Mercedes-Benz E-Class: New Car Spotted with Partial Camo

Oct 18, 2016 09:14 AM EDT | Leian N.

Since the carmaker announced the arrival of the Mercedes-Benz E-Class, fans had been anxious to see what the vehicles would look like. Apparently, a vehicle was spotted this week that showed the franchise has a camo.

Not much has been revealed about the new vehicle. In fact, fans of the carmaker had been anticipating about what the company would reveal for the upcoming franchise including what the coupe would look like, how strong the Mercedes-AMG E363 would be, and how to lavish the E-Class Convertible would cater to.

As reported by Auto Spies, a German photo spy was able to get a glimpse of one of the vehicles of the design. What was spotted was the Coupe which was covered heavily in camouflage including the insides of the car. However, the spy photographer was able to reveal hidden specs of the vehicle.

The Specs

The upcoming Mercedes-Benz E-Class coupe was said to have a brand new honeycomb grille by the front clip. It showed that such mobile could be the E300 coupe because it looked similar to that of the Volkswagen/Audi style.

Another manifestation from the photo showed that the C-Pillar is also quite the view. It seemed that the rear window had been modified along with its V-Pillarless motoring.


In other news, Benz Insider reported the vehicle will be revealed for the fans come 2017. In fact, the coupe will be scheduled for a makeover come 2018.

Furthermore, it was also announced that the 2018 Coupe would look like the saloon counterpart of the franchise. It has the same platform along with the B-pillars spotted by the photographer. Also, the vehicle will be a rear-wheel drive model with better performance specs and have interior elements that are modified with high-technology features.

The price for the upcoming Mercedes-Benz E-Class will be revealed soon.

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