Mercedes EQE Rental with Driver

Rental Mercedes EQE


  • 18% VAT is added to the prices.
  • Prices include fuel and driver.
  • Prices are determined as intra-city use.
  • Extra costs such as parking, bridge, ferry, tunnel etc. are reserved for guests.
  • Unlisted service requests will be priced separately with mutual negotiation.
  • Extra hours out per hour; € 55 for the S class, 40 € for the E class and 25 € for the other segment vehicles.
  • Half day; 50 km / Full Day; 100 km / Allocation; It is limited to 150 km use.
  • List prices may vary at congress and city-centered big conferences.
  • Waiting time for airport arrival transfers will be calculated as maximum 1.5 hours from the arrival of the aircraft.
  • It may also vary according to the availability of the vehicle when communicating with the guest.
  • Airport return transfers can be made for 15 minutes from the time set for the guest’s out.
  • Airport return transfers can be waited for 15 minutes from the time set for the guest.
  • Cancellation requests received before the last 12 hours,cancellation requests after this period No Show as being charged by the system.
  • Requests for change are approved up to 12 hours.

Mercedes EQE – A New Executive Saloon

Whether you’re looking for a luxury car to drive to work or to impress a special someone, you should consider the Mercedes EQE. This compact vehicle is a great way to travel and is available in a wide variety of models. It’s also a great option if you’re looking for a vehicle that’s practical and economical. It’s also very attractive to drivers with its sporty looks and upscale features.


EQE is a new executive saloon from Mercedes Benz. It is based on a more compact version of the EQS chassis, but is still comparable to the CLS four-door coupe. It will be available in 2023 and will complement the E-Class line. It will offer an advanced array of features, including an EV-compatible infotainment system.

The EQE’s interior is spacious and luxurious, featuring high-tech and luxury materials. It also features six coordinated color schemes. The optional leather-free interior can be ordered in a variety of colors. The seats are super comfortable. The cabin is quiet at highway speeds, and road noise is minimal. It also has lots of cargo space.

The EQE’s interior features a large, high-resolution screen under the curved glass. It can be configured with a variety of programs, including Augmented Reality Navigation System, and it can account for topography, weather, and charging stops. It also features synthetic driving sounds that can be turned on or off.


Despite the EQE’s low roofline, back seat riders get good legroom. That’s 2.5 inches more than the E-Class.

The interior is similar to the E-Class, but with more headroom and better cargo space. It also features more premium materials. The EQE interior has an augmented-reality feature that shows you a view of your surroundings through a front-mounted camera. It also has a variety of special driver assistance systems. You can choose to use active steering to help you steer more evasively when you’re changing lanes.

The EQE also features a Hyperscreen, which is a giant glass panel with multiple digital displays. It’s integrated into the dashboard. You can choose between a three-screen configuration or a single, front-facing screen. Despite its futuristic appearance, the dashboard is very simple and minimalist.

The EQE’s interior is very user-friendly. It features voice controls, which you can use to adjust climate settings, adjust your seat position, control the radio, and even make phone calls. You can also use the MBUX infotainment system to set a music playlist or find the nearest sat-nav destination.


The suite of automated driving aids kept the car centered in its lane, adjusted speed to match road signs, and completed lane changes automatically if a turn signal was cued.

The EQE has an interior that feels roomy and comfortable. The seats are made from authentic leather. Moreover, they are equipped with massaging and ventilated features. The EQE also comes with a suite of driver assistance technologies, including blind-spot warning, automatic emergency braking, lane-departure warning, and forward-collision warning.

The interior also has a number of color schemes. The standard EQE comes with a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system with wireless device charger, Burmester surround-sound audio system, and a fingerprint scanner. The EQE also has an optional 56-inch Hyperscreen that combines three screens behind sweeping glass.


EQE is the newest addition to Mercedes’ electric line-up. It is a compact SUV built on the EVA2 electric architecture, and it has the same size and performance as the E-Class sedan. It will be available in three models: EQE, EQE 350+, and EQE 350 4Matic. EQE is designed to compete with electric sedans like the Tesla Model Y, Cadillac Lyraq, and Audi e-Tron.

The EQE features a cab-forward design with a flat windshield. The rear wheels are pushed out towards corners, which helps to tighten the turning radius. This makes the EQE look longer than it is. The wheelbase is 122.9 inches, which is seven inches longer than the E-Class sedan.

The Mercedes EQE is also equipped with a clamshell hood that gives a clean look at the front. The body features aerodynamic bodywork, wheel covers, and a flat windshield. The EQE features LED headlights and daytime running lights, and a pair of triangular LEDs in the daytime running lights.

3 Passengers
3 Suitcases
  • Info
    Free cancellation up until 24 hours before pickup
  • Type
    Full Electric
  • Complimentary
    Beverage, Wi-Fi, Charger, Daily Local and International Newspapers