它將在美國的梅賽德斯-EQ EQE 350和EQS 450車輛以及它們的SUV對應車型上購買。
根據梅賽德斯美國在線商店的說法，該功能 "以電子方式增加 "汽車發動機的輸出，以及扭矩。
總的來說，它估計這相當於增加了20-24%的輸出，使梅賽德斯-EQ 350 SUV能夠在大約5.2秒內從0-60英里/小時加速，而不使用該功能則需要6.2秒。
蘇格蘭汽車作家協會主席、鄧迪的《信使報》汽車編輯Jack McKeown說，奔馳的新功能 "不令人驚訝，但令人沮喪"。
Mercedes-Benz is to offer an online subscription service in the US to make its electric cars speed up quicker.
For an annual cost of $1,200 (£991) excluding tax, the company will enable some of its vehicles to accelerate from 0-60mph a second faster.
Mercedes has confirmed to BBC News it currently does not plan to introduce "Acceleration Increase" in the UK.
It will be available for purchase in the US on the Mercedes-EQ EQE 350 and EQS 450 vehicles, as well as their SUV counterparts.
According to the Mercedes US online store, the feature "electronically increases" the output of the car's motor, as well as the torque.
All told, it estimates this amounts to a 20-24% increase in output, allowing a Mercedes-EQ 350 SUV to accelerate from 0-60mph in about 5.2 seconds, as opposed to 6.2 seconds without the subscription.
Jack McKeown, Association of Scottish Motoring Writers president and motoring editor of the Courier newspaper, in Dundee, said Mercedes's new feature was "unsurprising but dispiriting".
"When you pay a monthly subscription for a phone or for broadband, you're paying for the company to supply and maintain a data network," he said.
"Mercedes is asking you to pay for hardware it has already installed in the car - and which it presumably already made a profit margin on when you bought the car.
"Trying to leverage even more profit out of subscription services is a worrying trend and I hope there is a consumer backlash against it."
In July, BMW faced a backlash when it announced customers could pay £25 per month to unlock heated seats and steering wheels in their cars.