The brand new Mercedes-Benz E-Class will be available soon, and for the first time ever, a special All-Terrain soft-roader wagon variant has been spotted. Though this car is not likely to arrive in the United States until 2024 or even 2025, it’s already beginning its testing process.
The United States got a car called an AMG E 63 S Wagon, but it’s not sure if they will get another one when the E-Class is redesigned.
The newest E-Class All-Terrain is different from a normal E-Class Wagon because it has been designed to travel on rough surfaces like grass, mud, rocks, and snow. This vehicle stands a bit higher and has an extra wheel drive plus protective covering underneath. The tires and wheels are specially designed to handle these tricky terrain too. Plus, you can now select an All-Terrain setting that helps when you are in low grip situations.
The prototype for the new E-Class All-Terrain has some special features. You can see protection around the wheel arches, wider side panels and it’s higher than the typical E-Class Wagon.
The new C-Class All-Terrain car that launched overseas in 2021 gives us a clue of what’s coming next. This latest model has been tweaked with the inclusion of extra 40-millimeters in height when compared to past models, as well as bigger front wheel knuckles and an axle carrier at the rear.
The E-Class has been completely redesigned with a new and improved platform called the MRA, which was first introduced with the 2021 S-Class. This updated platform is lighter because it uses more aluminum instead of steel.
In Febuary, Mercedes showed off their new car’s dashboard which has 3 screens and you can download apps from the internet. Some of these apps include TikTok, Angry Birds and Vivaldi web browser.