/2018 Mercedes E-Class Coupe Teased and Leaked

2018 Mercedes E-Class Coupe Teased and Leaked

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So over the weekend Mercedes-Benz went ahead and dropped the first teaser for the all-new 2018 Mercedes E-Class Coupe, the spiritual successor to the good old CLK, anticipating a big reveal later in the week. But their efforts were nullified by a Belgian website who leaked the official photos of the car.

The Belgians got their hands on an early copy of 2018 Mercedes E-Class Coupe official brochure, scanned it, and put it online, revealing not only the looks of the new model in full glory, but also most of its specs and details. We’re going to show them to you, but I think we also owe it to Mercedes to check out their teaser, just out of respect:

So then, 2018 Mercedes E-Class Coupe… well, granted, the thing looks too much like an E-Class sedan from the front and too much like the C-Class coupe in profile and too much like a S-Class coupe around the rear. But overall, it’s a good-looking and impressive coupe and one that instantly brings to mind the CLK and all its superb variants. Mercedes designers have become really lazy these days, because the car also shares its interior design with the rest of the lineup. They will tell you it’s the corporate look, but to be honest we don’t get the point of having a whole range of cars that all look the same.

At any rate, the new E-Coupe comes with some delightful features such as cool new air vents and an AMG Sport Package that looks particularly nice. New rims and interior trims are also part of the deal here, as is a new E400 4 MATIC variant with a 333 hp and 80 Nm of torque motor. Should be quite a performer this one, especially with the Air Body Control suspension and Dynamic Select. Other variants include E220d diesel, E200 petrol and E300 petrol. A 9G-tronic automatic transmission is standard across the range.

Photos via AutoTIJD.be

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