The Mercedes-Maybach EQS SUV concept debuts in Munich is a preview of the first fully electric vehicle to go on sale from the luxury-focused marque. The Concept Mercedes-Maybach EQS is meant to showcase the EQS SUV’s design, along with the extra-luxurious and sustainable treatments that will feature on its Maybach derivative.
The Maybach EQS concept wears a two-tone body in a combination of Obsidian Black Metallic on top and Zircon Red Metallic on the lower portion. Also, chrome surrounds the pillars, and the B-pillar has the brand's M emblem in a pattern on them. Like the EQS sedan, the SUV concept has automatic front and rear doors. The handles extend as you approach and then the doors open by themselves. Meanwhile, the interior aims at providing an elevated and opulent traveling experience. A flower vase "invites seasonal floral decoration," and there is an integrated cooler for drinks as well. The white and blue materials are complemented by rose gold accents. The company is projecting a range of 373 miles (600 kilometers).