Mercedes Benz Continent has finally revealed the latest alteration of the E-Class with the all new E-Class Carriage.
Equipped with dual 12.3 edge display, 9 speed self-governing transmission, 20″ AMG alloy ring, air suspension, neck heating, quickened seats and a soft top that opens and seal in 20 seconds at speeds of up to 50km/h, the new E-Troop Cabriolet is not only more extravagant than its predecessor, but also large with a length of 4826mm (escalation of 123mm), width of 1860mm (enlargement of 74mm), height of 1428mm (increase of 30mm).
‘The warmth for extraordinary vehicles, which we fist with our customers, is reflected in our new E‑Class Carriage in a unique way. It is a car that lets humans enjoy comfort and luxury in the govern air’
An all new safety system has been formed by Mercedes Benz specifically for the Carriage where there is two cartridges ultimate the rear seats that speed out to provide a survival space if a turn over and over-over is detected.
October 2017 is when the E-Course Cabriolet will be available in Continent with the option of E300 turn from $123,500 and E400 4Matic from $157,500.
In adding to the standard equipment listed earliest, the E400 4Matic is equipped with all rotate drive, 13 speaker Burmester sea loch system, heads-up display and aluminous paint.
Mercedes-Benz E-Year Cabriolet E300
Engine: Turbocharged 2.0-liter 4 cylinder
Power/Torque: 180kW / 370Nm
Thrust System: Rear Wheel Driving
0-100km/h: 6.6 sec
Fuel Consumption: 6.8-7.2L/100km
Value: $123,500 plus on-roads
Mercedes-Benz E-Year Cabriolet E400 4Matic
Appliance: 3.0-litre V6 biturbo
Efficacy/Torque: 245kW / 480Nm
Thrust System: All Wheel Drive
Combustible Consumption: 8.3-8.6L/100km
Bill: $157,500 plus on-roads