The 2023 Mercedes-Benz Maybach EQS is a battery-powered electric full-size luxury liftback produced by the German carmaker Mercedes-Benz Group AG. 2023 Mercedes-Benz Maybach EQS is scheduled for release in September 2022 in Germany and in the fourth quarter in the United States. The 2023 Maybach EQS is part of the Mercedes-Benz EQ family, and by 2022 the series will include 10 models. The Maybach EQS is presented as the Mercedes-Benz Vision EQS at the International Motor Show in Germany and predicts the future of Mercedes-Benz
The 2023 EQS is the first EQ model based on a technical platform-specific to electrical models called the MEA. The car has a resistance coefficient of 0.20, which makes it the most aerodynamic car ever produced. The high-end versions of the Mercedes-Benz EQS have two separate OLED screens and an almost complete extension of the dashboard, an LCD instrument cluster. The entire infotainment system is powered by eight processor cores and 24 gigabytes of RAM. Its screen is about 377 square inches. It consists of three separate displays under a single glass panel. The multi-purpose digital dashboard is well received.
2023 Mercedes-Benz Maybach EQS : Interior
The Maybach inscription is attached to the hood, with a Mercedes-Benz star in the middle and a longitudinal decorative line. For Mercedes-Benz Maybach EQS, chrome is also used in front air ducts, and side window frames. Under the auto-opening doors, running boards appear, while the generous-sized wheelhouses feature 24-inch wheels that are aerodynamically optimized. The stunning interior of the Concept EQS relies heavily on the interior of the EQS interior.
The dashboard features a Mercedes full-width curved hyper-screen, which includes three different Maybach digital displays, while the top-mounted center console runs from the center of the cabin to a rose-gold equipped with color lighting and a large storage area, including a refrigerator compartment. rear compartment. The heavily cushioned seats are similar to S-class seats, and the two at the back take regrets that are fitted to sit like a saloon. While the 2023 Maybach Concept EQS is a pure four-seater, the production version also offers a five-seater with a three-seater rear seat.
2023 Mercedes-Benz Maybach EQS : Engine
The 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQS is powered by a water-cooled permanent magnet synchronous motor from Valeo Siemens on the EQS 450+ and two motors on the EQS 580 4MATIC. The torque is transmitted from the engine to the wheels via a single-speed reducer gearbox. In the single-engine EQS 450+, the engine has a rated power of 245 kW (329 horsepower) and a braking power of 186 kW (249 horsepower), allowing a 5 m · s-2 deceleration. Alexander Blox, a German motor journalist from auto motor und sport, found that at a speed of 130 km / h (81 mph) the power consumption was 150… 160 W / km, and the average power consumption was 158 W / h. With a secondary cell with a capacity of 107.8 kWh, the car will cover a distance of more than 638 km. The average charging power is 163 kW and the maximum power is> 200 kW, allowing the car to reach 79% charge in about half an hour.
The Mercedes-AMG EQS 53 4Matic + is the first all-electric AMG to be unveiled at the Munich Motor Show in September 2021. It has two electric motors producing 560 kW (751 hp) of power and delivers torque of 1020 N⋅m (752 lb-ft) and its performance characteristics, as well as the cooling system, have been updated to match the engine’s high power output.
2023 Mercedes Maybach EQS : Safety
The 2023 Mercedes Maybach EQS has safety and automated functions: automatic stop assists, customized headlights, wireless charging of the phone, as well as the standard Mercedes Driving Assistance Package PLUS: cruise control, track holding assistant, front safety brake, escape aid, blind-spot monitoring rear seat warning, interaction warning, and road sign recognition. The 2023 Mercedes-Benz Maybach EQS can be equipped with a Level 3 automated function called Drive Pilot with the optional LiDAR, camera, and microphones running at 13,191 km (8,197 miles) of German highways in heavy traffic at speeds up to 60 km / h (37 mph).