Now, it’s nearing time for a bit of revenge. It’s almost the E-Class’ turn to show itself in the full light of MB’s latest design language, and the company are certainly taking its time in revealing its next-generation 5 Series fighter.
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Codenamed internally as the W213, spy photographers have captured the all-new model undergoing a group test in Scandinavia. You may have seen similar photos recently, but this time, a lot of the heavy camouflage plastics used to cover up the car’s looks have been taken off around the front and back.
Also, you get to see the new E-Class with two different front grille designs: one presumably for the bonnet star, another with the three-pointed star integrated to the front grille.
New wheel designs are a sight for sore eyes, including the new and expected headlamp and taillight designs – not dissimilar to what we’ve seen on the latest S- and C-Class. You can even see an existing W212 E-Class amongst its successors, which gives us a nice indication of how shaken up the designs are between then and now.
Interestingly, it looks as though the test drivers here were in the middle of testing the all-new E-Class’ boot space, which doesn’t look like they open up to as much room as before. Our photographers confirm the same by telling us the same.
Mercedes-Benz is still keeping its E-Class’s coming under wraps for now, but you’ll know all about it the very second we do. Stay tuned!