The Mercedes-Benz E-Class was once again spotted, this time in northern Europe undergo cold testing. As with previous views, the limousine receives some noticeable changes on its exterior, but now, we get an insight into what has changed from within.
Not surprisingly, there is not much new in the E-Class cabin at the first glance, with the same layout of the control board that is transmitted from before, with a wide cockpit which is the main focus.
After a closer look, you will notice that the touchpad for the infotainment system of the car in the center console is new, and looks like the one used in the latest V177 A-Class – without palm rest. This is not the first time we've seen this interface, as it was present on the GLC F-Cell and the previous S-classes and E-classes.
However, do not keep up with the Mercedes-Benz user experience (MBUKS) system that enters the E-Class, given the different architecture needed to run the system.
In other areas, we also notice a new head-on design with a smaller central head compared to the current model, which will likely continue to have the Mercedes-Benz Touch Control interface.
As for the exterior, the front of the E-Class is completely rearranged with a trapezoidal cooler grille and angled front lights that feature LED DRLs with arrows. The rear lights are also a new OLED unit, something is shared with the coupe version of the facelift.
Engine options should be similar to the current range currently offered after the latest E-Class update, including mild hybrid, plug-in hybrid and conventional internal combustion engines.