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Mercedes-Maybach EQS concept unveiled; to arrive in 2023

The concept SUV carries distinct design elements from both the Maybach and the Mercedes-EQ families.

Mercedes-Benz has unveiled the Maybach EQS SUV concept at the ongoing 2021 IAA Mobility Show in Munich, Germany.

The new Mercedes-Maybach EQS is said to be a 'near-production' concept and is scheduled to arrive in international markets, sometime in 2023. Once in production, it will become the first fully electric series production model in the Maybach line-up.

The concept SUV carries distinct design elements from both the Maybach and the Mercedes-EQ families. This includes a large black panel upfront with vertical pin-striping, mimicking the signature Maybach grille. This is flanked on either side by sleek LED headlamps and the Mercedes' three-pointed star emblem on the bonnet.

Other features include the two-tone Zircon Red Metallic and Obsidian Black Metallic paint scheme, large 24-inch alloy wheels, thin LED tail lights running across the width at the rear and the signature Maybach 'M' logo on the D-pillar. The SUV also comes with plenty of chrome highlights all around.

On the inside, it carries forward the luxury quotient of a Mercedes-Maybach. The Maybach EQS SUV features the brand's Hyperscreen with Maybach-specific display, floating centre console, a futuristic steering wheel and plenty of other premium elements all around the cabin.

While Mercedes-Benz didn't reveal the specifications of the Maybach EQS, they did confirm that the ultra-luxurious SUV will offer a range of 600 km on a single charge.

 
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