Daimler CEO announced Maybach electric carSeptember 7, 2020
An electric Mercedes-Benz EQS can get a luxury version, which will lead the prayer line of battery cars of the German automaker.
The fact that an electric car may be released under the Maybach brand was announced by the head of Daimler Ola Kallenius, who spoke with Bloomberg reporters. He recalled the advantages of the MEA electric platform: with this architecture, the concern has everything it needs to expand the Maybach prayer line. Experts suggest that the luxury electric car under this sub-brand will be intended primarily for the “celestial” car market.
The Germans consider this regional market to be one of the most important and promising ones. Here, the novelty has every chance of becoming a bestseller. As for the “greenest” novelty, the Germans can present a luxurious version of their acclaimed Mercedes-Benz EQS. This electric car, by the way, will be the first in the line of electric models of the brand to be presented in the performance of AMG. The Mercedes-Maybach EQS could get a more spacious cabin, a pair of good-powered electric motors and a new battery that guarantees a record-breaking range.
Recall that with an innovative battery, the brand’s electric cars will be able to drive over 700 kilometers without recharging.
There is no information about the release date of the electric Maybach yet. Obviously, it is not worth waiting for the appearance of new items before 2022. Standard EQS is slated to premiere next year.
Earlier, Mercedes announced an update to the luxury Maybach S-Class. It is expected that the debut of the new generation of the car will take place in November this year. The novelty will receive two powerful versions from the AMG division, as well as a plug-in hybrid engine.
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