2014 Mercedes E-Class Facelift Photos Leaked, Including Estate, Interior

Read all about it, read all about! The new Mercedes E-Class that should have been revealed next year at the 2013 Detroit Motor Show in mid-January has actually been leaked onto the internet. These photos are quite clearly official ones and actually provide a great deal of new information about he car.
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For example, there are two photos that show the front end, but the estate is quite different. The air intakes are smooth but larger than on the sedan, which also has no extended wheelarches, different inserts for the back bumper less chrome trim and the more elegant grille with no star. Despite this, the 2014 Estate has “E250” written on the back, not even close to AMG status. Yes, that means a “Sport” cosmetic package will be available, just like on the brand new A-Class compact.

We already know all about the new headlights, which the biggest change for the E-Class. They seem to have a full LED design and geometric inserts.

The design of the E-Class is clearly improved, but will the car stand out as much if you don’t go for the big wheels, the optional chrome and the fake AMG body kit?

The engine range will most likely include the 3.5-liter V6 for the E350 and the 4.7-liter twin-turbo V8 for the E500/E550. As for the E63 AMG, the engine in that monster should continue to remain the same. Mercedes reportedly has a turbocharged 3-liter V6 with 333 hp, which they will introduce to the new C-Class, and maybe even the E-Class.

For the first time, the E63 AMG, this will likely also be available as an all-wheel drive model for the first time in the company’s history.

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