Mercedes unveils the Mercedes-Maybach EQS concept car
Mercedes presented its new Concept EQS. This luxurious SUV takes up the codes of the prestigious Maybach brand, such as the two-tone paint, but this time it is associated with a purely electric.
If it is still only a concept car, it is close to the future production model. The finish on board leaves no doubt: everything is done so that passengers enjoy each of their journeys, comfortably seated in the back.
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Mercedes-Maybach has always offered vehicles with an impeccable finish, pushing the perceived quality even higher than a Mercedes S-Class or EQS. Nothing is left to chance, the craftsmanship carried out on board is worthy of a yacht combining prestigious materials and high technology.
With the Executive pack and the Chauffeur pack, the rear seats are worthy of the best limousines, offering space coupled with top-of-the-range equipment. The Piano Black finishes give way here to Piano White combined with navy blue materials.
Outside, chrome and two-tone paint as well as large 24“ rims give a refined look to the electric SUV.
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A brand that evolves
The Mercedes-Maybach brand is adapting to its clientele, which is younger than in the past, by offering equipment and connectivity that correspond to it.
This is what Gorden Wagener, Chief Design Officer of Daimler, said during the presentation of the vehicle:
” With the Mercedes-Maybach EQS Concept, we are transforming the century-old brand for an electric future. Futuristic design consists of an emotional integration of surfaces and shapes. The front, with the progressive Maybach grille, follows the principle of integration and gives the brand a completely new appearance. With the new aerodynamic proportion of the SUV, we are completely redefining the luxury SUV of the future.”
Although France is not a very large Mercedes-Maybach customer, the brand is very popular in certain regions of the world such as China, South Korea and Russia, not to mention the United States and Germany. No date has yet been announced, but the SUV should arrive on our roads with ranges of around 600 km WLTP.