The battery electric EQE SUV is a taller, roomier take on the EQE mid-size sedan. It seats up to five passengers, but leans more toward sport than utility compared to the related EQS SUV that seats up to seven. A forthcoming AMG model due for the 2024 model year extends the difference between the two SUVs even more. Rivals outside the brand include the Audi E-Tron, BMW iX, Polestar 3, and Jaguar I-Pace. 

We expect the EQE SUV to maintain the balance of performance and luxury of the EQE sedan, but also enhance utility. And the 677-hp AMG version sounds like a beast of its own. We won’t rate it, however, until we drive the EQE SUV early next year, followed by the AMG in mid-2023. (Read more about how we rate cars.)

Everything, though the EQE SUV shares its powertrain with the EQE sedan. It’s aligned with the GLE mid-size crossover SUV in taxonomy only. The fourth model riding on…

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