The CarBuzz portal printed on instagram a shorter movie in which a camouflaged Mercedes EQE SUV, performing its last checks ahead of the formal presentation, gets caught in the sand on Oceano Dunes in California but manages to get out of the tangle in the conclude.
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The movie posted by CarBuzz was received from faithful reader Tyler Henry. Mercedes engineers on the scene instructed Henry that they “already named Elon because they operate for Tesla”.
He acquired into their comical video game and asked them why they ended up donning Mercedes t-shirts, at which issue the silence subsided.
The Mercedes EQE SUV Tyler Henry caught was remaining analyzed on the sands of the Oceano Dunes in California. The reader who forwarded the movie to CarBuzz has a Jeep Wrangler that dealt with the comfortable sand with no complications though the Mercedes EQE SUV acquired trapped in the free sand.
In the end the Mercedes EQE SUV manages to get out backwards. The EQE SUV is the fourth product created on the dedicated EVA electrical system just after the Mercedes EQS, EQE and EQS SUV. It takes advantage of the identical electric all-wheel drive method from the Mercedes EQS SUV and EQS which is centered on the Torque Shifting function. This makes it possible for for best torque distribution involving the entrance and rear axle engines using the CPC (Central Powertrain Controller) program which is essentially the brain of the Mercedes EQE SUV and which decides which is the finest answer. CPC distributes the torque of the two engines relying on the picked driving mode.
As there is no mechanical hyperlink concerning the axles, it was to be anticipated that the electrical all-wheel travel would not give the exact same level of traction like a conventional all wheel travel procedure. Unfortunately, there is no Traction manner in the Driving modes (there are only Eco, Convenience, Activity and Unique modes) that lets equally engines to run continually at low speeds for greatest traction in predicaments like the comfortable sand of California.