It seems Mercedes is testing an adaptive suspension for the EQE sedan.
Unlike the prototypes spied before, the latest video shows a test car that rides higher.
Mercedes continues on-road testing of the all-electric sibling of the E-Class (pictured above). The model has been spotted several times.
Recently spies caught a prototype, still densely camouflaged, on public roads in Germany.
While previous EQE prototypes had a rather normal suspension, and even lower than it could be, this latest one has higher suspension settings.
This gives us the guess that the automaker is testing some sort of an adaptive suspension for the EQE.
According to several sources, the Mercedes-Benz EQE is set to debut in late 2021 or early 2022.
Expect the model will have AWD only, four-wheel steering, self-driving features, a dual-motor setup (one motor per an axle) with a total output over 300 kW, a large battery pack enabling a range around 370 mi.