All-electric models are coming in fast, especially from Mercedes-Benz, and the first model to enter the electric car fight later this year will be the 2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS. Tesla may be known for its all-electric models, but the Mercedes-Benz EQS is ready to give it a run for its money. See what we mean with our 2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS vs 2021 Tesla Model S and find out why the EQS is the right all-electric luxury sedan for you. You can also see our current new Mercedes-Benz inventory in Peoria, AZ at Mercedes-Benz of Arrowhead by clicking the link below. If you want to be one of the first to get an EQS, then do not hesitate to reach out to us with the form below.
2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS
2021 Tesla Model S
|Standard||Wireless Phone Charging||Standard|
|Standard||Rear-Axle Steering||Not Available|
|Available||Massaging Seats||Not Available|
|10 Exterior Colors/10 Interior Colors||Customization Options||5 Exterior Colors/3 Interior Colors|
Out of the gate, you will find many comparable features. Both cars include standard wireless charging and a standard panoramic sunroof. Both also have a similar central screen. The Tesla has a 17-inch screen but the 2022 EQS 580 4MATIC® gets an even larger 17.7-inch screen and adds a 12.3-inch screen that’s dedicated to the front-row passenger. You don’t find that second screen on a Model S.
Another feature that you won’t find on a Model S is rear-axle steering which adds to the standard maneuverability and comfort of the 2022 EQS. The EQS also has available massaging seats, not just in front but also in the rear.
Additionally, the EQS offers far more customization options with 10 exterior paint options, 10 interior leather options, and you also get 7 wheel options and 5 interior trim options. The Model S only has two wheel options and your trim isn’t selectable.