The new E-Class Estate

Functional, intelligent and with a dynamic look: the new E-Class Estate

Even more rear space than its predecessor
Compared to its predecessor, the E-Class Estate has increased in width by 28 millimetres. This gives the rear passengers even more space: Elbow room in the rear is increased to 1519 millimetres. The wheelbase has increased by 22 millimetres to 2961 millimetres. As a result, those sitting in the back enjoy more knee room and leg room.

Sporty beau with dynamic rear design
Although the roofline is more dynamically designed compared to its predecessor, the new E-Class Estate scores again with functionality and load compartment volume. Combined with the raked rear window, the overall appearance is progressive. The connection between tradition and modernity is made particularly clear by a feature at the front: A black panel-like surface connects the radiator grille with the headlamps. This insert in high-gloss black is visually reminiscent of the Mercedes-EQ models.

MBUX Superscreen with large glass surface
The E-Class Estate is equipped with the optimal front passenger screen, the large glass surface of the MBUX Superscreen extends to the central display. Visually detached from this is the high-resolution driver in the driver's field of vision.

Sound Visualisation
With the new Active Ambient Lighting (optional extra) with Sound Visualisation, you will be able to 'see' music tracks and the sounds of films or apps.

Automated comfort functions with routines
Mercedes-Benz is working on using Artificial intelligence so that the car will learn which comfort systems you use. When the new E-Class Estate is launched, customers will be able to use templates for standard routines. They also have the option of creating routines themselves.

Plug in hybrid available
A fourth-generation plug-in hybrid is already available at launch, and further models with this technology will follow.

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