The Mercedes concern first demonstrated the Maybach EQS concept at the Munich Motor Show, but since then prototypes of the flagship EQS have been tested in the summer. This time the model came out on tests with minimal disguise.
Next year there will be a production model 2024 with an expensive two-tone paint, characteristic alloy wheels, and a unique grille and bumpers in a thin stripe from the Maybach brand. These differences will represent only simple changes in details compared to a conventional EQS SUV.
“This car will receive a unit with a capacity of 536 hp and 858 Nm of torque. The Maybach model will receive a Hyperscreen dashboard with three Mercedes displays as standard, but will surpass both of these cars thanks to an even more luxurious leather trim and a different interior layout.”
The standard EQS crossover has a five-seat configuration and the ability to add a third row of seats to the trunk. The Maybach EQS production SUV will offer two separate seats separated by a console in the second row. There will be no third row.