As is to be anticipated, the German marques dominated at this 12 months’s Munich motor current, establishing monumental stands not solely inside the expo centre on the outskirts of metropolis, nevertheless inside the very coronary coronary heart of Munich’s outdated metropolis. BMW, Porsche, and Audi all gave sturdy showings (I considerably cherished Audi naming its stand the “corridor of progress”), nevertheless one mannequin stood out amongst all the rest, not just for the size of their elaborate reveals, nevertheless for the quantity of thrilling new metal on current: Mercedes.
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No less than five new all-electric Mercs had been unveiled remaining week: two as concepts, three production-ready. That’s a fairly excellent assertion of intent from a mannequin who in the meanwhile sells exactly two electrical autos. Briefly, they’re as follows:
The Mercedes EQG Idea: an all-electric variant of the enduring, absurd, and unbelievable G-Wagen, which has already been confirmed for manufacturing.
The Mercedes-AMG EQS: The primary-ever EV to placed on the legendary AMG badges of Mercedes’ skunkworks. An ultra-luxury wafter with the ability to hurry up from 0-60 faster than your frequent supercar.
The Mercedes EQE: It’s to the E-Class what the EQS is to the S-Class. However you almost certainly guessed that. Makes use of the an identical bespoke EV construction as a result of the EQS too, which implies heaps and lots of cabin space.
Mercedes EQB: Flying barely beneath the radar was Merc’s boxy compact SUV. Its event piece? Non-obligatory third-row seating, making it considered one of many solely electrical seven-seat family haulers. Simply be warned that these rear seats are designed for sub-5-foot-4-inch occupants solely…
Mercedes-Maybach EQS Idea: An huge heart finger to the world on wheels. A car for people who suppose the frequent EQS is “for peasants.” Completely obnoxious, as a range-topping Maybach must be.
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