The new Mercedes E-Class 2023 declassified before the premiere (photo)

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The new Mercedes E-Class 2023 has been declassified before the premiere (photo)

Mercedes E design -Class will become more solid, and a large display will appear in the cabin. A plug-in hybrid capable of driving 100 km on electric power will appear in the model lineup.

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Photos of the new generation Mercedes-Benz E-Class have appeared on the Internet. The premium sedan is currently undergoing tests and should be presented this spring. The pictures were at the disposal of the Italian edition of Quattroroute.

The new Mercedes E-Class will look more solid and now looks like the older S-Class. The sedan has a higher window line, and the sidewalls have become more prominent. The grille was made wider, and the headlights are now slanted. Retractable door handles also attract attention.

New Mercedes E- Class 2023 declassified before premiere (photo)

The new Mercedes E-Class 2023 has been declassified before the premiere (photo)

The interior of the 2023 Mercedes E-Class has undergone even more radical changes. Following the example of electric vehicles Mercedes EQE and EQS, a huge display is stretched over almost the entire front panel. It is expected that the sedan will receive new security systems.

It is already known that Mercedes-Benz will follow the path of reducing the volume of E-Class engines. The top-end 4.0-liter V8 twin-turbo will most likely disappear from the line, and there will be fewer 3.0-liter models.

The emphasis will be on 2.0-liter petrol and diesel turbo fours. More advanced plug-in hybrids will also appear, capable of driving up to 100 km on electric power.