The photo shows a prototype of the electric sedan Mercedes EQEApril 7, 2021
The journalists published photos from tests of the Mercedes-Benz EQE electric sedan. Apparently, the novelty received a serial body and optics. The debut of the electric car is scheduled for September this year.
The German luxury brand is investing huge sums of money to develop its electrification program. The flagship EQS sedan is due to debut at the end of April, followed by the presentation of the smaller EQE sedan shortly after.
In March this year, journalists settled behind the prototype of the last – that version of the novelty has already received a serial body. Now there are fresh shots of the electric sedan. Basically, the new EQE can be perceived as an all-electric alternative to today’s E-Class, although its shape will be slightly different, as can be seen in the published photos.
You might be tempted to say the EQE will just be a smaller EQS, but these spy photos show that this is not entirely the case.
Yes, the exterior design of these electric vehicles will have a lot in common, but at the back, the smaller model will have a traditional boot lid with an integrated third brake light. And in the case of the EQS, the body is more like a liftback.
As you can see, this prototype received serial headlights, although despite this they are still covered with a small layer of camouflage. The black cover panel hides the closed false radiator grille. In the middle there will be a camera built into its lower part, and in the front bumper camouflage there are cutouts for the front parking sensors.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the Mercedes-Benz EQS electric car can travel up to 770 km without recharging. It became known that the new electric car Mercedes-Benz EQS without recharging can go up to 770 km and will be endowed with excellent aerodynamics. And his debut is scheduled for April 15, 2021.
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