After seeing spy photos of the sedan, wagon and AMG version, today we have a look at the Cabrio which will also get a facelift.
After seeing spy photos of the sedan, wagon and AMG version, today we have a look at the Cabrio which will also get a facelift. All revised models will be launched in approximately 12 months; four years since the introduction of the current generation.
The cabriolet version of the E-Class will get a new front grille with possibly only one single large crossbar and a single-unit headlight layout, all framed by a redesigned larger lower air inlet. By the looks of it, the rear bumper will also receive some alternations, but we can’t say for sure due to the thick cladding.
Mercedes-Benz might launch an entry-level E300 model powered by a V6 3.5-liter engine detuned to output approximately 248 hp (185 kW). The E350 could get a power hike, while the E550 Cabrio will stick to its V8 4.6-liter twin-turbo engine but a few additional ponies are expected.
New tech for the 2014 E-Class Cabrio will include intelligent lane-assist, upgraded night vision system, improved dynamic dampers and multi-directional LED lightning.