From the photos shared by Mercedes, the first thing that appears is the combination of technology, luxury and the spacious space of an SUV-type vehicle.
One of the eye-catching features is the optional 56-inch MBUX Hyperscreen that spans the entire front cabin of the car.
It includes a 12.3-inch OLED screen that allows front passengers to watch videos while the car is moving. Interestingly, there is an onboard camera that can detect if the driver is glancing at the entertainment screen in front. The screen will automatically dim to bring the driver back into focus with his gaze on the road.
The interior cabin combines wood and leather to create a “lounge-like” atmosphere and convey a sense of luxury. Mercedes customers can customize the interior in seven different color combinations.
The EQS SUV allows users to add seating in the third row making it possible to transport up to seven people. In the second row itself can be adjusted electrically.
From the Audio side there is a Dolby Atmos sound system and an air filtration system that incorporates a HEPA filter to prevent pollen and dust from entering the cabin.
In addition, Mercedes also announced that production of batteries for the EQS SUV (and SUV EQE) is taking place at a plant in Bibb County, Alabama which will create up to 600 new jobs. Meanwhile, vehicle assembly will be carried out at the old factory near Tuscaloosa, Alabama.