Photo spies reveal the future electric flagship Mercedes EQSOctober 29, 2019
In some photos you can even consider the interior of the future Mercedes EQS. While the prototype is under serious camouflage with additional panels. This allows the company to keep the design of the novelty a secret.
Mercedes is preparing to enter the segment of electric cars with a fairly large line of models. A crossover was recently introduced, and now the company is preparing a luxury sedan. Photospies managed to take a series of photos, and even managed to reveal some of the details of the interior.
The prototype is still hiding behind tight camouflage. False panels hiding the true design are hung on the body, as well as it is completely glued with film. However, in general terms, visible details of the concept of the Mercedes Vision EQS. The front part received a wavy line of headlights, and apparently, the radiator grill will get a hexagonal shape. Three large sensors in the front confirm a large number of security systems and the availability of autonomous driving technologies.
In profile, the EQS has a smooth shape with a curved roof line. Retractable door handles keep the sides smooth. The back is short enough, and it is still equipped with non-serial headlights.
Inside, the interior is covered with dense material. But you can consider a fully digital instrument panel, and judging by the latest developments of the company, the center console will receive a large multimedia display, as well as a touch screen for climate control and other systems.
According to preliminary information, Mercedes EQS will debut next year, but only in the second half of the year.
Meanwhile, the armored Mercedes-Benz G-Class W463 became available for purchase. According to the developers, the car’s armor is able to cope with the machine gun burst and even a mine explosion under the hood.
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