Mercedes-Benz has revealed the facelifted versions of the current-generation E-Class large coupe and Cabriolet.
That means the pair gets new headlights, redesigned grilles, refreshed bumpers, fresh sets of alloy wheels and tweaked tail-lights as part of their exterior changes.
Inside, Mercedes-Benz’s latest MBUX multimedia system has been introduced, with it powering a pair of displays (central touchscreen and digital instrument cluster) measuring up to 12.3 inches in diameter.
Advanced driver-assist systems now extend to emergency assist, which works in tandem with the new ‘intelligent’ steering wheel’s touch-sensitive controls to detect when the driver is incapacitated and pull the vehicle over safely.
48V mild hybridisation is more widely available, with Mercedes-Benz’s EQ Boost system expanding to the E-Class coupe and Cabriolet’s E200, E300 and E450 variants, having previously been the reserve of their AMG E53 flagships.
Australian pricing and specification won’t be confirmed until closer to the E-Class coupe and Cabriolet’s launch. For reference, the current models range in price from $101,700 to $188,000 plus on-road costs.
Article Source: Cars Guide MagazineMay 27, 2020 9:02 am