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Mercedes presenta l'inedito EQS SUV e come accaduto con la berlina, il brand preferisce anticipare gli interni dotati del gigantesco MBUX Hyperscreen da 56'', di serie sulla top di gamma, costituito da tre elementi (strumentazione, schermo touch centrale e schermo davanti al passeggero da 12.3'').

 

Su EQS SUV il passeggero anteriore potrà anche godersi un bel film durante il viaggio e se il guidatore osa girare la testa per dare un'occhiata, il sensore Face-Detect rileverà automaticamente il movimento del conducente abbassando lo schermo così da non permettere distrazioni.

La seconda fila di sedili sarà regolabile elettricamente e lo spazio per le ginocchia varierà tra gli 838 e i 925 mm; mentre la terza fila, opzionale, sarà più comoda e spaziosa di quella presente negli equivalenti GL* a combustione.

 

Gli esterni sono un'evoluzione di quanto già visto sulle "berline" e davvero aggiunge ben poco a quanto già conosciamo. Le misure di EQS SUV si attestano su 5130mm di lunghezza, di cui 3200mm di passo (come EQS), 1727mm di altezza e 1955mm di larghezza.

 

Le varianti disponibili saranno la 450+, d'ingresso, con motore singolo sull'asse posteriore, da 355 cv e 568 Nm  e la 580 4MATIC con due motori elettrici per 536 cv e 858 Nm.

L'autonomia massima è di 600 km in WLTP, decisamente meno dei 770km previsti per la cugina con tetto basso.

 

Tra le dotazioni di serie figurano le sospensioni pneumatiche AIRMATIC con sistema di smorzamento adattivo, il sistema DYNAMIC SELECT che include le modalità di guida Comfort, Sport, Eco e Individual e l'asse posteriore sterzante di 10 gradi. Per quanto riguarda i sistemi di assistenza alla guida troviamo, Active Distance Assist, DISTRONIC, Adaptive Cruise Control, Active Lane Keeping e Blind Spot Assist, Active Stop-and-Go Assist, Active Steering Assist, Active Brake Assist con Cross-Traffic Function e PRE-SAFE PLUS incluso PRE-SAFE Impulse Side.

 

EQS SUV verrà prodotta in America nello stabilimento di Tuscaloosa e per l'occasione hanno anche creato una nuova fabbrica di batterie a Bibb County, mossa che garantirà lavoro a 600 nuovi dipendenti.

 

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Press Release 04/22:

 

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With the luxury saloon EQS and the sporty executive saloon EQE, Mercedes-Benz has entered a new, all-electric era in the upper market segments as well. The EQS SUV, the third model series with this architecture developed for electric vehicles, will soon follow. The SUV offers plenty of space, comfort and connectivity for up to seven passengers in its avant-garde, luxurious interior. Thanks to powerful electric motors, responsive 4MATIC all-wheel drive and an intelligent OFFROAD driving mode, the EQS SUV is also capable of tackling light terrain with ease.

The new EQS SUV shares the long wheelbase (3210 millimetres) with the EQS Saloon, but is over 20 centimetres higher. The dimensions in detail: 5125/1959/1718 millimetres (length/width[2]/height[3]). The interior dimensions benefit from these generous SUV dimensions and from the advantages of the purpose design tailored to the electric platform. The second row of seats can be electrically adjusted as standard. Up to four golf bags fit in the boot. A third row of seats with two additional individual seats and extensive comfort features for all passengers is available as an option.

The EQS Saloon is the current aerodynamics world champion for production cars[4]. Its purpose design with smooth underbody and usually closed radiator shutter was a good starting point for aerodynamic measures on the EQS SUV. The optimisation of SUV-typical flow details led to a hitherto unique combination of spaciousness and aerodynamic efficiency.

All EQS SUVs have an electric drive train (eATS) on the rear axle, and the versions with 4MATIC also have an eATS on the front axle. In the 4MATIC models, the Torque Shift function ensures intelligent, continuously variable distribution of drive torque between the rear and front electric motors and thus the use of the most efficient eATS in each case. The electric motors on the front and rear axles are permanently excited synchronous motors (PSM). The advantages of this design include high power density, high efficiency and high power constancy.

