The Mercedes-Benz EQE Sedan lineup comprises three trims: the 350+, 350 4Matic, and 500 4Matic. The 350+ has a single motor that makes 288 horsepower and 417 lb-ft of torque, while the 350 4Matic adds another motor for all-wheel drive and an extra 147 lb-ft. Horsepower only improved in the 500 4Matic, which used two motors to make 402 hp and 633 lb-ft, also in AWD configuration.
Standard specifications include 19-inch alloy wheels, LED head- and taillights, adaptive highbeam assist, a panoramic roof, and a hands-free power-operated trunk. Features comprise dual-zone climate control, heated 12-way power front seats, keyless entry and start, a 12.3-inch driver-info display, a 12.8-inch infotainment touchscreen with smartphone integration, and 15 speakers from Burmester. The safety suite is extensive, with blind-spot monitoring, front and rear cross-traffic assist, and pre-safe pre-collision mitigation.
Upgrading sub-trim levels improves the specs of the Mercedes-Benz EQE sedan with additional features like heated rear seats, ventilated front seats, quad-zone climate control, additional driver-assistance tech, a head-up display, and an adaptive damping system plus.
There are only a few packages available to the Mercedes-Benz EQE Sedan, since most of the features are locked behind the sub-trim upgrades. The AMG Line Exterior ($2,200) gives the sedan a makeover that includes AMG lower bodywork, a deep front apron with bolder simulated intakes, and flared side sills. Similarly, the $2,100 AMG Line Interior package adds sport front seats, a sport steering wheel, and AMG leather upholstery. The Winter Package costs $1,500 and includes a heated steering wheel, a heated windshield, heated windshield washers, and heated rear seats for sub-trims that don't already include those. Standalone options include the airmatic suspension ($1,900), ventilated front seats ($450), and a head-up display ($1,100).