The fifth-generation Mercedes-Benz E-Class will be up for sale in the summer of 2016.
The Mercedes-Benz E-Class will mark its official debut at the Detroit Auto Show. The E-Class will rival the Audi A6 and Jaguar XF upon its release.
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Before the show next month, Mercedes has released a few teasers. Mercedes has revealed the interior of the E-Class ahead of its debut. The interior of the E-Class is inspired by the larger S-Class Mercedes.
The interior shows that numerous innovations have been applied to the BMW 5 Series. The same digital dashboard technology used in the S-Class has been adopted.
However the new E-Class has two 12.3in displays housed within a single unit. The screens dominate the cabin of the E-Class interior. The new system in the E-Class is completely configurable by the driver.
The Mercedes’ Comand infotainment software has also been upgraded in the E-Class. The instrument cluster themes can also be altered in the E-Class, according to AutoCar.
Drivers can choose from three different themes. The themes are called the Classic, Sport and Progressive. The themes also adjust the content shown in each display.
To control content touch-sensitive pads on either side of the steering wheel have been added. The touchpad controller already installed in Mercedes-Benz range is also retained.
Most of the E-Class models will have the widescreen set-up as a standard feature. However the base Avantgarde versions will feature the traditional analogue dials.
The dials in Avantgrade will have colour display and an 8.4in central infotainment screen. A wireless charging mat and USB connector have been inserted in the centre console storage.
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An SD card slot and two USB slots can be found in the armrest storage compartment. According to Mercedes after sitting in the E-Class the interior of any other car will seem like Stone Age.