The EQS Saloon was the first model series from Mercedes-Benz in which completely new vehicle functions can be activated in several areas via over-the-air updates (OTA). With the EQS SUV, this offer is significantly expanded. For example, Trailer Manoeuvring Assist or MBUX (Mercedes-Benz User Experience) Augmented Reality Navigation can be activated at a later date.

With the EQS SUV, Mercedes-Benz is taking a major step towards zero-emission mobility and is moving a step closer to fulfilling Ambition 2039. The model is produced in a completely CO2-neutral way. The EQS SUV puts real solutions for emission-free mobility, intelligent resource conservation and responsible circular economy on the road.

The chassis of the new EQS SUV has a four-link axle at the front and an independent multi-link suspension at the rear. The AIRMATIC air suspension with continuously adjustable damping ADS+ is standard equipment. The vehicle level can be raised by several centimetres. In addition to the DYNAMIC SELECT modes ECO, COMFORT, SPORT and INDIVIDUAL, the 4MATIC versions feature OFFROAD, a further mode for off-road driving. Furthermore, rear-axle steering with a steering angle of up to 4.5 degrees is standard. It provides plenty of manoeuvrability in the city and agility over land. Optionally and also via an OTA update, a version with up to 10 degrees steering angle is available.

The principles of Integral Safety, in particular accident safety, apply regardless of the platform. Like all other Mercedes-Benz models, the EQS SUV therefore has a rigid passenger cell, special deformation zones and modern restraint systems. The European version of the EQS SUV is the first Mercedes-Benz model to be able to detect whether rear seats are actually occupied. If a passenger in the rear is not wearing a seat belt, the driver receives a specific warning. Another new feature at Mercedes-Benz is what is known as the occupant presence reminder. This system can indicate children who may have been overlooked in the rear of the vehicle. In vehicles for Europe, Australia and New Zealand, the reminder is on board as standard.

Mercedes me Charge[5] is one of the largest charging networks worldwide: it currently comprises over 700,000 AC and DC charging points, including around 300,000 are in Europe. Since 2021, Mercedes-Benz has ensured a subsequent offset with green electricity when customers use Mercedes me Charge to charge their cars in Europe. High-quality guarantees of origin ensure that as much green power from renewable energies is fed into the grid as is withdrawn via Mercedes me Charge. The new Mercedes me Charge function Plug & Charge makes charging the EQS SUV at public charging stations that support Plug & Charge convenient.

Navigation with Electric Intelligence plans the fastest and most convenient route, including charging stops, based on numerous factors and reacts dynamically to traffic jams or a change in driving style, for example. This includes a visualisation in the MBUX infotainment system as to whether the state of charge of the battery is sufficient to return to the starting point without charging. Charging stations along the route that have been added manually are given preference in the route calculation. Proposed charging stations can be excluded. The estimated charging costs per charging stop are calculated.

With ENERGIZING AIR CONTROL Plus, Mercedes-Benz thinks holistically about air quality in the EQS SUV. The system is based on filtration, sensors, a display concept and air conditioning. The HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) filter has a very high filtration level to trap fine particles, microparticles, pollen and other substances entering with the outside air.

With intelligent software, MBUX fully adapts to its users and provides them with personalised suggestions for numerous infotainment, comfort and vehicle functions. With what is known as the zero layer, the most important applications are always offered on the topmost level within the field of vision, according to situation and context.

The highlight of the interior is the MBUX Hyperscreen (special equipment). This large, curved screen unit spans almost from A-pillar to A-pillar. Three screens sit under a common cover glass and merge visually. The 12.3-inch OLED display for the front passenger gives them their own display and control area. In Europe, and in a growing number of countries, the front seat passenger is also able to watch dynamic content while the vehicle is on the move. This is because Mercedes-EQ is able to rely on an intelligent, camera-based blocking logic: If the camera detects that the driver is looking at the passenger display, the system automatically dims the dynamic content.

