Electric vehicle development is accelerating at a previously unheard-of rate. Mercedes-Benz and BMW are advancing the process by producing top-tier EV automobiles because they are the sector's pioneers. Only a small number of competitors to the EQS SUV can accommodate three rows in an electric SUV. The SUV version of the EQS sedan's newest electric Mercedes model shows a promising future for Mercedes-electric Benz's SUV game. It competes with the established BMW iX, which has also been a groundbreaking act in BMW's efforts to go electric. Check out this Model Comparison post by Mercedes Benz of Scottsdale in Scottsdale, AZ, to see how the 2023 Mercedes Benz EQS will fare versus the BMW iX as we get more specific.
2023 Mercedes Benz EQS 580 4Matic
2023 BMW iX xDrive50i
|544 hP||Horsepower||523 hP|
||Energy consumption (kWh/100 km)||19,9|
||Battery capacity||105.2 kWh
The two types have similar power outputs but varying torque. The BMW does not have a version that is only rear-wheel drive; however, the Mercedes EQS SUV does. Adaptive air suspension with adjustable ground clearance and incorporated steering is a standard feature on the Mercedes EQS and the BMW iX. The 12.4-meter turning circle is greater than the EQS SUV's 11-meter turning circle when fitted with the integrated steering's 10-degree steering angle, albeit BMW doesn't provide this information (standard 4.5 degrees). BMW's Sport mode causes the suspension to sag by 10 mm at any speed, and the other modes experience a similar effect at speeds above 140 km/h.
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