The coupé-esque proportions typical of Mercedes-Benz are characterised by a distinctive front end with low-positioned sports grille and central star, a long bonnet with powerdomes, a rearward-shifted, squat greenhouse and a muscular rear end. The dynamic looks are underlined by four frameless side windows and the absence of a B-pillar.
With these clear forms, the design of the coupé conveys an air of luxury and style alike.
The interior of the E-Class Coupé embodies the synthesis of sporty emotion and luxurious intelligence. A decidedly sporty note is set by the air vents, the form of which is heavily influenced by the look of a turbine engine. Especially for the E-Class Coupé, there is a choice of two new innovative, light wood trim packages in open-pore and high-gloss finishes. Precisely executed seams give emphasis to the seat design of each equipment line. The interior lighting makes exclusive use of durable, energy-saving LED technology. Also avilable is enhanced ambient lighting with 64 colours.
The spatial impression is exceptionally generous for a coupé. It is therefore perfectly suitable as a stylish touring car for 4 people – entirely in the tradition of an exclusive Gran Turismo./**/ /**/
The two-part, extremely flat LED tail lamps, which, in combination with MULTIBEAM LED headlamps, celebrate the world premiere of a welcome feature. When the vehicle is opened, the taillight LEDs illuminate from the centre of the vehicle outwards. On locking the vehicle, the light sequence runs in the opposite direction./**/ /**/
As an exclusive and sporty coupé, the latest member of the E-Class family can look back on an almost fifty-year history. Its first ancestor was unveiled by Mercedes-Benz in 1968. Further model series followed – for a while also under the name CLK. Each generation combined superb design with agile sportiness and contemporary luxury at a high level./**/ /**/