The German firm plans to launch three 100% electric models that will be key to its future. On the one hand, there will be the already presented EQA and its derivative EQB, which will become the most affordable proposals in its electric range; and on the other the EQS, its new flagship.
Ola Källenius, CEO of the company, has confirmed that finally, this year, a fourth electric model from the star’s firm will also see the light: the EQE, an executive saloon equivalent to the E-Class whose debut will take place in September. Its production in Bremen (Germany) will begin in the second half (later, it will also be manufactured in Beijing).
According to Källenius, the EQE will be a more direct rival to the Porsche Taycan and Tesla Model S than the EQS, which will rank a notch above them all in size and luxury. Although its technical specifications are still unknown, hopefully, they are not too far from those of its younger brother.