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Introducing The All-New 2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

Introducing The All-New 2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

After the announcement that the Geneva Motor Show was to be cancelled, Mercedes took to their own media platform, ‘Mercedes me media’, to reveal the all-new fifth-generation E-Class – coming to showrooms later this year.

The brand-new, slightly facelifted E-Class will gain a new engine and updated interior technology to rival any competitors on the market.

While the exterior has only met minor changes, Mercedes-Benz has extensively reworked the E-Class’s user technology to host a range of new driver assistance systems, ‘energising’ comfort seats and its latest infotainment touch-screens.

The E-Class now comes as standard with two 10.25 inch screens, for the MBUX infotainment and instrumentation, with 12.3 inch screens optional.

The newly revised engine line-up includes seven petrol and diesel plug-in hybrid variants across the saloon and estate, variously offering rear- and four-wheel drive.

Power from the more fuel-efficient PHEVs range from 154bhp to 362bhp for the petrol units and 158bhp to 326bhp for the diesels. Full details have yet to be released.

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You can watch the world premiere, here. The E-Class was announced at the end of the press conference – 18 minutes in:

The refreshed E-Class is due to go on sale in the UK in May, with the first deliveries in September.

UK pricing and specifications have yet to be confirmed, although a small rise over the current starting price of £38,550 is probably expected.

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