The new designs for EQS electric cars.

The new designs for EQS electric cars.

Editor Wakesho

The EQS is an all-electric luxury saloon from Mercedes. Currently, we have the Mercedes EQ. The EQS is the first model to be based on the modular architecture for luxury and executive-class electric vehicles. The new technology, design, functionality, and connectivity are exciting to both drivers and passengers.

The EQC comes with a new aerodynamic benchmark for production vehicles. Supported by artificial intelligence (AI), it makes their everyday lives easier in many areas. The EQS is produced together with the S-Class and the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class on a completely carbon-neutral basis. The EQS can be experienced with almost all the senses. This elevates the all-electric top-of-the-range model to a new dimension in aesthetics and luxury. At the same time, the EQS testifies to the passionate commitment of its developers and designers to electric mobility.


The management of the EQS Markus Schäfer, Member of the Board of Management of Daimler AG and COO of Mercedes-Benz Cars, says they are working hard to thrive in electric mobility and digitization through an intelligent platform strategy and a software-based approach. Having the EQS shows that the company is following the  Company's path by offering customers a highly efficient, electric, and luxurious experience with our electric vehicles.

Gorden Wagener, Chief Design Officer of Daimler Group adds that the company has created a new future generation of luxury cars. Based on their style of sensual purity, Mercedes creates a desire by combining a beautifully seductive sculpture with the most progressive proportion. Key features one-off the ‘one-bow’ design and a holistically integrated, highly reduced and seamless styling gives the EQS its sporty and progressive look. That’s what sets it apart from any other vehicle Mercedes has ever created, hence making EQS an outstanding.


The EQS’s new MBUX Hyperscreen infotainment system. The new Hyperscreen set-up will span the width of the Mercedes EQS’s dashboard, combining the digital instrument cluster, central media screen, and climate controls into a single glass panel. The front passenger also gets a media display on their side of the dash; it shows digital art when the seat is unoccupied.

The curved unit measures 141 centimeters (55.5 inches) across and is supported by a multifunction interior camera and a light sensor that automatically adjusts the brightness of the screen according to the time of day. The new MBUX infotainment system also has 24GB of RAM - six times more than the average home computer.
Mercedes has tried to make MBUX Hyperscreen as easy as possible to use, eliminating the current system’s reliance on a menu screen. The firm says that the system’s most important functions will be accessible from the home page, after being automatically served up to the driver using the car’s artificial intelligence program.

The EQS’s AI software can learn the driver’s habits and automatically perform their favorite functions. For example, if the owner regularly calls one of their contacts while driving home evenings, the infotainment system will display a prompt at the appropriate time. The system can recognize the person driving the car using its interior camera and store information on up to seven people’s driving habits. So, if someone else is driving the EQS on an evening during the ritual phone call period, they won’t be shown the prompt.