Mercedes-Benz describes the EQE SUV as a multi-purpose version of the EQE sedan, and it boasts class-leading headroom, legroom, and elbow room.
The interiors of Mercedes’ future EQE SUV, a five-seater electric SUV that will go on sale internationally in October of this year, have been teased by the German luxury automaker.
The Mercedes-Benz MBUX Hyperscreen is a vital feature to look out for when it comes to interior beautifying. It will be offered in the EQE SUV and consists of three sizable displays joined together under one glass panel. The inside illumination that is backlit is another important consideration, much like with the previous EQ models.
The electric SUV’s exterior features turbine-style air conditioning vents, while the interior features neatly positioned vents above the infotainment system. The cabin’s components are completed with fine metal paints, 3D anthracite, and aluminium.
Mercedes-Benz describes the EQE SUV as a multi-purpose version of the EQE sedan, and it boasts class-leading headroom, legroom, and elbow room.For its EQE SUV, Mercedes-Benz offers a variety of colour combinations, including the warm, contemporary balao brown combined with the futuristic-looking neva grey and biscay blue/black.The automaker has also stated that the interior of the SUV would include the new hybrid trim, which has “the warmth of wood and a technical coolness of true aluminium.”According to sources, the EQE SUV’s powertrain may be the same as that found in the sedan version even if Mercedes has not provided any additional information about it.
The sedan’s 90 kWh battery pack and rear-mounted electric motor, which produces 284 horsepower in the base model, make up the powertrain.
In addition to the inside, the EQE SUV will have a totally covered grille and swept-back headlamps joined by an LED light bar, according to spy photos taken from the back.
Mercedes is launching its SUV Globally on 22nd October