Mercedes-Benz Goes On A Reveal Spree In Munich To Maintain The EV EQ-uilibrium

Mercedes-Benz has unveiled the EQE, EQB, the EQG Concept, the AMG EQS, and the Maybach EQS SUV Concept at the 2021 IAA Show

Mercedes has revealed five different EQ-based models and concepts at the ongoing IAA Auto Show in Munich

These include the EQE sedan, the EQB crossover, the AMG EQS, the EQG Concept, and the Maybach EQS SUV

Mercedes EQE

Essentially a baby EQS; underpinned on the same platform as the EQS. Dimensions similar to the CLS


Offered with a rear-motor setup only first. Puts out 288 HP and 391 lb-ft of torque


Powered by a 90 kWh battery pack with 410 miles of range (WLTP ratings). Supports 170 kW fast charging


An optional Hyperscreen offered that runs the width of the entire dash. Six color combinations will be offered for the cabin.

It will arrive in 2022 and will take on the BMW i4, Polestar 2, and Tesla Model 3

Mercedes EQB

Electric crossover offered as a five-seater as standard and seven-seater as optional


Offered in two dual-motor setup trims. The 300 makes 225 HP and 288 lb-ft of torque, whereas the 350 makes 288 HP and 384 lb-ft


The EQB comes with a 66.5 kWh battery pack that offers a WLTP-rated range of 260 miles


Feels premium and plush inside. No Hyperscreen on offer. Third-row good only for people up to 5’4” tall

It will arrive in 2022 and take on the Tesla Model Y and the Audi Q4 e-Tron

Mercedes-AMG EQS53 AMG+

AMG high-performance version of the standard EQS


Offered in two avatars - 649 HP and 700 lb-ft of torque, and 751 HP and 750 lb-ft of torque with AMG Dynamic Plus package. 0-60 mph in under four seconds!


Same 107.8 kWh battery as the standard EQS, but no word on the range


Plethora of performance-related specs and features, including mechanical tweaks and software upgrades

It will take on the Model S, but will start with a six-digit price figure

Mercedes-Benz EQG Concept

The electric equivalent of G-Wagen. It is a near-production concept and not the final model


Lockable box on the tailgate that looks like a wallbox. Can house the charging cable


Body-on-frame SUV with rugged chassis, independent suspension, etc.


Powered by four electric motors – one on each wheel. Power outputs not revealed

Could arrive sometime in 2022

Mercedes-Maybach EQS SUV

Based on the EQS sedan, but in an SUV form with the Maybach treatment


Dual-tone red-and-black, Black panel grille with chrome pinstripes, 24-inch wheels, ‘M’ badges on B-pillars, etc.


No word on powertrain specs, but said to offer 373 miles of range


It will feature the Hyperscreen inside. Rear seats to have a center-console finished in white piano lacquer and rose gold accents

It will go into production in 2022 and could arrive later that year or in 2023

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