2021 Mercedes-Maybach EQS

Can Daimler trump Rolls-Royce and Bentley with their upcoming All-Electric Maybach Luxury SUV?

Daimler showed off the Mercedes-Maybach EQS concept at the 2021 IAA show in Munich

The SUV concept is part of other all-electric models being shown at this years IAA Munich event

The Maybach SUV concept debuts the Daimler’s modular architecture for premium automobiles. This platform is already used on the EQS sedan

The Maybach EQS clearly draws inspiration from the Vision Ultimate Luxury concept shown in 2018

The Maybach EQS will be the Daimler brand's very first all electric vehicle. A grille may not be required, but the trademark Maybach design is carried over with vertical chrome slats

and LED lighting gives this Maybach its own unique front facia

A two-tone paint job, reminiscent of other Maybach models also makes it to this one off concept. Notice how the chrome wraps around the windows. The center pillar features the Maybach crest

The rear features a full length light bar and you can't miss the Maybach crest on the C Pillar

The overall proportions from back are that of a crossover, but you can't miss the massive 24" wheels, inspired from other Maybach's

Step inside into one of the best interior's that the Maybach brand has ever produced. Notice the Yoke like steering and accent lighiting

As with the EQS Sedan, the dashboard on this concept SUV is dominated by MBUX Hyperscreen, that is made of three individual screens. It runs the entire width of the dashboard

There are two individual front seats that feature rose gold accents. Notice the panoramic sun-roof that lets in light, making the cabin feel even more roomier

While the rear also seats only two, with a floating center-console, a mini-refrigerator, folding tables

The center console in the rear also features a flower vase, which sure does add to the luxury quotient of this vehicle

Mercedes claims a range of 370 miles. A standard EQS SUV is also expected before the Maybach EQS comes to market in 2023. Swipe Up to Read More.


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