2014 Mercedes E-Class Revealed in Leaked Images

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2014 Mercedes E-Class Revealed in Leaked Images
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Though we have seen an undisguised version of the 2014 E63 AMG already, the first official images of the Mercedes E-Class hit the web today.

The styling of the E-Class received a pretty significant update, with one of the biggest changes being the absence of the iconic quad headlights, though the new front lights have LED dividers to make them appear like a quad-light setup. Along with the lights, the hood and front bumper get some new looks as well, making the front end of the car a little more fluid than the previous generation, and bringing it closer in the line with Mercedes’ overall styling.

SEE ALSO: 2014 E63 AMG Gets 4Matic All-Wheel Drive

Engine options are expected to be a V6 3.5-liter with 333 hp, and a turbocharged V8 4.6-liter with 435 hp. For AMG units, the brand’s bi-turbo 5.5-liter V-8 that makes 575 hp and an estimated 590 lb-ft of torque will likely be under the hood. The E63 is also set to receive an all-wheel drive setup.

The new 2014 E-Class is expected to make its public debut at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show in January.

GALLERY: 2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

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[Source: Autoforum.cz]

  • guest

    Hi Stephen, any word on Magic Sky Control for the E class refresh? Tx J

  • http://twitter.com/selmer07 Stephen Elmer

    So far, no official word has come on MSC for the E-Class. 

    But we have seen these spy photos: http://www.autoguide.com/auto-news/2012/10/2014-mercedes-e-class-revealed-in-spy-photos.html
    In them, you can see the panoramic glass roof, which would suggest that Magic Sky will come to the E63 AMG model, so likely other E-Class variants as well. 

  • guest

    Thank you Stephen. The current models have a fixed tint panoramic glass roof as standard equipment. What about the AMG roof picture makes you think it uses “Magic Sky Control”? It’s the wave of the future, just not sure why this refresh would use it. Thanks again, J