At the Detroit Motor Show 2016, the fifth generation of the Mercedes E-Class (or the tenth, if you start from W120 from 1953) was adapted to the limousines of the German brand collector after the smaller C-Class and the newest Models have been updated larger S-Class. Almost three years later, she is one of the most beautiful sedans on the road.
Like all modern cars, it is bigger and more spacious than its predecessor – but lighter, thanks to a combination of aluminum and high strength steel in its construction. Most important, however, is the technology, which ranges from semi-autonomous driving functions to a new double-shell dashboard with glass panes.
In the US, the base model is an E300, which uses a 2.0-liter four-cylinder, but Mercedes offers an E-Class for everyone, in coupe, convertible, car and sedan bodies, with one Series of turbocharged four-, six- and eight-cylinder engines, rear and four-wheel drive and AMG models with supercar performance. [1