2023 Mercedes-Benz EQE Sedan Research by Benzel-Busch

State of the electric art. 

Adapting groundbreaking features from the EQS, the EQE moves the electric vehicle one step closer to its golden age.

More spacious inside than a standard E-Class, the EQE’s interior is a shrine to the pleasures of travel. The new ENERGIZING AIR CONTROL Plus feature helps keep the atmosphere pure, filtering outside particles, including dust and pollution, and can even help reduce viruses and bacteria. Pre-entry climate control further allows drivers to scrub the air before they climb in.

The Mercedes-Benz User Experience system continues to evolve, offering increasing ways to intuitively control the vehicle’s functions. Nowhere is this more apparent than with the latest generation Augmented Reality Navigation System, capable of accounting for weather, topography and charging stops. 

Navigation with Electric Intelligence factors the elements of electric driving into its route calculations: available charge, charging stations en route, the driver’s own driving style, and more, eliminating guesswork. And when it comes to charging stations, the EQE is connected to Mercedes me Charge, providing access to one of the largest charging networks in the world — and to an easy and convenient way to power up while on the go.
 

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The electric Mercedes is expected to have a driving range of over 300 miles as well as fast-charging capabilities that allow it to charge its battery from 10 to 80 percent in about 30 minutes. The single-motor, rear-drive EQE350+ debuts first with 288 horsepower, but the 402-hp EQE500, with dual motors and all-wheel drive, will follow.
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Available equipment for the EQE will include electric-powered doors that open and close themselves, a fingerprint sensor and facial recognition to identify the driver and enable his or her profile, head-up display, massaging seats, ambient lighting, and more.
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