In the US, the stricter EPA-estimated estimate will likely be around 335 miles. This would fall short of the Tesla Model S Long Range Plus, which offers up to 402 miles of range according to EPA estimates, but this is still impressive considering that the EQS is larger and in a luxury class of its own.
According to Mercedes, up to 186 miles of range can be added in just 15 minutes using a high-speed charger. Helping the EQS achieve this high driving range is its aerodynamically efficient body. With a drag coefficient of 0.20, Mercedes claims the EQS has the lowest aerodynamic drag of any production car in the world. The Toyota Prius is rated at 0.24, for the record.