The Mercedes E-Class 2021 changes include a restyled design for the sedan, station wagon, All-Terrain cross-model and the sporty AMG option. In upcoming text read convey the first photos and technical details that have been released to the public via the Internet. In other words the promotion in Geneva was canceled and the election fell on the electronic media.
Designers have installed a new mask in line with the company’s latest generation. The sedan model has sleeker headlamps with full LED technology that work thinner and are present in all equipment packages. The rear view is quite reminiscent of the Mercedes CLA’s look, especially the look of the taillights.
- Graphite Grey
- Mojave Silver
- Cirrus Silver
Mercedes E-Class 2021 Luxury Interior
The look inside the cabin brings new upholstery and new equipment that should improve safety. The dashboard shows two 12.3-inch screens and a touchpad on the center console. One screen for infotainment system and seconds for digital instrument cluster.
New safety equipment applies to automatic emergency braking system, adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go function and a system that detects that the driver has removed his hands from the steering wheel.
Mercedes E-Class 2021 Engine Options
The E450 and E53 AMG get a new 3.0 L V-6 EQ Boost engine but with the same power. The new E450 holds 366 horses and 500 N/m, while the E53 AMG gives 435 horses and 520 N/m.
Standard E350 and E350 4Matic use turbocharged 2.0 L 4-cylinder engine with 258 horses and 370 N/m of torque. The plug-in hybrid option mark label E350e with total output 318 horses and 700 N/m of torque.
Release Date and Price
Mercedes had a plan to introduce a restyled E-Class during the 2020 March Geneva Motor Show. Pricing has yet to be announced. Rumors say you can expect about $55,000 for base sedan to $75,000 for AMG E53.