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Mercedes-Benz EQE

2023 Mercedes-Benz EQE Is The Midsize Sedan Variant Of The EQS

This electric sedan is the latest to join Mercedes-Benz EQ class.

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Mercedes-Benz has unveiled the 2023 EQE electric mid-sized sedan as part of the manufacturer’s EQ class. The vehicle looks similar to the larger Mercedes-Benz EQS, so much so that one has to double-check the last letter in each car’s name. The new 2023 EQE will go up against rival EVs in its class, like the Tesla Model S. Its exterior design makes the EQE look like a crossover vehicle, but it is categorized as a sedan. At the front, the EQE wears a blacked-out panel as the background for its diamond pattern and the logo, which houses multiple sensors and cameras.

Inside the new 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQE, we see the optional MBUX Hyperscreen. The screen spans the entire width of the car’s dashboard, giving it the appearance of a vehicle taken straight from a sci-fi movie. Furthermore, this screen uses biometric authentications and augmented-reality navigation to provide state-of-the-art luxury. Future variants include an AMG trim level featuring different bumpers, larger wheels, and an interior with sporty bucket seats. In addition, the Mercedes-Benz EQE will also be available with extensive luxury options like leather and wood trim, massaging seats, and adaptive air-ride suspension.

The 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQE is an electric, rear-wheel-drive sedan featuring a 90.6-kWh battery pack and an electric motor producing 288-hp and 391 lb.-ft of torque. The estimated range for the EQE is 410 miles and can recharge 80 percent of its battery life in 31 minutes using a DC fast charger. We are now looking at the production model, shown in EQE 450 trim, set to begin production in mid-2022.

In other auto-related news, check out Audi’s Skysphere Concept Electric Sports Car.

Mercedes-Benz EQE

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  • Battery: 90.6-kWh
  • Max Power: 288-hp
  • Max Torque: 391 lb.-ft
  • Range: 410 miles