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Mercedes EQS's Driving Report.  The electric S-class can do it

Mercedes EQS’s Driving Report. The electric S-class can do it

With the EQS, Mercedes has put a sleek, straight forward electric car on the road. It heralds a new era. Because as early as 2030, the traditional brand that invented the combustion engine will only sell electric cars — ten years earlier than previously planned. Oddly enough, the high-tech car started on simple wooden benches similar to the Oktoberfest in Munich.

“We started in 2016 with the goal of building an electric S-Class,” recalls Markus Schaefer, 56, a member of the Mercedes Development Board. But we questioned our whole modus operandi from the past.” The individual desks were abolished.” We cleared a factory hall and put in it wooden benches, a few desks and sofa corners. We’ve put the entire development team together in this open office.”