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Mercedes-Benz continues the aggressive expansion of its electric vehicle lineup with an SUV version of the EQE. The EQE SUV is a mid-size model that manages to be more compact than the sedan but is still one of the most spacious models in its class. Range is rated at up to 342 miles on the WLTP cycle (EPA rating hasn't been confirmed as of this writing) and it supports a DC fast charging speed of up to 170kW. When it comes to performance, the AMG version is the real star of the show with two electric motors that deliver up to 677 hp. 

Output is boosted to 677 hp and 738 lb-ft of torque with the AMG Dynamic Plus Package and 0-60 happens in 3.4 seconds in that spec as well. Top speed is 137 mph and 149 mph with the AMG Dynamic Plus Package. The cars can also be equipped with rear-axle steering for enhanced maneuverability and 4MATIC all-wheel-drive is also available. You've also got a luxurious, lounge-like interior with all the latest infotainment features and an extensive array of Driver Assistance and safety features. 

The EQE SUV will begin arriving in showrooms sometime next year. The AMG model will be available in 2024.

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