The online premiere of the Mercedes-Benz E-Class Facelift, both coupe and convertible, will take place on May 27, 2020.
Mercedes already unveiled the sedan and wagon versions in March. They should go on sale in Europe this summer.
Now it’s time for two-door modifications. They will have similar updates as their four-door siblings, meaning revamped headlights, reworked taillight graphics.
The safety and driver assistance packs of the 2021 E-Class got upgrades. They include stop-and-go/steering/brake assist, active blind spot assist with exit warning, automatic parking on marked areas.
Inside you’ll meet the familiar dual-screen setup of the MBUX infotainment system and, of course, an all-new digital steering wheel with sensors and touch-sensitive buttons. Mercedes will sell the wheel in three different versions: all-leather, wood and leather, a supersport design.
The Convertible could arrive with a choice of colors for a soft top.
The E-Class is distinguished by a great choice of powertrains: gasoline, diesel, plug-in and mild hybrid.
In the case of the upcoming E-Class Coupe, the company will show an AMG E53-spec car with a 3.0-liter 429-hp (384 lb-ft) inline-six engine and an electric motor, which adds near 21 hp and 184 lb-ft of torque when working as a starter-generator.
The Mercedes-Benz E-Class is the bestseller of the brand. Presently its is especially popular in the Asia-Pacific region (China, Korea).
The current range of prices is wide – from $54,050 to $111,750 for the 2020 model (U.S. pricing).