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Review: The all-electric Mercedes-Benz EQS is exquisitely sumptuous — and eyewateringly expensive

Driving Mercedes-Benz's flagship all-electric EQS is a joy but with a price tag of up to €180,000 is the car really worth it?

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"At 5216mm long, the EQS is one of the largest in the Mercedes-Benz range."

"At 5216mm long, the EQS is one of the largest in the Mercedes-Benz range."

"The Mercedes-Benz EQS' optional Hyper Screen is priced at €12,213"

"The Mercedes-Benz EQS' optional Hyper Screen is priced at €12,213"

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"At 5216mm long, the EQS is one of the largest in the Mercedes-Benz range."

Something unusual happens when you drive the new Mercedes Benz EQS: complete strangers want to peer inside it, passers-by swarm you with mobile phones and the curiosity around it is unmatched by anything I have tested lately.

The EQS is Mercedes’ new flagship all-electric car and our test model priced at €168,000 is one of the most expensive cars they make. Available in two versions, the base price of the EQS 450+ is €129,965 and promises to reach 717km on a single charge. There is also an all-wheel-drive version priced from €180,015.


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