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Mercedes-Benz EQE News in Malaysia

  • Comparing the Mercedes-AMG EQE 53 4Matic+ vs EQE 350+: What does the extra RM 230k get you?

    With the launch of the 2023 Mercedes-AMG EQE 53 4Matic+ in Malaysia earlier today, that's one more competitor in the EV space. However at RM 649,888, it's significantly more expensive than a regular Mercedes-Benz EQE 350+ which starts from RM 419,888. What exactly then are you getting for so much extra dosh? We explore... Performance figures Pretty obvious whenever AMG's brought up. The AMG EQE comes with two motors (front and back, for all-wheel drive), which makes a blistering 625 PS/950 Nm of


    Jun 9, 2023

  • Mercedes-Benz Malaysia on track for more EV models, further infrastructure support incoming

    With the launch of the Mercedes-AMG EQE 53 4Matic+ and the Mercedes-AMG EQS 53 4Matic+ earlier this morning, Mercedes-Benz Malaysia (MBM) lays claim to the honour as the brand with the most electric vehicle (EV) offerings in the country. Now with a portfolio of 7 models, MBM is bullish about heightened EV growth in the future, equating to a larger number of models to anticipate. "On how our electric vehicle sales are progressing, I can certainly say that we are pretty much on track. We expect at


    Jun 8, 2023

  • Mercedes-AMG EQE in Malaysia: Why only one variant, and should you wait for the CKD version?

    Earlier today, Mercedes-Benz Malaysia (MBM) introduced the Mercedes-AMG EQE 53 4Matic+, to the tune of RM 649,888 (on-the-road sans insurance). Notably, it's only offered in that sole variant – the cheaper AMG EQE 43 that's available in other markets didn't make it here. Sagree Sardien, President & CEO of MBM clarifies the reasons behind that decision. "We believe that the EQE 53 4Matic+ is the right positioning for our customer base and range, and fits very nicely in our portfolio," she said at


    Jun 8, 2023

  • Priced from RM 650k, Mercedes-AMG EQE 53 4Matic+ launched in Malaysia: Reduced range but gets 686 PS/1000 Nm

    Drama comes to the luxury-EV sphere as the 2023 Mercedes-AMG EQE sedan has just been launched in Malaysia. The all-electric, hyperactive version of the E-Class is fully-imported (CBU Germany), and priced from RM 649,888 (OTR without insurance) Sitting on the same EVA2 platform as the AMG EQS (launched simultaneously, article here), the AMG EQE is also built with 100% recycled steel. Specs It's all about the big numbers for the EQE – the front and rear electric (eATS) motors, which work together


    Jun 8, 2023

  • No need to wait for Tesla, the Mercedes-Benz EQE 350+ is the EV you want

    The current focus on electric vehicles (EV) has brought out the term ‘legacy carmakers’. These are the car manufacturers everyone is familiar with like Toyota, Volvo, Mercedes-Benz, etc. Now, the word ‘legacy’ carries with it a connotation of being superseded – outdated, if you will. But the car industry is a traditional one, and brand perception plays a significant role amongst car buyers. EV-only makers namely Tesla (often called disruptors), may have been a catalyst in the electrification pat


    May 19, 2023

  • Mercedes-Benz says battery EVs still superior, not interested in e-fuels

    Despite the policy U-turn by the European Union to exempt carbon-neutral synthetic fuels (also known as e-fuels) from the trade bloc’s 2035 ban on combustion engines, Mercedes-Benz will maintain its course to phase out combustion engines in favour of battery EVs. When asked by German business publication Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung if Mercedes-Benz welcomes the EU’s exemption of combustion engines running on carbon neutral e-fuels from the 2035 ban, CEO Ola Kallenius said “I think technology


    Apr 27, 2023

  • Review: Mercedes-Benz EQE 350+ EV - When an iX is too in-your-face

    Right now in 2023, there’s no shortage on choices when it comes to EVs, especially if you’re looking to spend around RM 400k. And since you’re splurging this amount on a car, might as well go for something premium right? So, your options will likely be narrowed down to just the BMW iX and the Mercedes-Benz EQE. What about the BMW i4 and Mercedes-Benz EQC, you ask? Well, those are fine as well but since they’re based on a combustion-engine platform, some compromises such as packaging must be made


    Jan 24, 2023

  • Report: Future Mercedes-Benz EVs will not be called EQ anymore

    The next-generation electric vehicles (EV) by Mercedes-Benz, set to arrive at the end of 2024, will reportedly drop the EQ brand name, according to the German daily Handelsblatt. Mercedes-Benz currently markets its EVs under the EQ brand, with the EQC being the first model that was announced in 2016. It has since expanded to include EQA, EQB, EQE, EQS, and SUV models of the last two. Also read: Malaysia will CKD a Mercedes-Benz EQ model in 2023 - first EV from Pekan As Mercedes-Benz plans to bec


    Jan 17, 2023

  • 25 photos to convince you that the Mercedes-Benz EQE 350+ is more than just a baby EQS

    The Mercedes-Benz EQE is the fifth EQ model to be launched by Mercedes-Benz Malaysia (MBM) after the EQA, EQB, EQC, and EQS. It is also the 20th electric vehicle (EV) officially on sale in Malaysia if you're keeping tabs. It’s essentially the little brother to the flagship Mercedes-Benz EQS and if you were to put them side-by-side, they look similar. Mercedes-Benz calls the streamlined jellybean/egg/Apple mouse shape a "cab-forward design with one-bow lines". It also costs almost less than half

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    Dec 16, 2022

  • Mercedes-Benz: Malaysia's EV incentives catching up with Thailand, but 5-year plan needed if we're serious

    Mercedes-Benz Malaysia reckons that although Thailand appears to be ahead of the region in terms of policies to boost EV adoption and localization, Malaysia is still more or less on par. “If you are talking about localizing efforts or sales, I think both countries have an equal opportunity at the end of the day to showcase electric vehicles. I would say right now they are more or less on par, in terms of bringing more electric vehicle models, in terms of sales adoption, so let’s wait and see how


    Dec 13, 2022

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