2022 Mercedes-AMG EQS: AMG Goes Electric

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
Aerodynamic
Although some might have trouble calling the AMG EQS attractive, there’s function behind its form. Without the need to build around an internal combustion engine and powertrain, Mercedes engineers and designers were able to concentrate on aerodynamics, and the result is one the lowest coefficients of friction in the world for a production car — a mere 0.23 (slightly higher than its non-AMG sibling). Not only do excellent aerodynamics make this large sedan more efficient, they also dramatically reduce wind noise at high speeds — an important function in an EV with no audible exhaust note to mask exterior sounds.

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