Mercedes-Benz is expanding its electric lineup at U.S. dealerships at a rapid rate. The latest addition is the 2023 EQE electric sedan.
On Tuesday, the German automaker announced the 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQE will cost $76,050 (including destination) as it rolls into U.S. dealers.
That price applies to the base rear-wheel-drive 350+ sedan, but it’s far from stripped. Every EQE will feature a 12.8-inch touchscreen, a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, navigation, a panoramic roof, a Burmester sound system, a surround-view camera system, and heated front seats. More powerful all-wheel-drive EQE 500 models will feature rear-axle steering.
Upper Exclusive and Pinnacle trims, starting between $78,150 and $92,650, add upgrades ranging from augmented reality for the navigation system and four-zone automatic climate control to a head-up display and a 100-watt USB-C package that Mercedes-Benz has not fully outlined.
Options will range from the automaker’s Hyperscreen environment with three screens mounted to the dashboard under a single pane of glass to an air suspension and AMG Line trim, none of which has been priced yet.
The EQE is powered by a 90.6-kwh battery, and in base 350+ form it is rated at 305 miles of range by the EPA. Range ratings for the all-wheel-drive EQE and more powerful EQE 500 models have not been released yet.
Mercedes said EQE buyers will receive an unlimited number of free 30-minute DC fast-charging sessions at Electrify America chargers for the first two years of ownership.
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