Compared to the EQS SUV, the front and overhangs are shorter, the hood is lower, and there’s a gently sloping roofline, giving the EQE a sportier and more planted appearance. Although this is our first sighting, the EQE prototype is already fitted with production lights and features flush door handles.
Our spies were unable to look inside, but interior tech from the EQE sedan should carry over. Yes, this means the EQE SUV will be available with Mercedes’ cutting-edge 56-inch Hyperscreen. As standard, it’ll come with a 12.8-inch display running the MBUX infotainment software and a 12.3-inch driver info display.