New Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe Spied Uncovered

Posted: Dec 2 2016, 11:24am CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 

New Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe Spied Uncovered
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  • The new Mercedes Benz E Class Coupe Spied in Germany Without any Camo
 

The new Mercedes Benz E Class Coupe is surely a treat to watch

The new and upcoming Mercedes Benz E Class Coupe is the new car that has been given the S-Class styling treatment by the auto maker. This the last vehicles of the traditional line up f Mercedes Benz that has been updated.

The sedan version of Mercs including the E400 Wagon, E-Class All-Terrain and the latest 603bhp E63 AMG S are all on sale these days. The final version of the E Class which is the Coupe was hidden up till now.

However it looks like the mystery finally has been solved. Some of the spy photographers recently spotted by AutoBlog shows the new and brilliant looking E Class Coupe while it was being tested in Germany.

The best thing about these photos is that these all are showing the coupe which is not covered. As the car is almost in its final developmental stages so it was of no surprise that it was not covered in any kind of camo.

The Mercedes Benz E Class Coupe, looks pretty much like that of C-Class Coupe that actually is a scaled down version of the full sized two door S Class car offered by the company. This proves that Mercedes can surely remain stylish and up to date all these years and more to come.

There are a number of things that can be seen as a difference in the E-Class sedan and a coupe. Both of these cars share the same fascia which is the reason that they have many identical features as well.

The profile however has many overall differences. The roofline of the car is smoothly shown flowing downwards the trunk. The rear mirrors are bigger in this version and the horizontal strip is missing between the lights.

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