Mercedes-Benz will showcase the E-Class All-Terrain at this year’s Paris Motor Show. The new crossover based on the E-Class Estate received a larger ground clearance, bigger wheels, all-wheel-drive, and black body cladding.
The E-Class Estate comes with exclusive wheel designs, which are offered in 19-inch and 20-inch formats, but come with tires with high sidewalls to support comfort on rough roads.
The E-Class All-Terrain comes with the Dynamic Select as standard, which allows the driver to choose from five driving modes. At speeds of up to 35 kmph, the ride height is raised by up to 20 mm on top of the standard ground clearance, and the ESP, acceleration skid control, and active yaw are changed accordingly.
Mercedes-Benz will launch the all-new E-Class All-Terrain with a new four-cylinder diesel engine. Called the E 220d 4Matic., the new engine which will produce 194hp and peak torque of 400Nm.
With the E 220d 4Matic, the car can accelerate from 0-100kmph in just eight-seconds and reach a top speed of 232 kmph.