The latest representative in the German automaker’s roster is everything a Mercedes client expects – it has style, elegance and a huge pool of technologies.
Recently presented to the world and awaiting the public presentation set for the North American International Auto Show in Detroit this coming January, the new E Class Coupe is significantly bigger than its predecessor, at 4826/1860/1430 mm – up 123 mm in length, 74 mm in width, and 32 mm in height. The wheelbase has also grown substantially, by 113 mm, as did the track, with 1605 mm at the front (+67 mm) and 1609 mm at the rear (+68 mm). The interior is also a major beneficiary of these new dimensions, with the most significant gain being at the rear legroom – 74 mm more.
In addition to the E400 petrol version for America, at the start of sales throughout the world Mercedes will also offer the E200, E300 and E220 d versions. These other versions are all based on four in line engines, with the E200 packing 184 hp and 300 Nm while the E 300 is delivering 245 hp and 370 Nm. Customers in Europe might also love to go cruising with an emphasis on fuel efficiency – which is where the E220 d comes into play with its 194 hp and 400 Nm. It’s of course the most fuel efficient of the bunch, with a NEDC average fuel consumption of just 4 liters per 100 km.