With added off-road capability, the new Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain aims to be the Swiss Army knife of luxury cars. Versatile, packed with features, and engineered to perfection, this model completes the E-Class family for the United States market, catering to those on the hunt for a flexible luxury wagon, a style of car that often goes underappreciated stateside.
The E-Class All-Terrain comes standard with AIRMATIC single-chamber air suspension. Increased ground clearance and adjustable damping for both compression and rebound stages of the shock absorbers promise nothing short of a smooth ride on a varied range of surfaces. In addition, the new E-Class All-Terrain offers expandable luggage capacity ranging from 21.7 to a whopping 64.6 cubic feet. And let’s not forget the rear passengers. With a 0.87-inch longer wheelbase, clocking in at 116.6 inches, and an extra inch of elbow room, long road trips will be a breeze.
Aesthetics are an important part of automotive luxury, and the new Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain delivers on that front. Optional illuminated grille surround and optical fiber bundles give this car a look that screams ‘modern luxury’. Inside, an ambient lighting option that visualizes in-car audio enhances the overall sensory experience of driving the new E-Class All-Terrain. In addition, the car’s off-road design elements, such as the unique front grille, special bumpers, and chrome underride guards, showcase its rugged yet refined persona.
With a drag coefficient of 0.284, it’s a top performer in its segment, making it a highly aerodynamic choice. It’s also slightly larger than its E-Class Sedan sibling in terms of width and height, providing an even roomier interior. The car is powered by a six-cylinder engine complemented by a mild hybrid system, providing that extra kick when you need it most. Expect to see this marvel at U.S. dealerships in 2024.