The Mercedes EQS Sedan can now drive out the dealership gate with the Manufaktur customization options. This comes one year after the program became available in the Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe, long-wheelbase S-Class, Mercedes-Maybach S-Class and G-Class lineups.
Special paint finishes, as well as interior shades and materials are part of the plan now for all those who want the next best thing to being unique. Customers will be able to choose one from the nine Manufaktur paints, including vintage non-metallic or Kalahari gold magno, both at 7,021 euros.
Five exclusive colors for the interior of the EQS are available via the Manufaktur customization program, all in nappa leather with diamond quilting. The nappa leather wraps the front and rear seats, the armrests in the doors, the center console, as well as the lower section of the instrument panel.
Three color options are new in the range: tobacco brown, mystic red and rose grey.
There is also a Manufaktur steering wheel. It comes in nappa leather, color-coordinated with the respective interior color. The same material is on the edge of the high-pile floor mats.
The special interior package starts at 11,007 euros and customers can tick the option together with the AMG Line interior.
The Mercedes-Benz star logo or the AMG lettering shows up embroidered on the floor mats and head restraints cushions. They also appear on the illuminated door sill trims, while the center console displays the Manufaktur lettering in high-sheen chrome look.
The Emblem Package stars at 1,487 euros and is available for the standard interior with the black seat upholster and black carpet.
With all these Manufaktur customization options included, customers will have to dig deep into their pockets. The Mercedes EQS starts at 109,551 euros in Germany. Meanwhile, the customers from the United States will start customizing their car from 102,310 dollars.