2023 Mercedes-Benz EQE SUV Research by Benzel-Busch

The new EQE SUV: the key points at a glance

The EQE SUV is the multi-purpose variant of the EQE executive saloon. Like the latter, it is available with the essential innovations of the EQS and at the same time is more dynamic than the EQS SUV. As the fourth model after the two EQS and EQE Saloons as well as the EQS SUV, the EQE SUV uses the new all-electric platform.

Always up to date. The EQE SUV offers the possibility of activating additional vehicle functions via over-the-air technology (OTA) in a number of functional areas. This means that after purchase and having chosen the original new car configuration, some of the EQE SUV's equipment can be individually customised. The OTA functions are available in the Mercedes me Store, and the range will be successively expanded.

CO₂-neutral production as part of the eco-balance. Production of the EQE SUV will start at the Mercedes‑Benz plant in Tuscaloosa, Alabama (USA) in December. The battery factory in nearby Bibb County supplies the batteries for this model as well as for the EQS SUV. Since this year, all of Mercedes‑Benz's own passenger car and van plants worldwide have achieved CO₂-neutral production as part of their eco-balance - including the two Mercedes‑Benz plants in Alabama.


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Instead, the EQE SUV leans on its aerodynamics to help maximize its driving range, which is expected to come in at around 300 miles per charge. The EQE350 SUV comes with a 288-hp electric powertrain while the EQE500 is more performance-oriented, with 536 horsepower on tap.
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The EQE comes with a steel spring suspension standard, and air suspension is optional, as is rear steering which can turn the rear wheels up to 10 degrees. The 4Matic AWD models get a front axle disconnect system, given the more-efficient permanent magnet motors that create drag when they're not in use. All U.S. models will ride on 21-inch wheels.