The facelifted Mercedes-Benz E-Class is scheduled to debut at the Detroit Motor Show next month. But before the official unveiling, images have hit the webosphere, once again thanks to the blokes at Germancarforum.
The most evident change is to the front of the sedan. The split headlamp assembly is now integrated to form a single console that adds some aggression to the classy design. Also the LED daytime running lamps have now moved up to be a part of the headlamp assembly, instead of straight line on the bumper. The German automaker has also revised the hood and the front bumper to give them a sharper and more imposing profile. At the back, there are minor changes including new exhaust tips and a re-profiled tail lamp cluster.
Inside, the car has carried over most of the design from its predecessor save for a revision to the dashboard and a brushed aluminium finish to add a little shininess to the cabin. Under the hood, the engines are all the same with addition of a 2.1-litre turbodiesel mill which is expected to be introduced only after the car is launched. The car will be unveiled at the Detroit Motor Show in January