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It is said to be the AMG S63’s equivalent of an EV.
Mercedes has yet to announce the production version of its hybrid model, but reports of how the EQS will spawn a go-faster AMG equivalent are still swirling on the Web. A high-performance variant to take on the new Tesla Model S Plaid is in development. So, with a dual-motor system with enough electric power to act as the traditional AMG S63’s EV equivalent.
Unlike the Benz-branded EQS. The hot edition tuned by Affalterbach’s creative people should run on the recently built EVA design of the business. And will be about the same scale as the latest CLS. Whereas the EQS 550 4Matic offered with the Mercedes-Benz badge said to provide a torque of 470 bhp and 560 pound-feet (759 Newton-metres). The AMG EQS is said to provide more than 600 bhp and 663 lb-ft (900 Nm) channeling to the ground. With a new all-wheel-drive system capable of supplying power to each wheel as required.
EQS-Mercedes-Benz Concept (2019)
The electric grunt could cause the AMG EQS to drop below the four-second mark in the acceleration of 0-62 mph (0-100 km / h). And top it out at a targeted 155 mph (250 km / h). Its wide 100 kWh lithium-ion battery pack installed within the floor should have enough power. Between charges for a WLTP-certified 430 miles (692 km) range.