Specifications and price of the new electric Mercedes EQE


 

Mercedes-Benz revealed its new flagship electric car, with high specifications, EQS, at a price of at least $ 100,000. The new Mercedes EQS electric car is receiving wide attention and is considered one of the most awaited cars this year, due to its distinctive features and specifications. The base model EQS 450+, which has a 90-kilowatt battery and uses a single electric motor to power the rear wheels, starts at $124,000.


The more affordable EQS 580 4MATIC model features a 107.8-kilowatt battery pack and four-wheel drive, the EQS 580 4MATIC, and starts at $159,000. Mercedes uses EQS to test whether customers are interested in paying to unlock or accept other features provided by over-the-air software updates. The company says it even plans to offer temporary activations and free trial periods for these features to attract customers.


More software-focused sales are available and for €89 per month (after a free year), EQS owners get the privilege to play Tetris, Sudoku, and other mini-games. This is done via the huge screen in the dashboard, among other features.


In the same context, Mercedes-Benz earlier revealed the new AMG SL Roadster, and released the first pictures of the new interior, although the car will be delayed in its market launch. Hyperanalog refers to designers who combine analog shapes and controls with digital elements, with the interior being a blend of sportiness and luxury.


The brand says the AMG SL Roadster is inspired by the original 300SL, and the upper part of the dashboard is shaped somewhat like an airplane wing with 4 air vents installed like a jet engine. The main event is the 11.9-inch, vertically oriented sliding touchscreen, powered by the brand's latest MBUX infotainment system.


Large touch screens are common in new cars these days, and the larger these screens are, the fewer things you can do with the hardware to stand out from the competition. Mercedes took the screen off the dashboard and installed it in the center, and it electronically flips up and down.


It is placed on a metal frame in the middle and is surrounded by a storage compartment, in this way it helps to combat glare, while at the bottom of the screen there is a row of physical buttons to control frequently used items.


The display uses augmented reality to display relevant 3D cues and actions in real driving mode and surroundings. The new AMG SL Roadster also has a digital instrument cluster that's slightly different from the rest, with the 12.3-inch screen behind the steering wheel hidden in a visor that Mercedes says is inspired by aviation.

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