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2026 Mercedes-Benz EQS Spied Inside and Out – It's Still Not Pretty, Is It?

2024-02-22 11:40:41
Do you feel like Mercedes does not need to prep a mid-cycle refresh for the EQS yet? So do we, but the three-pointed star brand's flagship electric sedan (technically, it is a liftback) is about to turn three in a few months. Therefore, it is about time for a facelift.

While we were busy with our news, our spy photographers managed to capture several prototypes of the facelifted Mercedes-Benz EQS in two environments, including in Europe's freezing north. All of them had their front and rear ends under wraps, but we could still make out some of the visual novelties.

One of the most important is the fresh headlamp signature, which was apparently inspired by that of the CLA Concept. They are smaller this time around and should provide superior illumination to the road ahead besides making the car look different. The entire face looks about the same, so it is safe to assume the facelifted EQS will not win any beauty contests.

Expect a new front bumper, likely with different air intakes, and perhaps a tweaked grille with the large corporate logo still decorating it next to a smaller one on the hood. The changes are less apparent at the rear, but you can still look for revised taillight graphics and a new bumper. There is no need to speak about the overhangs, wheelbase, roofline, and so on, as it's not a new generation, so everything carries over unchanged.

Our man with the cam managed to get close to two testers, snapping a few images of their interiors. One of them featured the standard screens, and the other included the optional Hyperscreen. Since the dashboards were under wraps, we cannot speak about the supposed novelties here that might revolve around fresh displays and a few tweaks made to the center console.

In the United States, the current Mercedes-Benz EQS comes in the 450+, 450 4Matic, and 580 4Matic trim levels. The entry-level does the 0-60 mph (0-97 kph) in 5.9 seconds, has a 350-mile (563 km) range, and starts at $104,400. The mid-spec is six-tenths quicker, has an EPA-estimated autonomy of 340 miles (547 km), and comes from $107,400, and the range-topping Benz EQS drops the sprint time to 4.1 seconds, has an identical range to the 450 4Matic and has an MSRP of $125,950.

We don't expect any significant novelties in the performance department, where
the Mercedes-AMG EQS Sedan
tops the family. It has an EPA-estimated range of 277 miles (446 km), takes 3.4 seconds to 60 mph courtesy of its combined 751 horsepower on boost, and starts at $147,550. It is possible that the facelifted EQS will launch sometime next year as a 2026 model in the United States.