The Mercedes-Benz EQS electric car, which is currently undergoing the stage of preproductive tests, will be on sale already next 2021. It will be the first model of six new, built on the new electrical architecture of the EQ family.
EQS is the first car # Mercedes-Benz, using a new electrical architecture for the electric vehicles of the premium and the representation segment. Also, almost simultaneously with EQs, the production of the EQE business class sedan and off-road modifications #eqs and EQE will begin. As declared in Daimler, the development goes on schedule, currently intensive test drives are held in the test and technological center in ImmenDingen to test the reliability and availability of electric vehicles to production.
Comprehensive tests and testing of all car systems serves as a guarantee of high quality standards and is one of the extensive measures in the process of developing each model Mercedes-Benz series. The test plan also includes rigid winter tests in Scandinavia, where there are chassis, electric motor, transmission, battery pack, and all power electronics, and all power electronics on polygons.
EQS will give its owners to take full advantage of all the advantages of fully electrical architecture regarding space and design, having a range of mileage on one charging
This is great news for the entire electromotive community. And what is both great, it strengthens competition in the premium segment of electric vehicles, where for a long time it ruled #tesla Model S, and quite recently, the #lucid Air appeared as an opponent.
Under the implementation of its electric vehicle program, Mercedes-Benz transforms its production lines so that you can collect on the same conveyors to collect, both old models with internal combine and modern electrocars. EQS will be produced with the C # of DVS S-class at Factory 56 in Sindelfingen, one of the most modern automotive plants in the world.
Mercedes-Benz will present a new fully electrical architecture in 2021. At the same time, the company will continue to electrify the most successful platforms. In addition to the average-sized EQC SUV (EQC 400 4Matic, combined electricity consumption: 21.3-20.2 kW * h / 100 km; weighted emissions CO2: 0 g / km) and fully electric EQV truck (EQV 300, combined energy consumption: 26.4-26.3 kW * h / 100 km; Combined emissions CO2: 0 g / km), two fully electric SUVs, EQA and EQB will appear in the compact car segment.
Christophest Starzinski, Vice-President in Mercedes-Benz on the architecture of electric vehicles, is responsible for cars of the EQ family, «
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