Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV electric crossover shown in photos before the premiere

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Spy photos of the Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV have been published. Mercedes-Benz’s top-of-the-line electric crossover will be unveiled on March 19, but its appearance is no longer a secret, the Cochespias website reports.

The design of the Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV largely repeats the style of other models of the electric lineup EQ and especially – junior crossovers EQA and EQC. In place of the grille, it has a plastic plug with LED lighting and a three-beam star. The door handles are retractable, and the lights extend the full width of the body.

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The lights are stretched to the full width of the body

The Interior of the Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV has already been declassified in the official photos. It is made in the spirit of EQS liftback – with a huge 56-inch display full length of the front panel. The multimedia will be complemented by facial recognition.

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The display stretches across the entire front panel.
Photo: Mercedes-Benz

The crossover will be offered in a seven-seat version. The electric car set will include leather and wood trimming, four-zone climate control, electric drives of seats of the first two rows, air suspension, and removable tablets for rear passengers.

The Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV crossover is built on the MEA platform, designed specifically for electric cars. From the beginning, it will be offered in an all-wheel-drive version with two motors with 523 hp. Later there can be also a 725-horsepower variant from AMG.

The range of the Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV will be about 500 km.

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The seats of the first and second row received electric drive.
Photo: Mercedes-Benz

The electric Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV is being prepared for production at a plant in Alabama (USA) where gasoline and diesel Mercedes-Benz GLE and GLS crossovers are produced. It will go on sale starting in the fall at a price of about $120,000 to $125,000.