As the world grapples with new waves of rising COVID-19 infections, businesses and large corporations – in this case, German carmaker Mercedes-Benz – are forced into figuring out new and creative tactics in promoting new products. Just as car sales are increasingly being done remotely, so too was my first experience at the wheel of the 2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS electric luxury sedan a virtual, co-piloted encounter.
I drove the EQC SUV a couple years ago before all this coronavirus madness and was also lucky enough to experience the Mercedes-Benz F 015 self-driving concept car in 2015, the vehicle on which the 2022 EQS derived its one-bow design theme.
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