The Dolby Atmos sound system® takes the audio experience in the EQS SUV to a new level. Individual instruments or voices of the studio mix can be placed all around the listening area. A new kind of sound animation thus becomes possible: This is because while conventional stereo systems usually have a left-right dynamic, Dolby AtmosÒ can use the entire space and create a 360-degree experience.

Key technical data[6]

 

 

EQS 450+

EQS 450 4MATIC

EQS 580 4MATIC

Drive system

Rear-wheel drive

All-wheel drive

All-wheel drive

Electric motor(s):

Type

Permanently excited synchronous motor(s) (PSM)

Output

kW

265

265

400

Torque

Nm

568

800

858

Rated voltage

Volts

396

396

396

On-board charger (standard/option)

kW

11/22 (USA: 9,6)

 

AC charging time, three-phase (11/22 kW)

h

5/10 (USA: 11,5)

 

DC charging capacity, max.

kW

200

 

DC charging time at fast charging station[7]

min

31

 

DC charging: max. range after

15 minutes[7] (WLTP)

km

250

n/a

n/a

Vehicle

Length/width/height

mm

5125/1959/1718 

Length/width/height (USA)

mm

5125/1959/1718 

Wheelbase

mm

3210

Turning circle (with rear-axle steering 4.5°/10°)

m

11.9/11.0

Luggage capacity VDA
(five/seven-seater)

l

645-2.100/565-2.020

Electrical consumption and range

Electrical consumption (WLTP)

kWh/100 km

23,0 – 18,6

24,0 – 20,0

24,0 – 20,0

CO2 emissions (WLTP)

g/km

0

0

0

Range (WLTP)

km

536 - 660

507 - 613

507 - 613

[1] Data on power consumption and range are provisional and have been voluntarily determined internally in accordance with the "WLTP test procedure" certification method. There are no confirmed figures from an officially recognised testing organisation to date. Deviations from the final data are possible.

[2] Without exterior mirrors

[3] Data for five-seater

[4] The EQS 450+ (WLTP: combined power consumption: 19.8-15.7 kWh/100 km; CO2 emissions: 0 g/km) achieves a best-ever Cd value of 0.20 with 19″ AMG wheel/tyre combination and AMG Line exterior in the SPORT driving mode. The WLTP power consumption has been determined on the basis of Regulation (EU) No. 2017/1151.

[5] In order to be able to use the Mercedes me connect service "Mercedes me Charge", a separate charging contract with a selected third-party provider is required for charging payment and billing purposes. A personal Mercedes me ID and agreement to the Terms of Use for the Mercedes me connect services are required for use of the Mercedes me connect services.

[6] Data on power consumption and range are provisional and have been voluntarily determined internally in accordance with the "WLTP test procedure" certification method. There are no confirmed figures from an officially recognised testing organisation to date. Deviations from the final data are possible.

[7] The charging times are for a 10-80% charge at a DC fast charging station of category "K" or "L" pursuant to EN17186 with 500 A charging current

[8] At DC fast charging stations with 500 amps based on WLTP range

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Press Release 03/22:

 

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  • New battery production plant in Bibb County as Mercedes-Benz prepares to go all electric
  • Up to 600 jobs created at the Mercedes-Benz battery plant
  • New partnership with battery specialist Envision AESC to establish cell factory in the U.S.
  • Reveal of new luxury EQS SUV interior, preparations for production ramp-up in Tuscaloosa underway
  • Highly flexible and digitized production system allows Mercedes-Benz to manufacture electric and conventional vehicles on the same line

Bibb County/Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Mercedes-Benz opens a new battery plant in Bibb County, Alabama, a few months ahead of the start of production of all-electric Mercedes-EQ vehicles in the United States (U.S.). The world’s most valuable luxury automotive brand is getting ready to go all electric by ramping up production of electric cars on three continents. The new U.S. battery factory underscores the importance of the United States within the Mercedes-Benz global production network and the status of Alabama as an export hub for luxury SUVs also in the electric era.

