- E-Class All-Terrain height raised by 29mm over the standard model
- Powered by the same 2.0-litre diesel engine that generates 191bhp/400Nm
- The vehicle gets an SUV-style radiator grille, robust body and large light-alloy 19-inch wheels
Mercedes-Benz has launched its first ever station wagon in India, the E-Class All-Terrain. The All-Terrain version further expands the E-Class product line up in the country. The vehicle is based on the standard-wheelbase E-Class, but gets expressive exterior and interior design highlights. Moreover, the All-Terrain has a powerful and strong appearance which distinguishes it from the classic model.
The E-Class All-Terrain is raised by 29mm over the standard model. The vehicle gets an SUV-style radiator grille, robust body and large light-alloy 19-inch wheels. The rear seat backrest folds into a 40:20:40 split that offers 1,820 litres of storage. The cargo function for the second row of seats increases the rake angle of the backrest by 10 degrees to offer an additional 30-litres of additional storage space.
Speaking of features, the new Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain has unique features like increased ground clearance due to the Air Body Control multi-chamber air suspension. The car offers standard Dynamic Select along with All-Terrain transmission modes that increase the ground clearance by 35mm.
Under the hood, the Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain is powered by the same 2.0-litre diesel engine that develops 191bhp of power at 3800rpm and 400Nm of torque at 1600rpm. The engine comes mated to a nine-speed automatic gearbox that enables the vehicle to sprint from 0-100kmph in eight seconds. The top speed has been electronically restricted to 231kmph.