Mercedes-Benz is expected to unveil the EQE sometime in 2022, post the launch of the larger EQS.
Mercedes-Benz is slowly expanding its electric vehicle line-up under its EQ brand. The German carmaker is now said to be working on a new model, the EQE.
Ahead of its expected global unveil sometime next year, the Mercedes-Benz EQE has been spied testing in cold-weather conditions. The spy shots show a completely camouflaged car, said to have the production-spec body panels underneath.
The Mercedes-Benz EQE is expected to feature a design similar to its upcoming larger sibling, the EQS SUV. The EV will feature a simulated grille at the front, similar to all EQ offerings from Mercedes-Benz, while the lower part of the bumper features an air intake. The side profile offers a proper SUV look, while also featuring large V-shaped aerodynamic alloy wheels and flush-fitting door handles. The spy images give a glimpse of the car’s LED taillights as well as the front headlamps. The rear is smooth with minimalistic styling.
Mercedes-Benz is expected to offer the EQE in various trim levels, including a RWD, 4MATIC AWD and the performance-oriented AMG version. The RWD version is said to feature a 90.6 kWh battery pack, with an electric motor powering the rear axle. The powertrain is said to produce 288 BHP and 530 Nm and should have a range of 660 km on a single charge.
The new EQE will be positioned between the EQC and the upcoming EQS. Mercedes-Benz is expected to unveil the EQE sometime in 2022, post the launch of the larger EQS.
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