Mercedes-Benz is hard at work on its massive product offensive that could include up to 25 vehicles by 2017. One of those vehicles is the Mercedes E-Class All Terrain that is a taller, more rugged version of the E-Class wagon that was revealed a few months ago. With the E-Class All Terrain, which is expected to come out in 2017 and be unveiled at the Paris Motor Show later this year, Mercedes is looking to take on the Audi Allroad and Volvo V60 Cross Country.

The E-Class All Terrain, which will most likely be reserved for Europe only, was spotted wearing light camouflage that revealed the car's rugged nature. The wagon features redesigned front and rear bumpers with skid plates while the plastic body cladding on the wheel arches bulge out of camouflage.

While not clearly visible in the spy photos, the All Terrain will have a bespoke suspension setup, which is rumored to be an adaptive air setup that will raise the vehicle's height and make it more capable at off roading. Mercedes' 4Matic all-wheel-drive system will come as standard while power will come from the regular E-Class wagon's range of gas and diesel engines.

Unfortunately, Mercedes doesn't have any plans, as of right now, to bring it to the US. With off-road-oriented wagons like the Allroad, Cross Country, and Subaru Outback being popular in America, there is a possibility that Mercedes could bring the All Terrain over eventually.

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