Mercedes EQS: the new flagship of green luxury

The prestigious Mercedes brand has chosen to give new impetus and a new luster to the range of electric cars.

The German brand, which has always been at the forefront of the production of zero-emission vehicles, has chosen innovative technology for this latest model.

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Mercedes and the EVA structure

The beating heart of this new luxury sedan is called EVA: unlike all the others, Mercedes EQS has taken none of its endothermic forerunners.

In fact, the previous models of the electric range rested on the platforms of “traditional” models such as the C-Class and A-Class.

EQS, with its modular structure, opens the doors to innovation and new design lines.

EVA (Electric Veichle Architecture) is a platform designed to insert batteries without excessive bulk.

Batteries specially designed with a flat and long shape to give space to the interior.

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Mercedes EQS: aerodynamics and racing performance

The design of this car was entirely focused on the idea of ​​combining luxury, high performance and zero emissions.

With its innovative floor, EQS has been able to break all records in terms of aerodynamics.

The cx (drag coefficient) reached the unexpected level of 0.20, the lowest achieved for mass production.

The performance of this new Mercedes jewel is destined to make people talk: EQS boasts just 4.3 seconds to go from 0 to 100.

The quick recharge time is around 15 minutes to recover 300Km of autonomy.

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Green design and luxury

The Mercedes-Benz brand has always been synonymous with luxury and attention to detail: maxi display, Digital Light headlights, Energizing coach, intelligent driving that reacts to traffic, road and driver conditions are just some of the pampering provided for the lucky owners. of this “jewel of green luxury”.

Another gem that makes Mercedes EQS unique is the “intelligent charging” system: the level of energy consumed while driving is automatically adapted according to the distance from the first useful charging column.