Naturally, we can expect distinctive wheels, two-tone paint jobs, and Maybach badges, but it’s curious that the Maybach EQS does not appear to be gaining an extra badge on each C-pillar, as is customary for the marque. Inside, it’s safe to assume that rear-seat passengers will be enveloped in luxury while those at the front will likely have a massive Hyperscreen to play with.
We can expect a notable difference in the powertrains of the regular EQS and its upmarket Maybach sibling. While the standard version tops out with the EQS 580 4Matic producing 536 horsepower, the Maybach variant could be offered with a 600 version, producing a little more grunt.
We’ll have to wait for official specifications – the Maybach EQS SUV is only expected to arrive in 2023 at the earliest – but based on our initial impressions of the styling, the all-electric Maybach SUV will be little more than a regular EQS with prettier paint.
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