The First to Bear the Mercedes-EQ Badge

Our newest models are changing the future of Mercede-Benz, and the future of automobiles everywhere.

Mercedes-benz EQS

The EQS Sedan

The S-Class equivalent with an electric architecture all its own.

Mercedes-benz EQS SUV


The SUV, reinvented. The EV, Reimagined.

Mercedes-benz EQB SUV


An all-terrain, all-electric SUV with optional seating for seven

Mercedes-benz EQE

The EQE Sedan

A mid-size sedan with E-Class lineage and electric power.

Mercedes-benz EQE SUV


A new standard in an all-electric SUV takes center stage

Mercedes-benz-AMG EQS Sedan

The AMG® EQS Sedan

The future of driving performance combining electric intelligence and AMG® power.

The Advantage of Electric Intelligence

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.

Electric Drivetrains give us the opportunity to advance our capabilities even further. From quicker acceleration to elevated ride comfort, the benefits of electric power are immediate.

Electric Drivetrains and Technology

Synchronous Motors

Synchronous Motors

All Mercedes-EQ vehicles use synchronous motors, known for their high efficiency, compact size and ability to produce high torque at low speeds.

The MBUX Hyperscreen

The MBUX Hyperscreen

Available in the new EQS, MBUX Hyperscreen is a 56” curved glass instrument panel that stretches from door to door and provides a seamless, highly-intuitive interface.

Lithium-ion Batteries

Lithium-ion Batteries

Positioned beneath the vehicle floor, our next-generation Lithium-ion batteries set new benchmarks in performance, efficiency and charging capacity.

Charging Battery

Charge at Home

There’s no better place to charge up than in the comfort of your own garage. Safe, convenient and cost-effective, the Home Flex from ChargePoint can be installed through Qmerit, so you can charge overnight and be ready to hit the road.

charging in Garage
Charge On the Go

Charge on the Go

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.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are over 65,000 charging stations throughout the United States, with more being added practically every day. The best way to find them is with Mercedes me Charge, our charging ecosystem. Mercedes me Charge integrates multiple charging networks into one, giving you more freedom and flexibility. You can view all available places to charge in the Mercedes me Connect app or even in the headunit of your Mercedes-EQ vehicle.

Yes, but it's worth noting that a standard household outlet is a 110V outlet which is far less powerful than a 240V outlet, which is typically found with dryers or can be installed by a licensed electrician. The good news is that having a 240V charging station installed in your home is easy. The ChargePoint Home Flex is the wallbox we’d recommend. Please go to their website to purchase one. In addition, we recommend using Qmerit for installation.

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Regenerative braking adds to your charge as you drive. When the vehicle is coasting and the driver touches the brake pedal, the electric motor acts as a generator, slowing the car and pumping electric power back into the battery. Essentially, the momentum of the car is converted into extra power, extending your range as you go.

You might have heard of three levels of charging electric vehicles: Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 DC fast charging. Here's what they mean:

  • Level 1 charging: This is charging that takes place on a typical electric outlet.
  • Level 2 charging: This level of charging utilizes a wallbox that’s connected to a 240-volt outlet. Away from home, most public charging stations are Level 2. Some are free, while others require a paid membership. This is the most common type of charging for electric vehicles.
  • Level 3 DC Fast Charging: This is the fastest kind of charging currently available, with a growing number of stations available publicly. The amount of electricity they require, and cost of installation, makes them impractical for home use. DC Fast Charging can also be found along highways, making long road trips possible for EVs

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