2018 Mercedes E-Class: How To Make Sense Of Coupe
The 2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class coupe is going to be difficult to tell apart from the C-Class coupe, so here is how to make sense of it.
One of the biggest changes and differences between the two is when you look at the side profile of the two. The smaller C comes with a hidden B-pillar, with the Mercedes Benz E-Class doesn’t have one. This means that the vehicle looks more like the classic coupe when seen from the side. Mercedes has included a third small window in the vehicle as the back windows would be too big to be rolled down all the way, however on the prototypes it was covered up to mask this fact.
The Mercedes Benz E-Class doesn’t come with the upward kink of the C-Class coupe and so it looks more along the lines of the S-Class coupe. However it does offer taillights that are slimmer than those of the S and C-Class.
The Mercedes Benz E-Class isn’t going to get the mild-hybrid inline four and six engines during the first half of the production cycle; however you will get two full-blown AMG versions.
This includes the V8 twin-turbocharged, but it won’t have the 4Matic+ AWD system. The E43 is going to have the V6 3 litre twin-turbocharged engine and this should up 401PS and 384 lb-ft of torque.