In the United States, the EQE SUV will be the fourth vehicle in Mercedes' all-electric lineup by 2023. As the naming convention suggests, it is a crossover variant of the EQE all-electric luxury midsize sedan. The EQE SUV offers two rows of seats as opposed to the larger EQS SUV and is built in Mercedes' Tuscaloosa, Alabama, manufacturing facility employing a climate-conscious method. The EQE SUV is the battery-powered alternative to the GLE in the same way as it is an electric option to the E-class. It is smaller and lower than its gasoline-burning twin, measuring 191.5 inches long, 76.4 inches wide, and 66.4 inches tall. Its weight has not yet been made public. Keep reading this model research page by Mercedes Benz of Scottsdale in Scottsdale, AZ, for more information about the 2023 Mercedes Benz EQE SUV.
Three EQE SUV variants will be available at launch: 350+, 350 4Matic, and 500 4Matic. A single electric motor powers the rear wheels of the basic 350+ with 288 horsepower and 417 pound-feet of torque. While horsepower remains the same when choosing the 350 4Matic, torque increases to 564 pound-feet, while the range-topping 500 4Matic delivers a dual-motor system with 536 horsepower and 633 pound-feet of torque. Mercedes claims that its models can reach 60 mph from a stop in 6.3, 6.2, and 4.6 seconds, respectively, and that their highest speed is 130 mph in all cases.
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