Mercedes-Benz will produce the EQS SUV and EQE SUV in its plant in Alabama, as part of a global push to produce all-electric vehicles at seven locations on three continents. The state-of-the-art battery factory in Bibb County will provide batteries for the new EQS SUV and the EQE SUV.

Ola Källenius, Chairman of the Board of Management of Mercedes-Benz Group AG:
“The opening of our new battery plant in Alabama is a major milestone on our way to going all-electric. With our comprehensive approach including a local cell sourcing and recycling strategy, we underline the importance of the U.S., where Mercedes-Benz has been successful for decades. We’re proud to create new, future-proof jobs to build all-electric SUVs ‘Made in the USA' at a plant that is such an established part of our production family since 25 years.”

The Mercedes-Benz plant in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, has been the production plant for large SUVs bearing the three-pointed star since 1997. Now the plant goes electric with the EQS SUV.Mercedes-Benz is providing a first glimpse of the spacious, progressive and highly digitalized interior of the EQS SUV, ahead of the vehicle’s official world premiere on April 19th.

Mercedes-Benz Made in America

Since the 1990s, Mercedes-Benz has invested a total of more than seven billion dollars in Alabama. Of this amount 1 billion dollars was invested into the battery plant, the logistics centres and to upgrade the production line to make EV’s. Today, Mercedes-Benz U.S. International (MBUSI) employs around 4,500 people and also secures an estimated additional 11,000 jobs with suppliers and service providers in the region. Around four million vehicles have left the Tuscaloosa plant since 1997, with around 260,000 SUVs rolling off the production line in 2021 alone. Roughly two-thirds of annual production is exported, making MBUSI one of the largest exporters of automobiles from the US.

The highly flexible Mercedes-Benz production system allows different models and drivetrains to be assembled on a single production line enabling the plant to adapt to shifts in customer demand. In addition to the GLE, GLE Coupé, GLS and Mercedes-Maybach GLS two electric models will be added to the production line, equipped with batteries from the nearby Bibb County plant.

“The global Mercedes-Benz production network is digital, sustainable, efficient and flexible. Now the new battery plant, with its highly qualified and motivated U.S. workforce, will be a crucial driver of our electric vehicle roll-out plan. Team USA will play a major role in the continued success of Mercedes-Benz and we are proud that our new electric SUVs will also be built here in Alabama for global markets,” said Jörg Burzer, Member of the Board of Management of Mercedes-Benz Group AG, responsible for Production and Supply Chain Management.

Also taking part in the opening ceremony for the battery plant in Bibb County were Kay Ivey, the Governor of Alabama, and other high-ranking regional and international guests. “With the production launch of the ground-breaking M-Class 25 years ago, Mercedes-Benz helped put our state on the cutting-edge of automotive manufacturing,” Governor Kay Ivey said. “Today, with the opening of this new battery plant, Alabama is helping Mercedes accelerate its production of industry leading electric vehicles. We’re proud to call Mercedes a partner, and we’re excited about the future that we are building together in Alabama.”

Bibb County added to global battery production network

Production of the high-performance lithium-ion batteries for the EQS SUV and EQE SUV is CO2-neutral. High-performance lithium-ion batteries are assembled into a complete system on a production line around 300 meters long with more than 70 work stations. Using a fully digitalized production process, a variety of components are combined, including up to twelve cell modules and the so-called EE compartment, for the intelligent integration of the power electronics. Up to 600 new jobs will be created in Bibb County.

The battery system, which will be fitted to the 7-seater EQS SUV, employs a modular design already seen in the EQS and EQE and uses highly advanced cell chemistry containing nickel, cobalt and manganese in a ratio of 8:1:1. The reduction of cobalt content to around ten percent, in addition to the CO2-neutral production of the batteries, enhances sustainability.

With the new plant, Bibb County becomes part of the Mercedes-Benz global battery production network which stretches factories on three continents including in Kamenz, Germany, Beijing China, Bangkok Thailand, Jawor Poland and Stuttgart, Germany. The individual factories supply local vehicle production and, if necessary, are ready for export. Mercedes-Benz is investing more than one billion Euros in the development of the global battery production network.

