Mercedes-Benz has introduced two new trim packages for its EQE car and EQE SUV models. Customers can now order these vehicles with the Electric Art Edition.
And AMG Line Edition upgrades, which include interior and exterior modifications as well as additional safety and comfort systems.
Features of New Trims
Among the new trims are a Burmester 3D surround sound system.
The latest-generation MBUX infotainment system with augmented reality features.
And the intelligent driver assistance package Plus.
The package also includes Digital Light ambient lighting, a full parking package with a 360-degree camera.
And a beautiful black panel radiator cover with Mercedes’ trademark stars.
Mercedes emphasises the EQE sedan and EQE SUV models’ versatility.
For individual customisation, allowing buyers to adapt their vehicles to their preferences.
Limited-Edition Electric Art Edition
These limited-edition Electric Art Edition and AMG Line Edition trims are only available.
It’s for the EQE 300, EQE 350, and EQE 350 4MATIC sedans.
As well as the EQE SUV 300, EQE SUV 350+, and EQE SUV 350 4MATIC SUVs.
If you want to upgrade your sedan, these packages start at €10,174.
For the Electric Art Edition and €13,155 for the AMG Line Edition.
The Electric Art Edition costs €8,413 and the AMG Line Edition costs €11,840 for SUV fans.
The announcement closes by emphasising the availability of personalised customizations for the new EQE SUV vehicles, which include a wide variety of equipment options.
It’s worth noting that the significant 32% savings on package pricing is only available for the aforementioned vehicle configurations.
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