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7 Interesting Facts About The Mercedes-AMG EQE 43 4MATIC

It is the second model to be built on an all-electric architecture after the EQS.
Gerald Yuen
Gerald Yuen
30 Nov 2022

OneShift was invited to a sneak preview of the Mercedes-EQ EQE 350+ a couple of months ago. Now it makes a second, more formal appearance in Singapore alongside its more powerful sibling that made its debut - the Mercedes-AMG EQE 43 4MATIC. In basic trim without options, the AMG-fettled EQE will cost S$513,888 with COE - S$98,000 more than the Mercedes-EQ EQE 350+. Here are 7 things we need to know about the Mercedes-AMG EQE 43 4MATIC:

Brutal performance

1 electric motor powers the front axle, while another is in charge of the rear axle. Output figures are 476bhp and 858Nm, and century sprints are dealt with in 4.2 seconds, 2.2 seconds faster than the EQE 350+.

Advanced battery tech

A 328-volt drive battery has a usable energy content of 90.6kWh. Updates for battery management are possible over the car’s life cycle. Its storage system can fast charge at up to 170kWh via direct current, which means theoretically that 180km (WLTP) worth of charge can be had in just 15 minutes.

Riding on air

Its AMG-specific air suspension is based on a four-link front axle and multi link rear suspension adapted from the AMG EQS and AMG GT. The rear axle is connected to the body shell with 50 per cent stiffer bearings.

Rear axle steering as standard

A steering angle of up to 3.6 degrees supplies dual functions. At low speeds, the rear wheels steer in the opposite direction to the front wheels for a smaller turning radius. At speeds above 60km/h, the rear wheels steer in the same directions as the front wheels, virtually “extending” the wheelbase for more high speed stability.

Big brake boost

6 pot calipers and 415mm brake discs along with 1 pot calipers with 378mm discs supply the EQE 43 with monstrous stopping force. If that’s not enough, fret not because for S$22,300 more you can opt for a ceramic composition braking system that includes an even larger front brake rotor (440mm). Hydraulic brakes are paired with electric recuperation, which AMG classifies as “i-Booster” for improved pedal feel.

Need more stealth?

An AMG Night Package (S$5,000) can be optioned with elements in black and black chrome, red brake calipers or AMG carbonfibre trims. Interestingly, this night package option must be selected before settling on the carbon ceramic brakes, so the upgraded brakes will essentially set you back S$27,300.

Numbers game

AMG Track Pace, a virtual race engineer, can be optioned as part of the MBUX infotainment system. 80 vehicle-specific data can be recorded, along with lap and sector times. Display elements are shown in green or red. Sounds like an uber-fancy OBD port reader, eh?





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