The all-electric model should arrive sometime next year and the Mercedes EQE SUV. Next year, Mercedes will add at least one electric vehicle to its lineup – the EQE SUV. It’s expected to debut sometime in 2022, and it could go on sale by 2023 though we’re still months away from either of the latest spy shots. We caught first The new EV was tested in a full-body camouflage wrap in October, and new spy shots show it still hasn’t taken off its clothes.
Mercedes EQE SUV
Snow covers part of the rear end of the EQE SUV in a new photo of a cold-weather test of the EQE SUV in northern Sweden. It should share its style with other EQ models Mercedes released earlier this year. The EQE sedan and EQS are a good illustration of what the EQE SUV is for It looks just like it arrived though it continues to wear a camouflage wrap that hides its finer design details.
Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV spy shots
Not everything about the new model is a mystery as we know the EQE SUV 350 will have a rear-mounted electric motor producing 288 horsepower (215 kilowatts) and 391 pound-feet (530 Newton-meters) of torque. Despite the addition of a second motor details about the all-wheel-drive 4Matic model remain elusive on the front axle should boost its output. Mercedes-AMG is getting involved in electrification and we could see an AMG EQE SUV variant. Spy shots of the AMG EQE 53 sedan in development.
2023 Mercedes eqe SUV
The interior of the EQE SUV shouldn’t be too far from the EQE sedan as the two share several features and functions. The EQE SUV will offer optional rear-wheel steering and air suspension for improved comfort and maneuverability. EQE is the cross-brother of EQE Sedan though it also serves as an all-electric replacement for the gasoline-powered GLE. Mercedes will reveal the EQE SUV sometime next year and then we’ll get all the interesting details.