Think of the all-electric 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQE sedan as a smaller, albeit similarly distinctive, version of the Mercedes EQS. Both models basically represent electrified alternatives to the brand's conventional E-class and S-class models. The EQE's slippery bodywork and spacious cabin share styling cues with the larger EQS, and it's available with equally impressive features, including a screen that extends across the full width of the instrument panel called the Hyperscreen.
The EQE will fill the space between Tesla's compact Model 3 and mid-size Model S. The electric Mercedes is expected to have a driving range of over 300 miles as well as fast-charging capabilities that allow it to charge its battery from 10 to 80 percent in about 30 minutes. The single-motor, rear-drive EQE300 will debut first with 292 horsepower, but a more powerful variant with dual motors and all-wheel drive will follow.