The new Mercedes-Benz sub-brand, Mercedes EQ, was created by Daimler for its new lineup of electric vehicles. Mercedes is quickly ramping up the electrification of its offerings, starting with the EQS as the first EV offered under this sub-brand. Mercedes plans to sell only EVs by 2030 as part of a $47 billion investment from 2022 to 2030.
Below is a rundown of every available Mercedes-Benz electric vehicle with a link to the best Mercedes electric vehicle charger options for each model.
The Mercedes-Benz EQS is the first of Mercedes’ fully electric vehicles as part of the EQ sub-brand. This luxury sedan is the pinnacle of opulence in the EV space with a sleek body, immaculate cabin, and state-of-the-art features to appeal to high-end buyers looking to go electric.
The EQS is available in three trim levels: Premium, Exclusive, or Pinnacle; and two different powertrains: rear-wheel drive (EQS 450+) or all-wheel drive (EQS 580 4Matic). The EQS 450+ starts at around $102,310, while the EQS 580 4Matic starts at $125,900.