2013 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate Facelift Caught Less Disguised

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate facelift has been spotted again with a new camouflage, revealing more details compared to the previous photos we showed you end of May.

Now we can clearly see the new shape of the revised bumper and a new grille that is wider. The headlights are the biggest change – twin headlamps are replaced with a single headlamp that incorporate LED daytime running lights.

At back the tail lights and bumper will be revised as well.

Other updates to the new E-Class include a revised suspension that includes Magic Ride Control, which scans the road surface and adjusts the ride accordingly. Car-to-X information will be part of the new E-Class as well, informing the driver of close by emergency vehicles and other hazards.

Interior is expected to get a new choice of materials and colours.


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