Which Mercedes-EQ Electric Vehicles Are Coming to the U.S. Next?

EQS Electric Vehicle

Mercedes-Benz will be releasing several all-electric vehicles (EVs) in the United States under its EQ brand. These new electric cars represent the commitment of Mercedes-Benz when it comes to offering sustainable mobility and providing drivers with an exciting option for eco-friendly transportation. Here's a look at which models will be coming to America next and what to expect of the new Mercedes-Benz models.

2022 EQS

2022 EQS

The curvy form of the 2022 EQS glides through the air efficiently for optimal efficiency, and its palatial interior has lavish amenities and cutting-edge technologies. The optional glass-covered Hyperscreen dashboard emphasizes its luxury. The large EV car is available with either a 329-hp rear-drive electric motor with the EQS 450+ model or a 516-hp all-wheel drive system with the EQS 580 4MATIC® model. Both use a massive 107.8-kWh battery with up to 350 miles range. An even more powerful Mercedes-AMG® EQS model is expected at a later date, and it’s estimated to create 649 horsepower.

2023 EQE

2023 EQE

The EQE is also an electric luxury sedan, and it sits below the EQS in the EQ lineup. The EQE's slick bodywork and roomy cockpit share stylistic characteristics with the bigger EQS, and it's available with similarly stunning amenities. One of them is the Hyperscreen, a screen that spans the whole width of the instrument panel. The electric EQE is anticipated to have a driving range of more than 300 miles and fast-charging capabilities, allowing it to recharge its battery from 10 to 80 percent in roughly 30 minutes. With 288 horsepower, the single-motor, rear-drive EQE 300 will be the first to market, but a more potent form with two motors and all-wheel drive will follow. The EQE is expected to launch as a 2023 model.

EQB

EQB

The new EQB blends Mercedes-EQ design components with an edgy and characterful attitude with up to seven seats and ample cargo capacity. The new EQB model is an all-electric crossover SUV. Two models are expected at launch with both offering 4MATIC® all-wheel drive. Drivers will enjoy 225 horsepower when they opt for the EQB 300 4MATIC®, and they will be thrilled with 288 horsepower when they opt for the EQB 350 4MATIC®. The EQB can be charged practically anywhere, whether at home using the Mercedes-Benz Wallbox Home or at public charging stations. It determines the best route by considering charge state, weather, traffic conditions, and charging stops if necessary.

EQG Concept

EQG Concept

The EQG SUV is a body-on-frame concept vehicle with four electric motors and four-wheel drive. It will have a chassis configuration identical to the gas G-Wagon, but a sophisticated independent front suspension. The Concept EQG has a lockable compartment to hold the charging wire and give some extra storage in place of the typical spare wheel housing. It will also include a shiftable 2-speed transmission for going off-road. While production isn’t confirmed for this concept vehicle, some reports say it will launch as a 2024 model year vehicle.

Contact Our Mercedes-Benz Dealership in Nashville for More Info

Do you want to know more about these new Mercedes-EQ models and even be the first to drive one when they arrive? Contact us at Mercedes-Benz of Nashville, for a detailed guide today. We will give you expert advice on these models to help you make an informed decision about which model is right for you.


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