The EQE benefits from the latest in Mercedes infotainment tech, meaning that it offers the Hyperscreen from the EQS. Here, you get 2.6 square feet of visible area, but it should be noted that this is optional, as is a 77-inch head-up display. As standard, you get a 12.8-inch infotainment display also running MBUX software and a 12.3-inch driver info display.
Over-the-air updates allow for constant improvement of the experience, and you can remotely upgrade things like the available rear-axle steering system. Other offerings include four-zone automatic climate control, heated and ventilated seating, a surround-view camera, adaptive cruise control, active ambient lighting, customizable drive sounds, and semi-autonomous driving. But one of our favorite features is the intelligent navigation system that can find charging spots along your route and will adapt battery charging and discharging depending on variables like traffic and roadworks.
Mercedes-Benz says that the trunk will offer 430 liters or around 15.1 cubic feet of volume. Assuming that the regular E-Class uses a similar way of measuring its trunk, the EQE will be the more practical offering as the regular E-Class can only hold 13.1 cubes.