The Mercedes-Benz 2022 product offensive in Ireland will see the German manufacturer extend its presence in the all-electric sector with the arrival here of a number of much-anticipated new models from its Mercedes EQ family of electric-powered vehicles.
Expected to debut here in the first quarter will be the S-Class-inspired all electric EQS luxury saloon. A fusion of high-tech and artificial intelligence features, it embodies more than 40 new inventions and 20 new design applications.
Also due in the first quarter will be the EQB, which slots into the Mercedes-EQ range above the entry-level EQA and below the larger mid-range EQC. Built to deliver electro-mobility in a family-size package, EQB underlines the continued importance that Mercedes-Benz attaches to their B-size contender.
The second quarter will see the arrival of the E-Class-inspired, fully-electric EQE which recently premiered at the IAA Show in Munich.
Designed as a sporty business saloon offering all of the essential functions of the EQS, though, in a slightly more compact format, it will be followed later in the year by high-performance Mercedes-AMG EQE 43 and Mercedes-AMG EQE 53 versions.
In addition to its all-electric model arrivals, Mercedes-Benz will be adding luxury and performance, in equal measure, to its vastly expanded conventionally powered product range. Earmarked to arrive early in the second quarter will be the new Mercedes-AMG SL – a model widely and justly regarded as one of motoring’s most iconic creations.
Following later in the year will be a high-performance AMG GT 4-door Coupé.