Mercedes has announced a major update for its all-electric EQS saloon. This mid-life facelift not only introduces a massive 55.5-inch Hyperscreen as standard across all models but also boosts the car's range to over 800 kilometers thanks to a larger battery.

The updated EQS now features an enlarged 118 kWh battery, up from the previous 108.4 kWh, extending its range by an additional 82 kilometers to reach a total of up to 822 kilometers on a single charge. Furthermore, every model will come equipped with the Hyperscreen dashboard. The facelift isn't just about technological advancements; it also focuses on comfort, especially for rear passengers who can now enjoy added Nappa leather cushions among other upscale amenities.

Design-wise, the EQS has undergone subtle yet significant changes. These include a darker radiator grille and a new headlight cluster design adorned with additional chrome details and featuring a standing star logo—a reference to older Mercedes models.

Efficiency improvements are also part of the package. A new standard heat pump optimises the use of the battery for climate control, helping to increase the vehicle's range.

Inside the cabin, both ventilation nozzles and rear seats have received upgrades for enhanced comfort. The Extended Rear Luxury Pack takes passenger comfort even further with luxuries like tilted footrests and adjustable backrests.

Prospective buyers can look forward to getting their hands on this updated version starting April 25, 2024. Despite its numerous upgrades, prices will start at 109,551 euros—remaining unchanged from the current base model pricing.

Source: Mercedes-Benz

Евгений Ушаков
Evgenii Ushakov
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