The IRS is not amused!

Get your deductions itemized because the new 2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS arrives on April 15th. Their first battery-electric sedan is the cornerstone of a new EQ lineup. It rides on a modular chassis that will also underpin its siblings, the most capable of having a class-leading range of 478 miles. Both the front and rear engines de-couple from the road while coasting, the free-wheeling effect saves power

A few million miles have proved the car's abilities, even if its limited to 130 mph. Officially rated at 516 horsepower, you will also have 419 lb-ft of torque at almost any speed. Buyers who want the most range will be riding on a battery rated at 107 kWh. It is also eligible for a Federal Tax Credit of $7,500, but we won't know the sticker price until the formal debut. Their goal is to be carbon-neutral by 2039, and the new EQS is a perfect starting point. Stay with us for all the details!

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