Mercedes, like many other traditional car brands, is coming to grips with the need for electric models to challenge Tesla and deliver sustainability. Photo: @mercedeseq/Instagram
Mercedes, like many other traditional car brands, is coming to grips with the need for electric models to challenge Tesla and deliver sustainability. Photo: @mercedeseq/Instagram
Daniel Langer
Opinion

Opinion

Daniel Langer

Mercedes is bringing sexy back with its electric EQS, the first of a more sustainable range to rival Tesla’s Model S and the Porsche Taycan

  • Maybachs, S-Classes and G-Wagons are known for their comfort, but show Mercedes’ – and the car industry in general’s – former disregard for sustainability
  • Tesla’s Plaid version of the Model S still outperforms the EQS, offering Netflix and video games, but the Mercedes’ boasts state-of-the-art infotainment

Mercedes, like many other traditional car brands, is coming to grips with the need for electric models to challenge Tesla and deliver sustainability. Photo: @mercedeseq/Instagram
Mercedes, like many other traditional car brands, is coming to grips with the need for electric models to challenge Tesla and deliver sustainability. Photo: @mercedeseq/Instagram
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