The Mercedes EQE Sedan will set wheels on American soil this fall. Customers who want to take home the electric model will start negotiations at $74,900.
The entry-level version is the Mercedes EQE 350+ Sedan Premium. It comes with LED headlights, 19-inch alloys, and panoramic sunroof. The driver will benefit from the presence of the MBUX EQ Navigation Services, displayed on the 12.8-inch portrait-format infotainment system. Relevant driving data will be on display on the 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster.
A Burmester sound system and 64-color Ambient Lighting are also on board the EQE Sedan. So are the Parking Package with Surround View and the heating system for the front seats.
Those who would go for the all-wheel drive will have to pay $77,900. The EQE 500 with the entry-level equipment starts at $85,900.
Higher in the lineup, customers will find the Mercedes EQE 350+ Sedan with the Exclusive trim line. This one receives the MBUX Augmented Reality for Navigation, the Active Ambient Lighting, and the Driver Assistance Package for a price that starts at $77,000.
The all-wheel drive EQE 350+ 4MATIC begins at $80,000, while those who would rather go for the 500 4MATIC will have to transfer $80,000 into the Mercedes bank account.
Pinnacle, as the name implies, is the best-equipped version and it starts at $80,500. The extra equipment list includes a Four-Zone Climate Control, the Air Balance Package, a Head-Up Display, and the Digital Light Package among others.
The range-topping Mercedes EQE 500 4MATIC Sedan with the Pinnacle trim is $91,500.
Prices do not include the $1,150 destination and delivery fee. But they bring a car with a 90.6-kWh battery pack and a rear-mounted electric motor. It delivers 292 PS (288 HP) and 530 Nm (391 lb-ft) of torque. At the opposite end, the EQE 500 4MATIC comes with 408 PS (402 HP) and 857 Nm (633 lb-ft). These are the figures that turn the electric sedan into quite a sports car with a 0-97 km/h (60 mph) in 4.5 seconds.