Mercedes E Class 2016, new developments

the launch of The new Mercedes E Class 2016 is without a doubt one of the most important events of this year where vehicles are concerned. The great saloon of the German firm will have over its older brother, the successful Mercedes S-Class, that of its smaller brother, the Mercedes C-Class, but take a look at its amazing interior that was revealed a few weeks ago. It has two TFT screens are optional up to is 12.3 inches to the box of instruments and the center console.

A Class S is smaller

His debut will take place in a week and a half, in particular during the upcoming Detroit motor show, of the 11 to the 24 of January. What we have seen on numerous occasions through our section of spy photos and now is displayed again in the form of sketch.

, The saloon will have a character very sporty and increased luxury. It will be available in four bodies, berlina will be presented in Detroit, a year later will come the family surname Estate and finally, you will have to wait even more for the bodies of passion Coupe and Cabrio.

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Its headlights will keep the signature light of the E-Class

, The saloon of a large size will have the most high-tech of the Mercedes among which stands out its amazing adaptive headlights Multibean LED, which operates with 84 LED’s individual per unit to circulate with the high beam lights without dazzling other road users, and autonomous functions as the cruise control able to perform overtaking by itself, the emergency braking or the parking of the vehicle remotely thanks to our smarthphone or tablet.

Recall that Mercedes has made touring the new E-Class more than twelve millions of miles of tests for making his point. In his offer of engines will find blocks of gasoline and diesel four-and six-cylinders and even a hybrid version plug-in for a greater coexistence with the environment.

Nor do we forget the versions signed by Mercedes-AMG that surely will opt for the powerful and efficient V8 biturbo 510 CV, the same that assemble the C-Class more powerful and the Mercedes-AMG GT.