Mercedes-Benz E class
NEXT STAGE: Refresh in 2020
The freshened 2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class will arrive in U.S. stores in late 2020 with two new engines — a 2.0-liter four-cylinder and a beltless 3.0-liter inline-six turbo. The 3.0-liter is paired with the EQ Boost integrated starter generator, which can add up to 21 hp for short periods.
Freshened 2021 Mercedes-AMG variants of the E-Class coupe, cabriolet, sedan and wagon will also arrive in U.S. stores late this year. The AMG E 53 coupe and cabriolet will be offered with an AMG-enhanced inline-six turbo engine with EQ Boost, while the AMG E 63 S sedan and wagon will be powered by AMG's handcrafted 4.0-liter V-8 biturbo.
NEXT STAGE: Addition in 2020
Mercedes will bring an All-Terrain variant of the midsize sedan to the U.S., also in late 2020. It will be powered by the same 3.0-liter engine, delivering 362 hp.
NEXT STAGE: Redesign in 2023
The E-Class should receive a redesign in 2023. It will run on the MRA2 platform and have a mild-hybrid system.
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|Mercedes-Benz AMG GT New in 2020||Mercedes-Benz SL Redesign in 2021||Mercedes-Benz EQGLE New in 2022||Mercedes-Benz GLC Redesign in 2023||Mercedes-Benz EQC Freshen in 2024|
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|Mercedes-Benz GLE Redesign in 2020||Mercedes-Benz EQC New in 2021||Mercedes-Benz EQE New in 2022|
|Mercedes-Benz EQB New in 2021|
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