Editors’ Picks: Top Cars We Drove in 2021

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2022 Mercedes-AMG EQS
Earlier this year Mercedes-Benz entered the electric car fray with the luxurious EQS —a full-size luxury electric sedan. As a proper (and expected) follow up, the Mercedes-AMG EQS joins the lineup as the first all-electric model from AMG. The AMG designation translates to more power, stiffer suspension, better handling and, in most cases, a throaty roar from quad exhaust outlets. The EQS also has all these attributes — except the last, since nobody will hear it approaching. That said, they will see it, and some may not be crazy about its jellybean-like shape, although there is function behind that form. Without the need to build around an internal combustion engine and powertrain, Mercedes engineers and designers were able to concentrate on aerodynamics, making this one of the most slippery (aerodynamically speaking) cars on the road.

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