You’ve probably heard about it. Mercedes has unveiled its new 2018 E-Class Cabriolet, or better known as the E-400 Coupe.
So, what’s new about this classic?
Well, the new E-400 coupe has a much more fluid design with fewer angles. The 2018 Cabriolet is also longer, wider and slightly larger than its predecessor. It also has more sporty proportions. With an Intelligent Light System LED that puts some light when you approach or leave the vehicle – this E-Class was definitely created for a powerful input.
So, what’s under the hood? E-Class Cabriolet is equipped with a double-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 engine with 329 horsepower and 354-foot torque. It features a nine-speed automatic transmission, although you can get the Mercedes 4-matic all-wheel drive system at an additional cost.
As for the interior, Mercedes has naturally installed the latest technology, comfort and luxury features, including front seats with quick heating and heating to the armrests of the door, a nice 12.3-inch screen, buttons Tactile on the steering wheel and more.
The two-door luxury cuts segment has been stagnant for many years, but with the new E-class, it is gaining a fresh infusion. Very different from the C-Class Coupe and positioned well above the Audi A5 and the BMW 4-series, it is almost approaching the level of the BMW 6-series and the Lexus LC – it is bigger at Inside that both, but lacking their V-8 engines available.
Gorden Wagener and his design team may have taken some unnecessary lines on the exterior of this coupe, but our first impression is that almost nothing misses this impressive two-door door. It will be unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show in January and will air in US showrooms next summer.
Mercedes E400 The 2018 Mercedes E400 Coupe will probably be available towards the end of the year. The awards will be announced shortly.
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