Mercedes Benz EQE electric car running 660 km in single charge knocked

Mercedes-Benz has taken the wraps off its latest electric luxury sedan EQE. The EQE electric car is built on the EVA2 platform. The special thing is that Mercedes-Benz has made the EQE from 100% recycled steel. This latest electric sedan car from Mercedes will compete with electric cars like Tesla Model 3 and BMW i4. Its maximum range is 660 km and it comes equipped with strong power. One of its highlights is its spacious and beautiful dashboard, which is full of huge displays.

Mercedes-Benz has not yet disclosed the price of the EQE. After the start of production, this electric car will be available for sale from the middle of next year.

The dashboard of the new electric car can make you go crazy at first glance. It is fitted with a 1,410mm wide ‘Hyperscreen’ infotainment system. Spread across the width of the dashboard, this high-definition screen is equipped with the MBUX operating system. Its special thing is that in this the user does not need to go inside the menu to access any feature.


The company calls this “zero layer” access, so users don’t have to go through options one after the other to gain access to a feature, instead they can access the feature directly. Apart from this, a 12.3-inch OLED display has been given for co-passengers.

The Mercedes-Benz EQE electric car will be launched in two variants. Its first trim will be the EQE 350, whose motor will generate maximum power of 288hp and peak torque of 530Nm. However, the exact power and range details of the other trim have not been shared.

Coming to the battery, the EQE is powered by a 10-cell, 90kWh (lithium ion) battery pack with a maximum range of 660 km. This battery pack will charge with 170kW capacity.


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