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New Mercedes E-Class: The most hi-tech Mercedes EVER!

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Here it is - the all-new Mercedes E-Class!

Mercedes has lifted the veil on its competitor to the BMW 5 Series and Audi A6, and it’s the longest & widest E-Class ever made! But does that make it better than the previous generation? Let’s take a closer look…

For starters, there won’t be any mistaking the new E-Class for the holder models from the outside. There’s a taller, chunkier grille around the front, which is surrounded by a chrome border. There are two styles of grille depending on which trim you use - the AMG Line comes with a large Mercedes badge surrounded by miniature 3-pointed stars, whereas the Exclusive trim has a more-retro-inspired grille.

There are also new LED headlight designs, along with updated brake lights around the rear that come in the shape of the Mercedes 3-pointed star.

Step inside and you’d be forgiven for thinking you were sitting in a top-of-the-range Merc! The huge infotainment screen mimics the hyper screen found in an EQS, although in this instance it’s called the ‘Superscreen’ as the size is a bit smaller. There’s also the option extra to add a screen on the dash for the passenger, and there’s a choice of quality materials to add to the cabin for those looking to customise their E-Class.

There are a number of petrol, diesel and hybrid engine choices available for the new E-Class. The entire range comes with a 2-litre 4-cylinder engine, and all come with a form of hybrid tech. Entry-level models come with mild-hybrid technology, while there are also some plug-in hybrids available. The range-topper is the E400 e, where the engine & motor combine to deliver 381hp. This edition can also fly to 60mph in 5.3 seconds.

A flagship 6-cylinder is also in the works, which is likely to be the new AMG E63. But as of yet, we don’t have details on when that will be released.

The new E-Class is due to be released in Summer 2023, and although Mercedes hasn’t released the price yet, you can expect the range to start from around £50,000. But will it be better than the oh-so-impressive last gen? Stick with Mat to see for yourself!

Chapters
00:00 Intro
00:22 Design
03:07 Infotainment
05:06 Engines
06:41 Performance
07:35 Chassis
08:14 Suspension
08:45 Interior
09:32 Driving
10:51 Technology
12:23 Price
 

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added on 25 Apr. 2023

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