The refreshed E-Class will be making its debut at the Detroit Auto Show, but customers will have to wait till summer to put their hand on Convertible or Coupe.
The slightly tweaked exterior design has taken many cues revealed in the sedan, but the coupe boasts of the pontoon like rear haunches from the previous E-Class. The rest of the design will allow you to overlook this awkward element. The front end features eye catchy concept like styling with the new single unit head lights and exciting fascia. Trying to keep the quad-headlight look that comes back from 1990s, the headlights contain LED running light that visually splits the headlight into two part giving it a distinctive and recognizable appearance. The LED tail lights and redesigned rear fascia gives an overall visual improvement to the car.
Interiors have received some quality changes, like design of the steering wheel and direct select rather than featuring the console mounted shift lever. Mercedes Benz has already made this update on many of its existing models, and is quite surprising to note that how just moving the gear panel could bring so much difference to the interior. The Cabriolet ensures of the quite interior with the acoustic soft top up and a front and rear wind deflector whose main aim is to keep the cabin noise under the minimum possible limit when top is down. Some new features have also been added to the E-Class like active parking assistance, stereo multi-purpose camera and a 360 degree camera for the total view of the surrounding while parking.
While the sedan is ought to feature a 4 cylinder engine, a new hybrid model and an AMG model. The coupe and cabriolet will be carrying over their previous powertrains and models from the 2013 that will include E350 and E550, the E350 coupe is also available with the 4 matic all-wheel drive system.