Compare 2023 EQE Sedan vs 2022 EQS Sedan

2023 EQE Sedan vs 2022 EQS Sedan
2023 EQE Sedan 2022 EQS Sedan

  Powertrain

Electric Motor & 90.6 kWh Battery Electric Motor & 107.8 kWh Battery

  Horsepower

288 hp 329 hp

  MPGe (City/Highway)

TBD/TBD * 97/97 *

  0-60 mph

5.6 seconds ** 5.5 seconds **

  Charging Time

32 minutes 1 31 minutes 2

2023 EQE Sedan vs 2022 EQS Sedan

Serving Louisville, KY

In 2022, Mercedes-Benz made waves among drivers in Louisville and beyond with the debut of its EQS sedan. The 2023 EQE joins this super-luxurious compact sedan. The premium EQE is an all-electric midsize sedan that will sit a step above the EQS in the lineup. Are you eager to explore the many similarities and differences between the EQE and the EQS? Our associates at Mercedes-Benz of Louisville are standing by to assist you.

Performance

The 2022 EQS is offered in two versions. The single-motor system is designed with rear-wheel drive, and it delivers 329 horsepower. The double-motor system has all-wheel drive, and it produces 516 horsepower. While these versions have the same battery pack, only the first option has been rated for range. It has a range of 350 miles. The 2023 EQE, on the other hand, is also available with three motor systems. The single-motor design produces 288 horsepower with rear-wheel drive, and it has an estimated range of 400 miles. The EQE has an all-wheel drive drivetrain and produces 402 horsepower with two motors. An AMG version of the EQE is also available, producing 677 horsepower.

Appearance

The 2022 EQS displays aerodynamic styling with a strong angle through the hood, smoothly molded sides, and a swooping roofline. The glossy black grille is perfectly integrated with the wedge-shaped LED headlights. A metallic ribbon underscores the entire perimeter of the EQS. The 2023 EQE takes design cues from the EQS. It has a similar grille design, profile, and sides. The headlights have a pointed LED light ribbon that connects with the grille. Below the grille, a gorgeous, athletic fascia promotes aerodynamics.

Features

The 2022 EQS is properly outfitted with the premium features you expect your luxury sedan to have. These include front and rear wireless charging pads, a heads-up display, massage and memory functions for the front seats, a four-zone auto climate management system, heated front, and rear seats, evasive steering assist, lane-keeping assist, a surround-view system, a 12.8-inch OLED display screen, wireless smartphone device connectivity, a Burmester sound system and more. The EQE has most of these same features. However, it adds a Hyperscreen. The Hyperscreen expands across the entire dashboard, and it includes an infotainment screen for the front passenger.

The most thorough way to compare the possibilities is to visit Mercedes-Benz of Louisville soon. You can experience all that these elite options bring to the table through a showroom tour and a test drive. Schedule your visit by contacting the sales office at Mercedes-Benz of Louisville today.

European model shown for the 2023 EQE.
* EPA estimated fuel economy. Compare the estimated mpg to the estimated mpg of other vehicles. You may get different mileage depending on how fast you drive, weather conditions and trip length. Your actual highway mileage will probably be less than the highway estimate.
** Stated rates of acceleration are based upon manufacturer's track results and may vary depending on model, environmental and road surface conditions, driving style, elevation and vehicle load.
1. The charging times are for a 10-80% charge at a DC fast charging station of category "K" or "L" pursuant to EN17186 with 500 A charging current.
2. 31 minutes (10 – 100%) charging time, DC fast charging (200kW). 11.25 hours (10 – 100%) charging time, AC Charging (240V).