Looks like the EQE will also be available with the 55-inch Hyperscreen.
This week, Mercedes made the shock announcement that it will become an all-electric brand by 2030. From 2025, every new platform will be electric-only. It's not surprising, then, that Mercedes will use the International Motor Show in Munich this September to preview its all-electric future with multiple EV debuts.
One of the stars at the Mercedes stand will be the new EQE Sedan, which will make its world debut at the show. Slotting below the EQS, the EQE "sets the new benchmark in its class" according to a Mercedes as it "combines dynamic performance and handling with relaxed travel."
As we've seen in spy shots, the EQE is smaller than its EQS sibling, with subtle design changes including a third brake light on the trunk. Speaking of which, the EQE has a traditional trunk, whereas the EQS has a liftback. A teaser photo previews the EQE's sleek "one-bow" design. Inside, the EQE will have "generous interior space."
Mercedes has also previewed the high-tech cabin for the first time, confirming that the EQE will be available with the enormous 56-inch Hyperscreen spanning the width of the dashboard. In the EQS, the Hyperscreen's swanky curved OLED screen incorporates a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, a central 17.7-inch infotainment screen, and a 12.3-inch screen for the front passenger. No technical details were revealed but the EQE is expected to get a dual-motor setup offering a range of around 400 miles.
Debuting alongside the EQE will be AMG's first electric performance car. Mercedes describes it as AMG's "battery-electric luxury saloon," which suggests it will be AMG's take on the EQS. Mercedes-AMG has already been caught testing prototypes of the high-performance EQS, which is rumored to have around 670 hp.
Mercedes will also present its first-ever performance hybrid. This will most likely be the new range-topping GT 73e, which will reportedly produce a combined 804 hp from a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 and electric motor.
In addition, Maybach will show a new concept at the show; most likely a concept version of the Maybach EQS SUV teased last week. Also on display will be the EQB and the rugged Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain, which will make its world debut at the show. The Munich Motor Show will open to the public from September 7-12.