The interior of the coming full-electric Mercedes-Benz EQE SUV will have a "hyperanalogue" theme, with digital representations of round instrument gauges set into a glass screen that spans the width of the cockpit.
Mercedes showed interior images ahead of the EQE SUV's debut on Oct. 16.
The large SUV will be based on the same EVA2 platform as the brand’s larger full-electric offerings, the EQS sedan and SUV, and the EQE sedan, which was launched this year.
Like the larger seven-seat EQS SUV, the five-seat EQE SUV will be built in Mercedes' factory in Alabama and exported to Europe.
Behind the full-width MBUX Hyperscreen are separate digital screens that appear to merge seamlessly, including the instrument panel, the central touch screen and another for the front passenger.
A "floating" console between the front seats allows for open storage.