In 2023, Mercedes-Benz EQE will be the all-electric and distinctively looks like Mercedes EQS. EQE is the electric version of E-class. It comes with long wide screen called as ‘hyperscreen’. The EQE could stands somewhere between Tesla’s Model 3 and Model S. It offers single-motor connected to rear wheels produces 288 HP and covers 300 miles within single charge. EQE take 30 minutes to charge from 10 to 80 % with its fast charging technology. The dual motor setup with AWD is optional for another variant.
What’s New For 2023 ?
The EQE is completely new for the Mercedes-Benz. It stands below the luxurious and larger EQS. It expected to launch in 2022 in U.S.
Pricing & features
Mercedes-Benz hasn’t announced any statement about EQE’s pricing, but we expect that the pricing will starts from $65,000 which is $13,000 expensive than base variant of E-class.
The features include 56-inch hyperscreen with MBUX software, heated and ventilated cushions, panoramic sunroof, ambient lighting, heads-up display, four zone climate control, automatic front doors and wireless charging technology.
The safety features include 360-degree camera, automatic high-beam headlights, self-parking technology, forward collision warning and automated emergency braking as standard, lane-departure warning and lane keep assist, adaptive cruise control is available with stop and go technology.
Engine, 0-60mph, Top Speed & Performance
The Mercedes-Benz EQE350 generates 288 HP and 391 pound-feet of torque with its single electric motor connected to rear wheels. EQE can accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in just 5.6 seconds with top speed of 130 mph. The seconds motor produces 400 HP and connected to the front wheels. But Mercedes hasn’t announced how powerful is the 4Matic variant. It also offers rear-wheel-steering system and air suspension for extra practicality and comfort.
The EQE is 4946mm long, 1961mm wide and has 1512mm of height with 3120mm of wheelbase.
The Mercedes-Benz EQE accommodates a 90.6 kWh battery setup which covers driving range of 300 miles. Brand says that battery took 9.5 hours to charge 10 to 100% with 240-volt level 2 charger. But with DC fast charging, it took 31 minutes to charge from 10 to 80%.
Interior & Exterior
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