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Spy Shot: 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe

Fewer doors, more fun?

by on Jan.29, 2016

An "informed" rendering of the 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe.

We got our first look at the new Mercedes-Benz E-Class sedan at the Detroit Auto Show earlier this month, and while the German maker was planning to make us wait to see the 2-door version of the midsize line, our friends at Topspeed caught a glimpse of the E-Coupe and offered to share it with readers of

Despite the heavy camouflage, there are enough obvious details for the rendering that opens things up here. Under the mesh grille, the E-Coupe’s front end is expected to be a virtual clone of what we’ve already seen on the new E-Class sedan. That includes the distinctive, almost cat’s eye LED headlamps framing the new, oversized Mercedes grille.

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The sedan features a more curvaceous roof than the classic Mercedes sedan, but the E-Class Coupe gets a truly curvaceous roofline, with unique character lines and a different quarter window. The bottom line is a look that is decidedly more sporty than the four-door model, as well as the outgoing E-Coupe.


2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Pushes the Autonomous Envelope

Mercedes adds its first E-Class plug-in hybrid.

by on Jan.11, 2016

Mercedes-Benz unveiled its new E-Class in Detroit on the evening before the start of the North American International Auto Show.

There was a time when you measured luxury by the pound and inch, and perhaps by the amount of leather and wood in a car’s interior. Not anymore.

These days, technology has become more and more of a deciding factor, and by that measure, it’s hard to beat the 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class.

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Making its formal debut during a Sunday night reception ahead of the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the midsize Mercedes goes a good step beyond the maker’s already tech-laden flagship, the S-Class, adding an array of new infotainment and safety features and introducing some of the most advanced, semi-autonomous features yet on the road.