We have actually got Mat and Daniel (the speaker from @carwowDeutschland) in both of these cars and trucks, they have actually been totally charged, and they're going to drive them continually up a British motorway until the batteries are completely diminished!
So let's see how the two compare. Beginning with the Mercedes, we have actually got the top-of-the-range Mercedes-AMG EQS 53. As an outcome it comes equipped with two electrical motors that can produce 658hp and 950Nm of torque. Nevertheless, this vehicle likewise has a ₤ 9,000 efficiency pack added to it, so the power output has actually been increased to 750hp and 1,020 Nm!
The EQS is also equipped with a 107.8 kWh battery pack that is good for a claimed series of 357 miles. Naturally, it's quite heavy, weighing in at 2,580 kg, and an AMG EQS fitted with the ₤ 9,000 efficiency pack will cost around ₤ 170,000.
Next up we have the BMW. It's the 760i edition, and similar to the EQS it's also equipped with two motors. The power output is 544hp and 745Nm of torque. It's much heavier than the EQS, at 2,640 kg, and it has a 102kWh battery pack that benefits a claimed range of 385 miles. Offered it's not the i7M (which isn't offered to purchase yet), it's less expensive than the EQS, beginning with ₤ 110,000.
So which will go further – the BMW, or the AMG? Remark with your guess, then sit back and see which wins!
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