It’s no secret that the Mercedes EQS marks a bold step forward for the future of electric vehicles (EVs). We only spent a short time with the car, but we were still able to get a first-hand taste of its impressive range, speed and technological credentials, which dwarf those of the brand’s more affordable electric alternatives like the EQA, EQB and EQC.
Until now, though, we hadn’t been given a concrete figure for its UK price. Well, the EQS 450+ is now hitting showrooms across the country – and the entry-level model will set you back £99,995.
The EQS will ship in a variety of trim levels, with each variant demanding a steeper fee as you add more bells and whistles. As per Autocar, the entry-level AMG-Line car comes as standard with 20-inch alloy wheels, rear-axle steering, a panoramic sunroof, and heated seats in both rows, but ...
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