New E Class Coupe may come with a glass roof, as spied here. Mercedes will be offering both a coupe and cabriolet version of its new E Class range which will debut next week with the E Class sedan.

It seems Mercedes is taking a few design cues from Peugeot.

Here we have an E Class Coupe with a glass roof. It appears Mercedes will be offering a slew of variants of this model. From a cabriolet with a folding hardtop to a coupe with a glass roof. Hey, how about a convertible with a folding glass roof? Or how about a roof made of wood?

Mercedes has huge hopes for the new E Class range. Germany's foremost premium brand has even moved up the date for their debut of the new E Class sedan which was slated to take its first public bow at Geneva in March but will now be officially unveiled next week.

As for the Coupe, in recent spy shots we can see how similar it is in style to the CLS Coupe released a couple of years ago. Which is good news because that car looked great.

Gasoline/petrol engines likely on offer for this E Class Coupe, glass roof or not, will be a 3.5 liter V6, a 5.4 liter V8 and an uprated 6.2 liter AMG V8. As for the diesels, which can now easily power a cabriolet given how good they've gotten at keeping their voices down, you can expect Mercedes' new line of cleaner oil burners to be made available. Those are the 200, 220, 250 and 300 CDI, along with the new 350 BlueTec topping out the range.


Gallery: Mercedes E-Class Coupe Spied with Glass Roof