Images of the 2023 Mercedes-Benz E-Class are leaking ahead of the unveiling

Images of the 2023 Mercedes-Benz E-Class are leaking ahead of the unveiling

New images from China have shown the upcoming Mercedes-Benz E-Class ahead of its unveiling in the coming months.


Pictures of an undisguised 2023 Mercedes-Benz E-Class have been leaked online, revealing the model’s new front-end look.

Mercedes-Benz is expected to unveil the new E-Class in the new year, but photos of the vehicle have surfaced Chinese websites overnight he shows off his new headlight and grille design as well as detailed photos of his dashboard.

While the headlights feature slightly more curves than those of its S-Class and C-Class siblings, the E-Class follows the brand’s current design language with a large traditional grille and piano lacquer surround that extends into the lights for this trademark Mercedes -Y-shaped optics.



Inside are two large floating landscape screens – one serving as the driver’s digital instrument cluster and the other as the car’s infotainment center – along with a large sculpted piece of wood veneer in front of the passenger.

As reported earlier this month, the forthcoming E-Class is set to be the last vehicle from Mercedes-Benz to be based on a platform designed exclusively for petrol and diesel engines – with its electric counterpart, the EQE, available to buyers who are looking for a battery. powered alternative.



However, the E-Class is expected to come with 48-volt mild hybrid support for both the 3.0-litre turbocharged petrol six-cylinder and 2.9-litre turbodiesel six-cylinder engines rated at 324 kW or 246 kW is equipped to earlier reports.

A plug-in hybrid is also expected, with a 28.6kWh battery pack allowing up to 100km of pure electric driving, while the performance flagship E63 is likely to swap its V8 engine for a new smaller motor with electric assist becomes.



car car As previously reported, the E-Class will be available with Level 3 semi-autonomous driving capability, with lidar sensors hidden at the front of the car.

That 2023 Mercedes-Benz E-Class will be presented in the coming months, with deliveries scheduled to begin in the second half of the year.

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