The less powerful version of the EQS offers relative value and range for a six-figure outlay.
After driving nearly every car for sale over the last 20 years, it’s natural for the cars of the past to enter into your thoughts when driving something new. Humans compare experiences to gain perspective, which explains why we were daydreaming about Rolls-Royces while driving Mercedes-Benz’s new electric luxury four-door, the EQS450+.
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