The 2016 Mercedes E-Class is back in more images and this time we get to check out the cabin of the entry-level version.
The 2016 Mercedes E-Class W213 is back in more images and this time we get to check out the cabin of the entry-level version.
When Mercedes revealed the interior of its new E, all photos depicted the cabin of the more expensive version with the S-Class-derived dual digital screen configuration. Now, we bring live images of the standard E-Class showing the basic layout with the analog dials and a smaller screen for the infotainment setup.
Those two tube-type round dials are separated by a 7-inch color display cluster, while the central screen has an 8.4-inch diagonal. As you can see, the analog dials and the two screens are all housed in a single frame that has a glossy piano lacquer finish which will obviously be a fingerprint magnet. It doesn’t look as good as the two 12.3-inch displays of the more premium versions and most likely only a few will actually go for this lesser version.
A full reveal of the new E-Class will take place next month in Detroit and the sedan will be followed several months later by the wagon (T-Modell).
Check out the source link below for live images showing the dual digital screen layout of the more expensive E-Class.