Photographers have managed to snap a handful of photos of the facelifted 2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe out and about on public streets. From the looks of things, designers have graced the two-door with a new front fascia, complete with light elements likely borrowed from the E-Class wagon and sedan. Those include integrated LED-daytime running lights first time, whereas the old DRL array was left stuck in the fascia itself. Meanwhile, the grille appears to have turned slightly more more vertical than the last iteration. Otherwise, expect to see plenty of familiar sheetmetal along the machine's flanks.
Around back, the E-Class Coupe will most likely pack a resculpted valance, complete with revamped LED light clusters. Revisions are expected to stay fairly tame inside, with little more than an updated steering wheel and modestly modified dash. No word yet on whether a new engine or major updates will happen to the powertrain options. At present, buyers have either the 302-horsepower, 3.5-liter V6-powered E350 Coupe or a 402-hp, 4.6-liter V8-engined E550 Coupe to choose from.