traditional Mercedes styling. The S-Class has a gas-powered engine.

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Favorite features

350-mile range is achieved by the base EQS 450+. You can add all-wheel drive with the EQS 450 4Matic model.

There is a huge display in the dash of the EQS. There are three different screens in one display, including a 12.3-inch passenger display. It is standard on the dual motor.

The rear wheels can be turned up to 10 degrees. This goes a long way to compensate for the extra weight of an EV.

One of the most innovative features of the EQS Sedan is augmented reality. The navigation system uses augmented reality. Arrow and street names can be superimposed on the road in front of you with the available augmented reality head up display.

The rear-seat passengers are turned up the luxury with the executive rear seat package plus. Multicontour rear seats have a massaging function, rapid- heating seats, neck heating, and an MBUX tablets.

The Mercedes me Charge app can be used to find charging stations. You can get two years of free DC fast-charging sessions when you buy or lease an EQS Sedan.

Engine and transmission

EQS 450+

The base model uses a single motor. The setup makes less power and more power than the S 500, but it has a quicker time. The range of the EQS 450+ is 350 miles on a full charge.

The battery can be charged from 10% to 100% in less than an hour. It charges in 31 minutes with DC fast charging.

A single electric motor with a battery has a combined fuel economy of 97.

EQS 450 4Matic

The new model of the EQS 450 is 4MATIC. It has a higher output than the EQS 450+ and has a quicker time of 5.3 seconds. All-wheel drive is added to the 4Matic model. The range and charge times of the EQS 450 4Matic are the same as that of the EQS 450+.

The combined fuel economy of the dual electric motor and battery is 103 mph.

EQS 580 4Matic

Standard AWD is brought byUpgrading to the dual- motor EQS 580. The performance upgrade has a speed of 4.1 seconds.

The estimated charging times are the same for the more affordable models as they are for the more expensive ones.

Dual electric motors107.8-kWh lithium-ion battery516 horsepower631 lb-ft of torqueEPA combined fuel economy: 95 MPGe

The EPA's range is over 300 miles.


The dual- motor setup in the Mercedes-Benz EQS Sedan propels it from 0-6 mph in 3.4 seconds. The lowest range estimate in the EQS Sedan lineup is the Mercedes-Benz, but it is still useful with over 200 miles of range.

The battery pack is the same as the lower trims.

The dual electric motor has up to 751hp and 700lb-ft of Torque.

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4-Year/50,000-mile warranty

The basic warranty covers the EQS Sedan for 4 years or 50,000 miles. Roadside assistance coverage is the same as time and miles. The EV battery is covered by a 10 year/155,000 mile warranty.

The coverage is similar to the BMW i7, and the Model S has an 8 year/150,000 mile warranty.

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