Mercedes Teases the E-class Cabriolet, a Car We’ve Already Mostly Seen
We recently spent some time within the passenger seats of some lightly disguised prototypes of Mercedes-Benz’s upcoming E-class cabriolet. today, ahead of the auto’s official debut at the Geneva auto show, the company has sent out a teaser shot. Of course, the idea shows far less than what we’ve already seen up close, yet why let of which stop the unveil plan?
Although undisguised, This kind of car can be masked in shadows to reveal little beyond the outline of the vehicle. Daimler has placed the convertible in front of representatives of the entire E-class family: a coupe, an AMG E63 sedan, a station wagon, along with also a variation we won’t get within the United States, the All-Terrain wagon.
In America, the cabriolet can be likely to be available only as the E400, which has a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6 rated at 329 horsepower along with also mated to a nine-speed torque-converter automatic transmission. There will be no V-8 variation of the conventional car along with also—at least initially—no AMG variation, either. The coupe will offer an AMG E50 cabriolet variation which has a 3.0-liter straight-six rated at 400 horsepower or more, however, along with also of which treatment eventually may be applied to the cabrio.
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Blessed with sleek lines along with also an impressive powertrain, the cloth-roofed E will compete directly with the next-gen Audi A5 cabriolet as well as the BMW 4-series with its retractable metal hardtop.