Mercedes has unveiled the 2023 Mercedes EQE as the E-Class-equivalent electric vehicle. It will arrive in a single-motor \u2018350\u2019 model initially\r\n.Powertrain:.The EQE 350 will make 288 HP and 391 lb-ft of torque. It will power only the rear wheels\r\n.Battery, Range, and Charging:.It comes with a 90 kWh battery that offers 410 miles of WLTP-estimated range. It supports fast-charging up to 170 kW and can recuperate fully in 32 minutes\r\n.Exterior:.It is a baby EQS, in short. Same design cues, but in shorter CLS-like dimensions. Comes with LED headlights, a black panel grille, 19- to 21-inch wheels, etc..Interior: .Plush, vibrant cabin at the onset. Can be had with the mighty 56-inch Hyperscreen that landscapes the entire dash.Interior:.The A- and C-pillars are moved outwards and it comes with a 122.9-inch long wheelbase. This will ensure a spacious cabin\r\n.Pricing: \r\n.The Mercedes-Benz EQE could start at around $60,000\r\n.Competition: BMW i4.The exterior design looks good, but the kidney grille isn't to everyone\u2019s taste. It is plush on the inside and heavy on tech\r\n.The BMW i4 is offered with single-and dual-motor setups. The single-motor setup makes 335 HP and 317 lb-ft of torque, and the EPA-est. range is rated at 300 miles\r\n.It will arrive in the first quarter of 2022 with a price tag of $55,400 for eDrive40 and $65,900 for the M50\r\n.Competition \u2013 Polestar 2:\r\n.The looks aren\u2019t to everyone\u2019s taste, but the cabin is smart. It is also offered with single- and dual-motor setups. The single motor option makes 228 horses\r\n.The range is rated at a paltry 265 miles. The Polestar 2 comes with a starting price tag of $45,900\r\n.Conclusion:.It will arrive in 2022 as a 2023 model. Dual-motor setup models and AMG EQE will be offered in the future\r\n.Swipe up to read about the Mercedes EQE in detail\r\n.