Stuttgart, Feb 13, 2015 -
Mercedes-Benz has further enhanced the E-Class in terms of a number of details. The key new feature of the 2015 generation vehicle is a new internet-enabled telematics generation boasting high-performance multimedia devices and navigation systems and enabling convenient use of the versatile options afforded by modern communications technology.
Stuttgart, Jul 4, 2014 -
A Mercedes-Benz E 300 BlueTEC HYBRID has travelled the 1968 kilometres from Tangier in North Africa to Goodwood in England without having to refuel - and on reaching its destination still had enough fuel left for a further 160 kilometres.
Stuttgart, Dec 11, 2013 -
Consumption and emissions reduced, driving enjoyment increased – working to this principle, Mercedes-Benz is continuously improving the efficiency of all of its models, thereby saving fuel for the customer and sparing the environment a significant amount of impact from emissions.
Beijing, Sep 4, 2013 -
With more than 175,000 E-Class sedans delivered since 2002, the E-Class is a pillar model for Mercedes-Benz in Mainland China. More than one in five E-Class sedans delivered worldwide in 2012 was delivered to Chinese customers, making China the second biggest E-Class market worldwide after the US.
Stuttgart, Aug 9, 2013 -
With the E 200 Natural Gas Drive, Mercedes-Benz is adding a particularly economical and environmentally friendly variant to the E Class family featuring bivalent drive. It can run on both petrol and affordable, environmentally friendly natural gas.
Stuttgart, Jul 24, 2013 -
The first nine-speed automatic transmission with torque converter, the 9G-TRONIC for premium vehicles, is celebrating its world premiere: equipped with the innovative power transmission, the E 350 BlueTEC is set to become one of the most fuel-efficient six-cylinder diesel models in its class. Thanks to the high level of efficiency of the patented transmission design, NEDC fuel consumption in the E-Class is reduced to 5.3 litres of diesel per 100 km.
Shanghai, Apr 20, 2013 -
"Auto China 2013" in Shanghai sets the stage for the world premiere of the long version of the new E-Class. Developed for the growth market in China, it offers 14 centimetres more legroom in the rear. It also sports a finely honed design exuding an overall character of poised refinement and boasts markedly enhanced comfort and a high standard of equipment and appointments.
Geneva, Mar 5, 2013 -
Mercedes-Benz is unveiling dynamic reinforcements for its on-going model initiative in no fewer than three vehicle classes at this year's first European motor show. "The A 45 AMG is stretching the boundaries of its segment, the CLA defines a whole new one and the new E-Class is raising the bar in its own neighbourhood again," states Dr Dieter Zetsche, Chairman of the Board of Management of Daimler AG and Head of Mercedes-Benz Cars.
Stuttgart, Jan 15, 2013 -
With new, efficient engines, new assistance systems from the future S-Class and a new design idiom, Mercedes-Benz has comprehensively modernised the E-Class. The new E-Class has made a significant step forward when it comes to efficiency and ecology too. Among other things, this comes courtesy of new, powerful BlueDIRECT four-cylinder petrol engines featuring sophisticated direct injection technology.
Detroit, Jan 14, 2013 -
With the world premiere of the new E-Class, Mercedes-Benz kicked off a broad product offensive in the premium segment. At the 2013 North American International Auto Show, the German luxury car manufacturer presented a fully-updated E-Class line consisting of saloon, estate, coupé and cabriolet versions along with the bold new E 63 AMG. These five new models from Stuttgart are the first of many for this year and demonstrate the commitment of Mercedes-Benz to bringing innovative, quality products to its largest single market.
Stuttgart, Jan 8, 2013 -
Having already reached sales of more than 13 million vehicles in its segment, the E Class will be celebrating its debut in its latest guise on 14 January at the International Auto Show in Detroit. Saloon, Estate, Cabriolet and Coupé models have all been completely revised and boast a range of exceptionally efficient engines, new assistance systems and a new design idiom.
Stuttgart, Dec 13, 2012 -
With new, efficient engines, new assistance systems and a new design idiom, Mercedes-Benz has comprehensively modernised the E-Class to extend its leading position in the luxury segment even further. In both the Saloon and Estate models no less than eleven new or optimised assistance systems from the future S-Class celebrate their world premiere. They combine a host of comfort and safety features, all of which Mercedes-Benz refers to as "intelligent drive".