Mercedes-Benz Unveils 2024 E-Class Estate

A few months after unveiling the 2024 E-Class Sedan, Mercedes-Benz has now revealed the E-Class Estate. It features the same refreshed design as its sedan counterpart, including rounded headlights and distinctive triangular patterns in the taillights.

Mercedes will launch the E-Class Estate with gasoline, diesel, and plug-in hybrid engine choices. The E200 features a 2.0-liter turbocharged mild-hybrid four-cylinder engine, delivering 204 hp and 236 lb-ft of torque. The E220d packs a four-cylinder turbodiesel engine with mild-hybrid assistance, producing 197 hp and 325 lb-ft of torque. An inline-six turbodiesel engine, and an inline-six plug-in hybrid variant will be introduced later.

The E300e model combines an electric motor with the E200’s engine, resulting in a total output of 312 hp. It is equipped with a 25.4 kWh battery pack, providing an estimated all-electric range of 62 miles. Compared to its predecessor, the wagon has undergone growth in dimensions, with increases of 0.15 inches in overall length, 1.1 inches in width, 0.04 inches in height, and 0.86 inches in wheelbase.

While the sedan offers a trunk capacity of 19 cubic feet, the wagon provides 21.7 cubic feet behind the second row. With the seats folded, the space expands to 64.6 cubic feet. Unlike the previous model, the new wagon does not offer a rear-facing third-row option.

The interior technology of the wagon is identical to that of the sedan, featuring the new Superscreen equipped with apps like TikTok, Angry Birds, and built-in cameras with versatile functionalities.

Unfortunately, the E-Class Estate models mentioned earlier will not be available in the US market. However, the US will receive the All-Terrain variant, which is a lifted version of the wagon with similar features but a taller stance.

Additionally, the high-performance E63 Wagon is expected to arrive in the US, with rumors suggesting a shift from a V8 engine to a hybrid V6, although this information remains unconfirmed. According to these rumors, the next-gen E63 is expected to deliver an output close to 700 hp and over 800 lb-ft of torque.

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