Mercedes-EQ

All Electric. All Mercedes-Benz.

Electric vehicles present clear benefits in the areas of sustainability and efficiency, but also in performance and design. At Mercedes-Benz, we pledge to embrace the electric future while continuing to build the greatest cars the world has ever seen.

Electricity in the United States is typically around 12 cents per kWh*. If you drive 15,000 miles a year, that’s about $540*. A year of gas, on the other hand, can cost around $1,400*. On top of that, the price of gasoline can fluctuate wildly, whereas the price of electricity is relatively stable. To see the average price of electricity in your state, visit the website for the Energy Information Administration.

All Mercedes-EQ vehicles undergo rigorous safety testing, just like their gas-powered counterparts. They are tested in extreme heat and cold, are extensively crash-tested, and are built with inherent safety measures to minimize risk in the event of a collision.

Another important thing to note is there is a Federal Tax Credit for buying an electric vehicle. For more details, see your certified tax professional or read about the Plug-In Electric Drive Vehicle Credit from the Internal Revenue Service.

Electric Motor

The Mercedes-EQ electric vehicles all use synchronous motors. What this means: the rotor turns at the same speed as the magnetic field, which in turn provides high torque at low speed equaling efficiency, compact size, and lower weight.

From quicker acceleration to elevated ride comfort, the benefits of electric power are immediate.

Lithium-ion Batteries

Mercedes-Benz EQ vehicle’s next-generation Lithium-ion batteries set new benchmarks in performance, efficiency and charging capacity. Their high energy per unit mass relative to other electrical energy storage systems makes them ideal for a longer-range EV.

Technology “under the hood” is matched by technology in the driver’s seat. Improved battery power is matched by improved design.

Charging

Safe, convenient and cost-effective, the Home Flex from ChargePoint can be installed at your home, so you can charge overnight and be ready to hit the road. Or Mercedes me Charge is the official charging network of Mercedes-EQ. Through MBUX in your vehicle or the Mercedes me connect app on your phone, you can seamlessly plan trips, locate charging stations and initiate payment at nearly 60,000 public chargers nationwide.

The EQS

S-Class levels of luxury with an electric architecture all its own. In stock now.
View Inventory or Build an EQS

The EQB

An all-terrain, all-electric SUV with optional seating for seven. Scheduled to arrive in 2022.
Coming Soon

The EQE

A mid-size sedan with E-Class lineage and electric power. Scheduled to arrive in 2022.
Coming Soon

*Your local prices may vary, this is just a guideline. Be sure to research actual cost to drive before purchasing. To see the average price of electricity in your state, visit the website for the Energy Information Administration.

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