Mercedes-Benz has been building out a solid pipeline of electric vehicles for the near future. Its EQS sedan might be the only one in the U.S. market right now, but it’s working on a bunch of EVs under its EQ branding.
This neat feature is something that’s been available on most Mercedes-Benz models, including the EQS SUV. As the name suggests, the rear axle can actually steer slightly to make tighter turns much smoother.
Mercedes-Benz hasn’t offered up any pricing details on the latest EQE sedan. We’re going off the previous year’s EQE sedan’s pricing in Germany, which came in at a starting price of roughly €66,000.
This price point has the EQE sedan fall just above the EQB SUV, but far below the more premium EQS models. Mercedes-Benz did, however, recently tease the interior of an SUV version of the EQE that’s due to release this fall.