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2022 Mercedes-AMG EQS starts at $148,550, adding some free charging

AMG’s first all-electric model comes in two versions and includes two years of free fast charging through Electrify America.

2022 Mercedes-AMG EQS starts at $148,550, adding some free charging
2022 Mercedes-AMG EQS starts at $148,550, adding some free charging

The 2022 Mercedes-AMG EQS will start at $148,550 when the all-electric sedan goes on sale this spring.
Mercedes says the AMG EQS includes two years of free fast charging at Electrify America, but sessions are limited to 30 minutes.
The 2022 AMG EQS will be offered with two levels of good equipment: Exclusive and Premium.
Admission for the electrified luxury thrill ride known as the 2022 Mercedes-AMG EQS is $148,550. That six-figure starting price gives buyers of AMG’s first all-electric model, which fans of the brand will recognize as Mercedes’ premium performance division.

Every AMG EQS has a two-wheel drive system, four-wheel drive, which produces 649 horsepower, but that power is as high as 751 horses. We’ve experienced firsthand the spectacular acceleration that all that electric horsepower has to offer. What we haven’t experienced yet is free fast charging access at electrify America charging stations that Mercedes says it will offer for the first two years. Although the company says the number of times an owner can charge is unlimited, each individual session is limited to 30 minutes.
Along with the announcement of the starting price of the revised EQS 2022 AMG, Mercedes said that it will be offered at exclusive or pinnacle trim levels when it arrives in the U.S. market this spring. The list of standard features on both models includes a 56-inch Hyperscreen display, adjustable pneumatic suspension with a specially adjusted adaptive damper, and a rear-wheel drive system that can rotate up to 9 degrees.

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