The 2017 Mercedes E-Class has leaked ahead of its official debut at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show.
Following in the footsteps of all the recently updated Mercedes models, the 2017 Mercedes E-Class sports all the styling elements found in the new C- and S-Class models. Last month, the German automaker detailed all the technology found in the new interior of the E-Class that includes a wide high-resolution dual display, with each display measuring 12.3 inches. The company has also teased the new Multibeam LED headlights that feature 84 individually-controlled high-performance LEDs.
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Technical details of the 2017 Mercedes E-Class won’t come until closer to its unveiling at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show, but expect a wide range of gasoline and diesel engines as well as a plug-in hybrid variant and a diesel model. In the U.S., the E300 model will likely be powered by a four-cylinder engine while the E400 will feature a six-cylinder mill. The E350e will be a plug-in hybrid model while the E250d diesel will live on like the current model.
Stay tuned for more details on the 2017 Mercedes E-Class once the German automaker officially announces it. For now, check out a video detailing the headlights below.
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