Mercedes-Benz E-Class News
This applies to the sedan, coupe, convertible and wagon.
The final piece of the inline-6-powered, midsize Mercedes-AMG lineup has been added: the 2019 Mercedes-AMG E53 sedan that will use the same 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-six as the CLS53, and E53 coupe and cabrio. Producing the same 429 horsepower and 384 pound-feet of torque, it features the same 48-volt ultra-mild hybrid assist combined with a starter-generator and a small electrically-driven compressor in the intake tract to help reduce turbo lag.
New cars lose a ton of value when you drive them off the lot. That's bad news for owners, but it means great deals on one-year-old models like these.
Daimler will take a fleet of vehicles to the General Police Equipment Exhibition & Conference in Frankfurt, from a Smart ForTwo to an Arocs 8-wheeled truck.
This is a detuned version of the engine in the Mercedes-AMG E43.
Unlike some off-roaders, this wagon can back up its looks.
Controlled and in control, but never harsh.
Benz brings all-wheel power to the E-Class cab.
Here's a gif of the 2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet's convertible top in action. It's coming to Geneva, so we'll see it in person soon.
It'll drop its top in Geneva.
The cherry on top is the Drive Pilot suite of semi-autonomous technologies.
It looks very much like the larger S-Class Coupe.
It's not as powerful as the Cadillac CTS-V, but with all-wheel drive, it's still quicker off the line.
The secret? It's a lot quicker than the standard E sedan.
MB takes a page out of the Audi Allroad, Subaru Outback, and Volvo Cross Country playbooks.
New convertible mixes C-Class with the S-Class.
If BAIC is half as successful at using old Mercedes-Benz parts as FCA has been, we wonder if we'll be hearing about a Chinese Hellcat in a few years.