Write in your schedules, in light of the fact that Mercedes will livestream the disclosing of its fourth all-electric EQ model, the EQE SUV, on Sunday, October 16, 2022.
An all-electric all-rounder, the new EQE SUV will be introduced at 8:00 pm CEST (2:00 pm EST), in a video that substitutes “between dream scenes and reality.” Expected to be basically the same as the EQE, this most recent model will be a somewhat more modest and more reasonable contradiction to the EQS SUV.
Mercedes says that the EQE SUV offers “an exceptionally flexible inside” that it has quite uncovered. Almost indistinguishable from its vehicle partner, it includes a hyperscreen that traverses the length of the dashboard and turbine-style vents at its furthest points.
It will likewise be presented in five organized variety blends. Mercedes recently flaunted the mix of balao brown and neva dark cowhide, which you can see presented previously. Another trim material, in the interim, will offer “the glow of wood with the specialized coolness of aluminum,” as per the automaker.
Although official photographs of the outside have not yet been shared by Mercedes, spy shots figured out how to get it with no disguise on. A completely shut off “grille” and sweptback headlights associated by a Drove light bar interface its plan to the remainder of the EQ range.
As, really, a swelled form of the EQE, we are anticipating that powertrain choices should be practically the same here. That ought to mean a 90 kWh battery pack, and a back mounted engine that makes 288 hp (215 kW/292 PS).
A double engine rendition is likewise anticipated. With those two engines, the EQE 53 4MATIC+ makes up to 677 hp (505 kW/687 PS). A choice with 469 hp (350 kW/475 PS) is additionally conceivable. Four-wheel guiding will be a standard component on the SUV model.
Mercedes will stream the disclosing of the model on its YouTube, LinkedIn, and Twitter pages. Return in with us nearer to the date for more data about the new model. The SUV is supposed to go into creation in the not so distant future at Mercedes’ Tuscaloosa, Alabama, plant.