Sure, there's some sporting pretension tucked away in this large sedan, but what it really wants to do is cruise.
It will be unveiled at the Munich auto show alongside AMG's first EV and a Maybach EQS SUV concept.
Every large luxury car gets compared to the S-Class, and for good reason.
You don't need a full-size SUV to earn some versatility. A compact or small SUV can be just the ticket.
The EQS is the first in many battery-electric Mercedes-Benz vehicles. There's a lot on the line, but thankfully this EV flagship sets a good example for not just the automaker, but also the entire fledgling segment.
Mercedes really talked up the promise its Vision EQXX holds, and it even brought folks in from its Formula 1 powertrain operation.
The German automaker has big plans through the end of this decade, including several new EV architectures, new partnerships and more.
In total, just 2,232 vehicles are impacted by these actions.