E-Class Cabriolet

E-Class Cabriolet

The mere sight of it is captivating. The pioneering forms, the innovative technology and superb driving dynamics and aerodynamic characteristics leave their mark on the vehicle’s segment as well as on the drivers themselves. Take AIRSCARF and the new AIRCAP, for instance – they turn virtually every kind of weather into cabriolet weather: for up to four occupants who soon realise that anyone enjoying a ride in this particular vehicle literally won’t be left cold by the airstream – and they will certainly never be left cold by the E-Class Cabriolet in a figurative sense, either.

E-Class Estate

E-Class Estate

The new E-Class Estate combines the elegant aura of the sedan with the functionality and generous dimensions of an estate. The load volume of up to 1950 litres allows for great flexibility, while a host of safety technology features gives all the occupants a feeling of security. This way, the E-Class Estate becomes an increasingly essential companion, day by day.

E-Class Coupe

E-Class Coupe

Like a magnet!

The machine has stirred. The new E-Class Coupé shows its face. It displays its good looks. It flexes its muscles. And it demostrates style. All to get your undivided attention.

It has engine which is the definition of power. A suspension which smooths out the road. A transmission which skips gears. A brake which can think for itself on hills. It has it all. The only thing that’s missing is a driver.

E-Class Sedan

E-Class Saloon

An economic miracle right from the start

The roots of the E-Class can be traced back as far as the early 20th century, although the direct genealogy began in 1947 when the 170 V model became the first Mercedes-Benz passenger car to enter production in the post-war years. It was as inextricably linked to the economic miracle as its successor, the “three-box-body Mercedes”, and they set the lead for others to follow, both technologically and economically.

Other legendary models include the “Tail Fin” and the “Stroke/8″, the latter named after its launch year: 1968. Its timeless design still sends Mercedes enthusiasts into raptures to this day. Like the W 123 model series that followed it, it is etched into Germany’s collective memory in one colour above all, namely the light ivory shade made famous by the taxi models, Launched in 1984, in 1993 the W 124 model series was the first to be officially named the E-Class. And, two years later, the E-Class wrote design history with its innovative “twin headlamp face”.

Finally, the best aspects of the previous eight generations of the E-Class are combined in the ninth: the W 212 model series. Its rear wings are a reminiscence to the “three-box body”, while the headlamps bring to mind its immediate predecessor. The high levels of comfort and safety are the result of many decades of development work at Mercedes-benz. Yet the end result is utterly unique: the new E-Class.