Mercedes E-Class All Terrain: discover the future 'Allroad' Mercedes-Benz

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Mercedes-Benz E-Class All Terrain: so will this new alternative to the Audi A6 Allroad

You can see here in exclusive for some months: there will be a Mercedes E-Class Allroad, which will arrive during the 2017, and now finally you can discover what it looks like. Known for the moment and provisionally as Mercedes E-Class All Terrain, in these spy photos the model is taught for the first time.

With a more rugged look and campero, the E-Class All Terrain will be based on the Mercedes E-Class Estate 2016: like this, keep the body family, with a differentiation of inspiration ‘off-road’. In this way, Mercedes-Benz will have a rival very qualified to the already known Audi A6 allroad and the future Volvo V90 Cross Country.

This Mercedes Allroad available in all versions of the all-wheel drive 4MATIC, supplemented with a greater free height to the soil. To do this, it will premiere an evolution of the suspension adaptive Air Body Control, able to rise automatically by a few millimetres to improve the skills off the road.

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Some of the salient features of the new E-Class All Terrain will be protections in their low and lateral, the all-wheel drive 4MATIC and a suspension, adaptive on-high

Aesthetically, the E-Class All Terrain will differ with bumpers, front and rear specific, incorporating metal protections on their low. In turn, the wheel arches will be wider with your trim protective black plastic. In this way, it will be a model that will mix the best of two worlds, the E-Class Estate and the SUV brand German as the Mercedes GLE.

There is a demand for this type of cars, and Mercedes-Benz is fully aware of it, not wanting to stay in the market in this gap without cover. This version All Terrain will have the same engines of four and six-cylinder of the new Mercedes E-Class, as well as all of their technology. will Be officially presented at the Paris Salon 2016, in the first week of October, arriving at dealerships at the beginning of the 2017.