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Mercedes To Unveil The 2023 EQE Electric SUV On October 16

Mark your calendars, because Mercedes will livestream the unveiling 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 presented at 8:00 pm CEST (2:00 pm EST), in a video that alternates “between dream scenes and reality.” Expected to be very similar to the EQE sedan, this latest model will be a slightly smaller and more affordable counterpoint to the EQS SUV.

Mercedes says that the EQE SUV offers “a highly versatile interior” that it has actually already revealed. Nearly identical to its sedan counterpart, it features a hyperscreen that spans the length of the dashboard and turbine-style vents at its extremities.

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It will also be offered in five curated color combinations. Mercedes previously showed off the combination of balao brown and neva grey leather, which you can see pictured above. A new trim material, meanwhile, will offer “the warmth of wood with the technical coolness of aluminum,” according to the automaker.

Although official photos of the exterior have not yet been shared by Mercedes, spy shots did manage to catch it without any camouflage on. A fully closed-off “grille” and sweptback headlights connected by an LED light bar connect its design to the rest of the EQ range.

As, effectively, an inflated version of the EQE sedan, we are expecting powertrain options to be very similar here. That should mean a 90 kWh battery pack, and a rear-mounted motor that makes 288 hp (215 kW/292 PS).

A dual motor version is also expected. With those two motors, the EQE 53 4MATIC+ makes up to 677 hp (505 kW/687 PS). An option with 469 hp (350 kW/475 PS) is also possible. Four-wheel steering will be a standard feature on the SUV model.

Mercedes will stream the unveiling of the model on its YouTube, LinkedIn, and Twitter pages. Check back in with us closer to the date for more information about the new model. The SUV is expected to go into production later this year at Mercedes’ Tuscaloosa, Alabama, plant.

Spy photo credit: Carpix for Carscoops

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