Mercedes-AMG EQE Combines Speed & Power, But Is Utterly Silent

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The Mercedes AMG EQE performance range offers up to 677 horsepower and 1000 torque! The Mercedes AMG battery-electric performance model range now includes the EQE, available in 43 4Matic and 53 4Matic+ trims.

The 43 4Matic is the entry-level model in the Mercedes AMG EQE range, and it features two electric motors that deliver 350 kW (469 BHP) and 858 Nm of torque. With a top speed of 210 km/hr, the 0-100 km/hr sprint takes just 4.2 seconds.

If the optional AMG Dynamic Plus pack is selected, the Mercedes AMG EQE 53 4Matic+ has 2 electric motors with power ranging from 460 kW (617 BHP) to 505 kW (677 BHP).

Torque is claimed to be between 950 and 1000 Nm. With this model, you can hit 240 km/hr tops and sprint 0-100 km/hr in 3.3 seconds. It has an all-wheel drive system.

In both models, a 90.6 kWh (usable energy content) battery (328 V) is used, along with an on-board charger of 11 kW. The range is claimed to be between 462 km and 533 km for the EQE 43, which weighs 2525 kg, and 444 km and 518 km for the EQE 53, which has the same weight.

The energy storage system can charge to up to 170 kW at fast charging stations. At this rate, 180 km of range can be added in 15 minutes. With predictive route planning, customers can manage range on a trip.

The AMG Ride Control+ air suspension with adaptive adjustable damping is based on a four-link front axle and multilink rear suspension. The car will lower itself at speed for lower power consumption. Moreover, there are drive modes – Slippery, Comfort, Sport, Sport+ and Individual – too.

Both Mercedes-AMG EQE models are equipped with rear axle steering (up to 3.6 degrees) as standard, high-performance brake system (6-piston brake callipers and 415 mm discs up front and single-piston brake callipers for 378 mm discs in the rear). Larger ceramic brakes are optional and can only be used with 21-inch wheels.

Visually, the Mercedes AMG EQE naturally looks like a sportier version of the regular EQE. Mercedes states standalone AMG vehicles based on the AMG.EA platform will arrive in the future. In addition to the AMG-specific black panel grille, the rear spoiler is blacked out, which is the key to its differentiation.

AMG seats, man-made leather with microfibre and red decorative stitching (nappa leather upholstery optional) and AMG badges and emblems are found inside the car. Digital Light headlamps and LED tail lights are also included.

There is, of course, a Hyperscreen (optional) running the MBUX system at the center of the cabin, while customers will also receive AMG performance steering, aluminium paddles, and more, like the AMG Dynamic Plus pack, AMG Sound Experience, and AMG Night Package.

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