New safety and training concepts were developed for the employees at the plant. Mercedes-Benz attaches particular importance to training when it comes to operational and occupational safety. For example, every team member who has access to the battery plant must complete a comprehensive high-voltage safety training course. Mercedes-Benz spends a great deal of time and effort on these training courses, especially as the training is repeated regularly.

New strong battery partnership enables ramp-up of Mercedes-EQ SUVs in Tuscaloosa

Mercedes-Benz will be ready to go fully electric by the end of the decade – wherever market conditions allow. To reach its target the company, together with partners, plans to build eight cell factories worldwide with a production capacity of 200 Gigawatt hours by the end of the decade. Mercedes-Benz will expand its partnerships with the world’s leading battery technology companies.

In order to localize important suppliers, Mercedes-Benz is partnering with one of the world's leading battery technology companies Envision AESC. Envision AESC will supply the Mercedes-Benz battery factory in Bibb County with high-performance battery modules from a new plant within the U.S., supplies will commence from mid of the decade.

“To be the leading luxury brand also in an all-electric future, Mercedes-Benz is accelerating the roll-out of its EQ models. This year our portfolio will include nine fully electric Mercedes-EQ models globally, and we have further exciting new products in the pipeline. Establishing a strong battery cell partner network in accordance with our global production strategy is a very important milestone on our way to CO2-neutrality,” said Markus Schaefer, Member of the Board of Management of Mercedes-Benz Group AG, Chief Technology Officer, responsible for Development and Procurement.

“Envision AESC will be a major supplier securing capacity for the next generations of our Mercedes-EQ products built in the U.S. in the years to come. With Envision AESC’s net-zero carbon solutions and battery technology, this new cooperation underlines our holistic approach regarding our sustainable value chain and allows us to secure supplies, to take advantage of economies of scale, and to provide our customers with superior battery technology.”

MO360: Digital and flexible Production 

Thanks to its high flexibility and a comprehensive digitalization with the MO360 digital production ecosystem, Mercedes-Benz is ready to ramp-up and integrate Mercedes-EQ models into series production at its existing plants. This becomes evident, for example, at the “marriage”, the connection of body and drivetrain. The so-called “fullflex marriage” consists of several modular stations which make the connection of different drivetrain variants, and their respective vehicle bodies, possible on the same assembly line.

Production efficiency has been significantly increased through comprehensive digitalization with MO360, the digital Mercedes-Benz production ecosystem. Process and quality improvements can monitored and be implemented across Mercedes-Benz passenger car plants thanks to the networked and connected production system.

MO360 also gives each employee customized information and work instructions in real time giving team members the best possible support in their daily work. Appropriate qualifications are particularly important when it comes to dealing with high-voltage technology.

"Our team here in Tuscaloosa plays a major role in the global success of Mercedes-Benz. We are proud that not only the new all-electric EQS SUV and EQE SUV are being built here in Alabama for markets worldwide, but also their high-performance batteries,” Michael Goebel, Head of Production North America and President and CEO of Mercedes-Benz U.S. International.

The new EQS SUV

Celebrating its world premiere on April 19th, the new EQS SUV will be the first all-electric luxury SUV and the third model based on Mercedes-Benz’s dedicated electric vehicle architecture. With a luxurious interior it is set to redefine an entire segment. Its interior combines the progressive design, refinement and comfort that customers love about the EQS sedan with the space and versatility of the popular large-SUV concept. The look-and-feel is a sumptuous fusion of digital luxury and innovative new trim elements, while the so-called “purpose design” of the electric-vehicle architecture delivers exceptionally generous SUV interior dimensions. Paired with the optional third-row seating and electrically adjustable second row, this offers a level of flexibility to fit the full breadth of customer needs with luxury and style.

The interior design pursues a consistent vision of digitalisation, expressed most impressively by the optional MBUX Hyperscreen, first launched in the EQS sedan. This 56-inch curved screen sweeps nearly the entire width of the vehicle cabin. The MBUX Hyperscreen includes the instrument cluster, infotainment and passenger display in a seamless design. This blends perfectly with the extreme proportions of the band above it incorporating the distinctive air-conditioning vents, and the seemingly free-floating centre console below.

