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2022 EQS vs. 2022 Tesla Model S

2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS vs. 2022 Tesla Model S
2022 EQS

vs.

2022 Tesla Model S
350–487 Miles Per Charge

Estimated Range

Up to 412 Miles Per Charge
Standard

Wireless Apple CarPlay™ and Wireless Android Auto™

Unavailable
Genuine Leather

Standard Upholstery

Synthetic Leather
56-inch MBUX Hyperscreen

Available Display

17-inch Tablet-Style Touchscreen
Standard

Voice Control with Natural Language Understanding

Not Available

In the search for the ultimate luxury EV model, many Providence and East Greenwich drivers find themselves at a crossroads between the 2022 EQS vs. Tesla Model S. These two models have dominated headlines with their eye-catching designs and innovative technology.

 

 

While the Tesla Model S was once the talk of the Cranston, it has taken a backseat to the wealth of competitors on the market—like the brand new EQS Sedan. Take a closer look at the EQS vs. Tesla Plaid to see why the EQS is gaining such support from customers and industry experts alike.

Tesla vs. Mercedes-EQ: Range

The Tesla gained a lot of attention recently for its range controversy, and this has given the EQS time to shine. Though the Long Range Tesla Model S had an estimated 412-mile range on paper, Tesla has shown a long history of failing to perform in real life road tests. Car and Driver reported that “2020 Model S we tested posted a 222-mile highway range number against its 326-mile EPA estimated driving range; the Plaid managed 280 miles of its claimed 390 miles of range.”

On the other hand, the EQS has surpassed its EPA-estimated range of 350 miles. Edmunds found that the EQS reached a real-world range of 422 miles on a single charge. That far surpasses the Tesla’s testing performance— as well as its original estimate! Between the EQS vs. Tesla Plaid, it’s clear that the EQS is the smarter choice.

Tesla vs. Mercedes-EQ: Features

Next, how do the 2022 EQS and the Tesla Model S stack up in terms of interior quality? U.S. News said that “the Model S’ build quality still doesn’t live up to rivals from Audi, Mercedes-Benz, and Porsche. Critics typically note some misaligned panels, squeaks and rattles, and more road noise than expected for a luxury sedan.”

On the other hand, the Mercedes-Benz lineup has been well-known for its opulence and craftsmanship for decades of excellence. And when comparing the EQS vs. Tesla Plaid, it’s no competition:

  • The EQS has the option for a fully-integrated 17.7-inch portrait style central touchscreen, which is larger than the 17-inch tablet-style touchscreen on the Tesla.
  • The EQS has a jaw-dropping 56-inch MBUX Hyperscreen that spans the entire length of the dash as part of its design, while the Tesla offers a much more conventional design.
  • The Tesla doesn’t offer basics like Apple CarPlay™ or Wireless Android Auto™, while the EQS makes them standard.
  • The Tesla Model S only offers synthetic leather interior options, while the EQS is upholstered in genuine leather as a standard feature.
  • The EQS also offers plenty of high-tech exclusives: Voice Control, Natural Language Understanding, and 64-color Ambient Interior Lighting.

Experience the New EQS at Mercedes-Benz of Warwick

You’ve seen the evidence, now experience the winner at Mercedes-Benz of Warwick. Take a look at our new EQS inventory in our Warwick showroom, or contact us with any questions. We’d be happy to get the keys in your hand for a test drive, so take the next step toward owning the ultimate luxury electric vehicle.

 

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