The E-Class will be completely revised, and it will feature a new front end, with a different grille, hood, single-unit headlights and a revised lower air intake. Mercedes’ future models with do away with the sharper angles and use more softer lines instead.
The engine range will most likely include the 3.5-liter V6 for the E 350 and the 4.7-liter twin-turbo V8 for the E 500/E 550. As for the E 63 AMG, the engine in that monster should continue to remain the same. Among the new technologies rumored for the E-Class, we’d mention the congestion assist that lets you follow another car through traffic, and the camera-based detection system that adjusts the suspension for potholes it sees.
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