Mercedes introduced a paid subscription to increase the speed in electric vehicles (2 photos)

Category: Car news, PEGI 0+
2 May 2023

Owners of the new EQE and EQS sedans, as well as crossovers of the same name, are in for an unpleasant surprise.

Last year, the company announced a small update, and now it is in effect. Machine power upon purchase partially blocked by software. To be more precise, then Mercedes cuts power by 20-24%, naturally, time increases overclocking.

The company explained that fans to drive will have such an opportunity for a voluntary-compulsory payment. For EQE subscription costs $60 per month or $600 per year, but for EQS owners for the same service you have to fork out $90 a month or $900 a year. Are you planning to ride by car until death? No question, here's an option for life subscription - for EQE for $1950, but for EQS - $2950.

For this amount, the EQE owner will receive an additional 60 horsepower and will reduce the car's acceleration speed to 100 km/h from 6 seconds to 5.1. Well, EQS can be accelerated to 100 km/ h in 4.5 seconds. The same buns can be bought in addition to the SUV Mercedes-EQ EQE 350 4MATIC and to the Mercedes-EQ EQS 450 4MATIC.

Well, then, apparently, there will be a paid subscription to brakes, airbags and turn signals.

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