Mercedes is, believe it or not, no stranger to stimulating your sense of smell, with special scents available since the last-generation S-Class. There is in the EQS however a large HEPA filter that removes fine dust from the outside air as it’s coming in. More than that, it also uses activated charcoals to neutralise odours in the air. The EQS also features ‘active fragrancing’ as part of the air-balance package.
We’re not privy to what the EQS looks like on the outside yet, but its aerodynamic performance is a big deal. In addition to this interior detail, Mercedes has revealed the EQS has a benchmark-setting aero efficiency, with a Cd value from 0.20.
"With our EQS, we have created a completely new, future generation of luxury cars,” said Gorden Wagener, Chief Design Officer of Daimler Group.
“Based on our style of sensual purity, we create desire by combining a beautifully seductive sculpture with the most progressive proportion. Key features such as the 'one-bow' design and a holistically integrated, highly reduced and seamless styling gives the EQS its sporty and progressive look. That's what sets it apart from any other vehicle we have ever created - that's what makes our EQS so extraordinary."