The new Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate will receive all-terrain version

Chief Engineer of the new Mercedes-Benz E-Class Michael Kielce confirmed to reporters the appearance of all-terrain wagon version. According to him, the premiere news, which will be called All Terrain, held at the Paris Motor Show in 2016.
A key feature will be the modification of the air suspension with automatic height adjustment. It will change the ground clearance depending on the road surface quality. For example, when driving a light off-road ground clearance is high enough, however, as soon as the car will leave on a level highway, it is reduced to an optimum value.
Responding to questions, Kielce noted that E-Class Estate All Terrain will be inferior to the classic cross-country crossovers, but the machine will be able to drop far enough. In terms of design distinguish the new product will be on a massive bumpers, and the presence of plastic to protect the underbody and wheel arches.
As for the powertrain lineup, the car will receive the same engines as the conventional E Class Estate S213. This petrol “four” capacity of 184 and 211 hp, and the 3.5-liter V6 engine developing 333 “horses”. As for diesel, the buyers will be offered a 2.0-liter engine capacity of 150 and 192 forces, as well as the V6 3.0-liter, issuing 258 “horses”.
It is expected that in Europe, sales of the new Mercedes E-Class Estate All Terrain will begin in the first half of 2017, pricing information yet.


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