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Mercedes-Benz Wants You to Pay to Drive Faster

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The Mercedes EQE, shot in Turkey, is one of two models that can be registered for the Acceleration Increase.

The Mercedes EQE, shot in Turkey, is one of two models that can be registered for the Acceleration Increase.
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If you have to go fast, Mercedes-Benz says you have to sweat more. The German automaker has announced a new feature called ‘Increase Acceleration’ that will increase your car.Ability to accelerate (get it?) but it comes at a cost $1,200 per year.

Drivers behind the wheel of the company’s fully electric vehicle line, the Mercedes EQ, can register for increased acceleration in Mercedes-Benz. This is said to reduce his acceleration time from zero by one second.To-60 mph. This new feature is more specifically available on the Mercedes EQ EQS and EQE cars, increasing the electric motor power from 215 to 260 kW in the EQE models and from 265 to 330 kW in the EQS models.

“The feeling of driving the Mercedes-EQ is a new experience every day, especially its powerful and immediate acceleration,” wrote Mercedes. its website“The increased acceleration makes this performance even better. By electronically increasing the power of the motor, the torque is also significantly increased, taking you from 0 to 60 MPH in less time. ”

How funny. Mercedes-Benz says the increased acceleration is just “coming soon,” with prices dropping to $100 per month, but the feature is only available for his one-time $1,200 annual fee.As The Barge Reportedly, the upgrade doesn’t actually change the car’s hardware, it just pushes more of the motor’s capabilities, prompting Mercedes to squeeze the car’s full potential to sell this upgrade. It is possible that you are implying that you are

For the average driver, one second of acceleration may not be a big deal. Trends in subscription-based automotive microstransaction. Earlier this summer, BMW announced it would be charging. Regular fee for heated seatswhich is equivalent to $18 per month, $180 per year, or $415 with unlimited access.

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