Mercedes-Benz EQS EV Online Orders Launch in Europe, Pricing from $106,000 Euro

Mercedes-Benz unveiled first designs for its EQS electric vehicle (EV) earlier this year, and the company has officially made the EV available online, as shown in a recent post.

The order configurator for the Mercedes-Benz EQS is now online (via @Tesla Adri). The vehicle starts at a price of 106,374.10 ($124,681 USD), with an added color option for 13,693.90 €, with additional options that can “easily add 30,000 €+ in extras.”

The Mercedes-Benz EQS shows New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) range at 843 kilometers (523 miles), which is not as accurate as Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test (WLTP).

Some users in the thread have criticized the announcement, saying that the luxury EV’s prices and extra options are too high – especially compared with the more-modestly priced Tesla Model 3 and luxury EV the Model S Plaid.

In any case, it’s clear that Mercedes-Benz is going for a luxury EV with this vehicle, set for delivery in 2022 throughout Europe.

Mercedes-Benz Canada announced last month plans to partner with FLO on EV charging, both for residential charging and for expanding the public charging network.

The company also said Mercedes-Benz will only sell EVs as soon as 2030 – nearing when many countries, states and municipalities around the world have set goals to at least begin transitioning to EV-only sales for new cars.