Mercedes had all the eyes on them during the Munich Auto Show, as the automaker revealed their newest addition to the EQ Sedan lineup, the EQE.
The sedan is equivalent to the E-Class and will be sold alongside the EQS sedan.
The EQE will deliver 288 HP and have a range of between 545-660 km based on the WLTP rating schedule. The vehicle comes with a lithium-ion battery that provides a usable energy content of 90 kWh.
In addition, Mercedes will offer over the air updates for the car.
Many of the premium-class architecture is the same as the EQS. For instance, the one-bow, cab-forward design and Progressive Luxury design language were present in the release.
As well, much like the EQS, the EQE will feature top of the line technology, including a 56-inch Hyperscreen digital dashboard.
However, the EQE is the smaller of the two EQ sedans.
In terms of upgrades, customers can choose to upgrade the interior design with AMG styling, add larger wheels or even a new Digital Light System.
Like the last Mercedes EQ announcement, the German-automaker did not release pricing or an exact launch window for the EQE.
However, Canadians should expect the vehicle to arrive in 2022, with many predicting pricing to compete with the Porsche Taycan, Tesla Model S, Audi e-tron GT or Lucid Air.