Sustainability

Comprehensive sustainability was a central element of the planning criteria, starting with the highly energy-efficient design of the building itself. For instance, solar thermal energy is used to heat water, while rainwater capture and use helps conserve precious natural resources. Further sustainable initiatives include the intelligent and highly efficient control of LED lighting and ventilation in the battery assembly area. These are augmented by air conditioning systems that take advantage of environmentally friendly refrigerants and modern, energy-saving process technology. Meanwhile, forklifts are powered by hydrogen instead of diesel fuel.

In line with a the Mercedes-Benz strategy of expanding renewable energy production at its plants, the Bibb County site’s entire electricity needs will be met through renewable energy sources from 2024 onwards once planned solar energy projects gain approval.

In addition to circular design and value retention, Mercedes-Benz is equally focused on recycling. With a view to the future return of lithium-ion battery systems from Mercedes-EQ vehicles, the company is expanding its global battery recycling strategy. Mercedes-Benz is starting to build its own battery recycling plant in Germany, based on hydrometallurgy. Analogue to this technology, the company plans to close the recyclable material loop with high-tech partners for battery recycling in China and the U.S..

Additionally, Mercedes-Benz has entered into a five-year partnership with The Nature Conservancy worth more than $600,000 to support the Working Woodlands site in northeast Alabama. Working Woodlands is committed to preserving, restoring and promoting sustainable forestry and nature-based approaches. This also includes the protection of wildlife. The long-term project also contributes to the fulfilment of Mercedes-Benz's sustainable business strategy “Ambition 2039” to have a CO2-neutral vehicle fleet by 2039. 

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Adesso, KimKardashian scrive:

Citroën pronta a fare causa per l’utilizzo di SUV nella denominazione ufficiale


io sono già annoiatissimo da questi interni e schifato dal nome totalmente privo di inventiva.

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Riprende, come era ovvio immaginare, lo stile delle sorelle EQS ed EQE che ho potuto vedere dal vivo e devo dire che non sono affatto male, gli schermi hanno una grafica, una risoluzione ed una risposa al tocco da top della categoria e poi su strada quei sedili sono di una comodità clamorosa. Al momento tra le proposte di plancia con schermi a tutta larghezza, questi di Mercedes li reputo tra i migliori in quanto mantengono comunque una personalità nel design della plancia cosa che invece si perde con plance in cui lo schermo è appoggiato sopra e rende il tutto molto "scrivania" da ufficio.

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19 minuti fa, Cole_90 scrive:

HyperScreen

 

Mah. Non riesco a farmelo piacere. È sicuramente molto scenografico, ma fin troppo esagerato, e sono convinto che non invecchierà troppo bene.

 

Comunque le stelle a tre punte nel legno del bracciolo centrale non si possono vedere.

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Bene, primo messaggio aggiornato con quanto disponibile ad oggi.

 

E niente, non posso davvero capacitarmi di questo nome ai limiti del ridicolo.

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18 minuti fa, Cole_90 scrive:

Bene, primo messaggio aggiornato con quanto disponibile ad oggi.

 

E niente, non posso davvero capacitarmi di questo nome ai limiti del ridicolo.

Potevano fare pure il tunnel touchscreen, almeno la differenziavano dal resto della gamma 😂

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Il debutto definitivo dovrebbe aver come data il 19 Aprile

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1 ora fa, KimKardashian scrive:

Potevano fare pure il tunnel touchscreen, almeno la differenziavano dal resto della gamma 😂

Che poi, l'eqs l'ho toccata con mano.

Sebbene l'hyperscreen sia scenografico, alcune plastiche scricchiolavano.

Alcuni dettagli fantastici però, i sedili per esempio sembrano poltrone.

 

Altro punto importante: essendo l'hyperscreen un mega pannello, hanno scelto un'inclinazione che andasse bene per tutto. Ma così facendo la strumentazione è un po' inclinata in avanti e a me ha dato parecchio fastidio.

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