Mercedes-Benz had already launched the new generation of its E-class sedan and wagon at the recently concluded Paris Motor Show, now fans are clamoring for the coupe version to be launched. Recent spy photos revealed that it wouldn't take long.
The 2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe was spotted testing, this time sporting lesser camouflage, looking like its testing phase is almost finish and exposing its body style for all. It still hides certain areas of the body with the usual vinyl camouflage but all in all, this new test car allow us to see the design of this sporty variant of the E-class.
Spy photos Revealed
In this new series of spy photos, we can see how the overall design of the new E - the Class coupe is very similar to that of its brother in the range, the C - Class Coupé. The designs of the lines that make up its silhouette are obviously similar, but a second look reveals their obvious differences.
Frontal still used the same design pattern of the Class C Coupé. Both front and rear optics have been profiled with stylish lines. But the windshield and the roof line are more inclined in this model and the fold forming the waistline feature of the Class C Coupe disappears in this model, leading to more smooth surfaces and a feeling that the 2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe will be larger.
On the back, the camouflage was not able to conceal the new rear lights taking up more space in the trunk lid. Its element has a curved bottom line more than the two-door C-Class.
E-Class Coupe And Its Family
The new E - Class Coupé will be located halfway between the C - Class Coupé and the largest Class S Coupe and hopes to get similar success when launched. Once the 2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe makes its debut, expect the 2018 E-Class Cabriolet to follow shortly. The cabriolet reportedly has one of the smoothest and best driving experience car in the market today.
The 2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe will possibly debut at the Detroit Motor Show held in January or the Geneva Motor Show on March. It will then be available commercially in 2018.