Drivers early in their research for the best new luxury EV often come to our Mercedes-EQ dealership to compare the EQS vs. Tesla Model S differences in pricing, range, 0-60 times, and cargo area. When they hear about the new EQS sedan info, they’re excited to discover who comes out on top.
If you want a flagship vehicle from a luxury brand with a storied pedigree and iconic badge, you want the 2022 EQS from Mercedes-EQ. Schedule your test drive at our nearby EV dealer to experience all this new Mercedes-EQ EV can do.
The all-new 2022 EQS from Mercedes-EQ is like no electric car you’ve ever seen. The EQS is both intelligent and thoughtful, with a recognition system that learns your face, fingerprint, and voice to discern who in the vehicle is speaking and requires attention. The future is now.
While the new 2022 Tesla Model S has lower starting price than the EQS, it does not feature a single 56-inch span of high-tech glass with artificial intelligence. If you’re shopping for a full-size luxury sedan that puts the control in your hands, test-drive a new EQS from Mercedes-EQ.
Might we suggest a spin in the new Mercedes-Benz C-Class coupe for sale while you’re here? We think you’ll enjoy it.
|2022 EQS||2022 Tesla Model S|
|Engine:||Electric motor||AWD Dual Motor|
|Electric Range||350 miles1||405 miles2|
|0-60||5.9 seconds||3.1 seconds|
|Cargo Space||63 cu. ft.||28 cu. ft.|
|Weight||5,597 lbs.||4,561 lbs.|
Now that we’ve seen an overview of how the EQS vs. Tesla Model S compare, let’s look at performance. These new all-electric sedans for sale are motivated by an electric motor, which means immediate torque and rapid acceleration. The new EQS from Mercedes-EQ spools up to deliver 329 horsepower, while the motor in the Tesla S generates an impressive 670 horsepower. But how does that extra performance impact the cargo area and passenger room?
Regarding a Tesla Model S vs. EQS range and performance comparison, both electric cars deliver plenty of thrills. The 2022 EQS from Mercedes-EQ will accelerate you from 0 to 60 mph in 5.9 seconds and take you up to an estimated 350 miles1 of range on a full charge.
The Tesla Model S offers an estimated range of 405 miles2 depending on trim configuration and will rocket you from 0 to 60 mph in 3.1 seconds. If you’re comparing Tesla Model S vs. EQS acceleration, the Tesla Model S is faster.
The EQS from Mercedes-EQ offers five-passenger seating with 41.7 inches of front legroom, 40.4 inches of front headroom, and up to 63 cubic feet of cargo area. The vehicle’s overall length is 207.3 inches, and it sits on a 126.4-inch wheelbase. This EQS is 83.7-inches wide with mirrors and weighs 5,597 pounds. The Tesla Model S weighs 4,561 pounds and offers only 28 cubic feet of cargo volume.
From our EQS vs. Model S comparison, it’s easy to see that the Tesla emphasizes slightly better acceleration while the EQS gives you much more cargo room and usability.
Now that you know more about how the EQS from Mercedes-EQ and Tesla Model S compare, you’ll want to test drive and experience all the new EQS can do. In addition to its impressive performance, the EQS from Mercedes-EQ features great style and design. When it’s time to build your new EQS, choose from the following exterior color options:
To apply for electric car lease incentives, get started today by applying for Mercedes-EQ financing with our team. We can answer your questions about custom lease deals and available tax rebates on new EVs for sale.
To lower starting the price of your EQS from Mercedes-EQ, you can trade in your current vehicle to our nearby dealership in Atlanta, GA. Simply appraise your trade-in with our complimentary auto appraisal form or stop by our convenient location.
After you receive our offer, sell your pre-owned car for cash to our dealership and apply the value toward one of our new Mercedes-EQ models, or decide to keep your vehicle. Our offer does not change based on your decision.
The all-new 2022 EQS from Mercedes-EQ is a full-size luxury electric sedan that is exceptionally built with premium materials and state-of-the-art technology that justifies its price tag over the performance-oriented and lower build quality Tesla Model S.
Current measurements for the new Tesla Model S are not available at writing, but the Tesla Model S only offers 28 cubic feet of cargo volume. In comparison, the EQS from Mercedes-EQ comes with five-passenger seating and a cargo capacity of up to 63 cubic feet. The overall length of the vehicle is 207.3-inches and rests on a 126.4-inch wheelbase.
The 2022 EQS from Mercedes-EQ has an estimated all-electric range of 350 miles.1 The range on the Tesla Model S can reach an estimated 405 miles.2 If you’re looking for the electric car with the fastest charge time, you’ll be glad to know that the EQS from Mercedes-EQ boasts a 10-100% AC charge time of 11.25 hours with the correct equipment.
We hope our Tesla vs. Mercedes-EQ electric car comparison has answered your questions and shown you how these popular models differ. If you still have questions, feel free to reach out to our sales team. We’re waiting to assist you.
1Estimates only. For more information, please visit the official U.S. government source for all fuel economy at www.fueleconomy.gov.
2Estimates only. For more information, please visit the official U.S. government source for all fuel economy at www.fueleconomy.gov.