Mercedes-Benz has taken the lead in upgrading its E-Class to enter the era of electrification and intelligence. The new E-Class boasts a length, width, and height of 4,949 x 1,880 x 1,468 mm, a wheelbase of 2,961 mm, and a drag coefficient reduced to 0.23. GearMusk’s will explore the design, interior, and power of the new Mercedes-Benz E-Class.
The design of the new E-Class has changed significantly from the current model. The wave-shaped headlights on the front face are the most eye-catching feature, echoing the classic W210 peanut lamp E-Class of Mercedes-Benz. The dot-matrix grille is dotted with LED light sources, and the shape of the fog lamp areas on both sides is similar to that of the EQ series. This marks Mercedes-Benz’s intention to blur the design distinction between the EQ series and other car series, embracing electrification throughout the brand, Mercedes-Benz Goes All-In on Electric Vehicles: New EV Architecture for All Cars by 2025.
The cockpit intelligence of the Mercedes-Benz E-Class is at the forefront of traditional luxury cars. The triple display design is in line with the EQ series, and it is equipped with a familiar three-spoke steering wheel. The central control screen and front passenger display can not only watch videos but also play games, realize collaborative office through Zoom, and query information on the browser. The ZYNC in-vehicle digital entertainment platform can provide online video, interactive experience, local video playback, sports, news, games, and other entertainment content.
Mercedes-Benz is moving towards the development of smarter cockpit systems, with the central control/copilot screen similar to the EQ series becoming the mainstream of the interior design of the next generation of Mercedes-Benz. Mercedes-Benz also released specific plans to build its own operating system MB.OS, which will integrate vehicle functions, including infotainment functions, intelligent driving assistance and automatic driving functions, body and comfort functions, and driving and charging functions.
The Mercedes-Benz E-Class is equipped with a 2.0T + 48V mild-hybrid system, with a maximum engine output power of 197 horsepower, a maximum system power of 259 horsepower, and a maximum torque of 400 Nm. In addition, the plug-in hybrid system has a combined maximum power of 313/381 horsepower, a combined torque of 550/650 Nm, a battery capacity of 25.4 kWh, and a pure electric range of 100 km.
The Mercedes-Benz E-Class is also equipped with an air suspension (AIRMATIC) system with Adaptive Continuously Adjustable Damping System Plus (ADS+) and a rear-wheel active steering system.
Q: What is the maximum output power of the engine in the Mercedes-Benz E-Class?
A: The maximum output power of the engine in the Mercedes-Benz E-Class is 197 horsepower.
Q: What is the pure electric range of the plug-in hybrid system in the Mercedes-Benz E-Class?
A: The pure electric range of the plug-in hybrid system in the Mercedes-Benz E-Class is 100 km.