New Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain caught on tests

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New Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain caught on tests

The update includes new lights in front and rear, revised bumpers and grille.

While the All-Terrain C-Class is on the agenda, Mercedes-Benz 100% testing its larger All-Terrain E-Class. The company is working on a small update for the entire line of E, this means that in the near future competitors of the Audi A6 Allroad and Volvo Cross Country V90 can also “bite back”.All-Terrain definitely will be presented after the sedan and wagon E-Class.

In the Internet appeared fresh batch of spy shots of the prototype with a light camouflage, which hides the front and the back of the wagon. In spite of the film covering most of the headlight, it’s easy to see that the clusters have a fresh design with new led daytime running lights, exact copy of the CLS lights. It seems that Mercedes designers also took the time to upgrade the grille, which prevents a disguise. Some restrained refinement bumper complete the changes to the front end.

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Judging by the white film pasted on the back door, the back of this E-Class is likely to have modified lights, quarter panels and bumper. Metal strip which extends from one taillight to the other seems to be still there, while the bumper is actually identical to the current model, although it is possible that in the production model Mercedes will finalize it.

Despite the fact that photospin not yet managed to photograph the interior, you can make an educated guess that all restyled version of the E-Class will go on the infotainment system MBUX, similar to that installed in new kupeobrazny GLE and GLE. In the end, the cabin will be a new touch screen and finishes of the cabin.

All-Terrain currently available in the domestic German market exclusively with diesel engines, and most likely, this will not change in a version with a facelift. Basic version – E220d four-cylinder 194 HP, followed by E400d six-cylinder 340 HP of power and automatic transmission with nine speeds transmits all the torque of both universals on all four wheels via all-wheel drive system 4Matic.