Mercedes will present 8 new models at the Munich show on September 7-12, including five new fully electric models and a high-performance Hybrid Plug-In under AMG brand.
Mercedes continues its electric offensive after reconfiguring its electrical strategy two weeks ago.
Thus, at the Munich show that will take place between September 7 and 12, 2021, Mercedes will present five new full electric models:
– Mercedes EQE – electric sedan in the business class. The new Mercedes EQE (internal code V295) will have two engines, one on each axle that will develop a total of 400 hp and 750 Nm. The 90 kWh battery promises a range of up to 650 km. In 2022 will follow a version with rear-wheel drive. as with the EQS, the full steering with a steering angle of 4.5 degrees is standard, optionally it can be ordered online or when purchasing the car with the full steering with a 10-degree angle
– Mercedes-AMG EQS 53 4Matic + – the first fully electric model of the AMG sports division. We expect it to have a power between that of the EQS 450+ (333 HP) and the EQS 580 4Matic + (523 HP).
– Mercedes EQB – European premiere. It will share the same engine and battery with the recently launched Mercedes EQA. The electric SUV was presented at Shanghai motorshow in April 2021 and will be available in Europe from the end of this year.
– a concept that foreshadows a future Mercedes-Maybach electric model. It will be an EQS SUV under the Maybach brand.
– smart will present the concept of the full electric small class SUV, the first model of the new smart era, resulting from the new Geely-Daimler joint venture. With 4 meters in lenght, it will be the largest smart model in history. It will be based on a completely new platform named SEA and the 70 kWh battery promise a range around 500 km in the NEDC cycle.
As announced at the press conference on July 22, 2021, Mercedes will develop electric versions for the AMG, Maybach and G-Class models. Mercedes also announced that it will abandon the heat engine in 2030, 9 years earlier than planned according to the plan presented in October 2020.
The range of news will be completed with other three models:
– the first Plug-In Hybrid model from Mercedes-AMG under the label E Performance. The Mercedes-AMG GT 73 4-doors will use the 4.0 liter bi-turbo V8 and electric engine for a total output of 800 HP.
– Mercedes S-Class Guard
The 4.2 tone armored car is powered by the bi-turbo V12 with 612 HP and 830 Nm. It is the first Guard model with 4Matic.
– Mercedes C-Class All Terrain
There are rumours about a possible concept for a future Mercedes EQG – the electric G-Class – but nothing was confimed until now.