2021 Mercedes E-Class Teased As Geneva Debut Shelved Due to Coronavirus

by Mohammed Burman | 02/03/2020
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Another teaser of the facelifted Mercedes E-Class has been released, showing off many amazing features of the new car.

The new Mercedes E-Class should have made its debut at the 2020 Gevena Motor Show. However, the auto show has been cancelled at the last minute due to the Coronavirus outbreak. This cannot prevent automakers from introducing their products to the market which they can still manage to do in some way or the other. Mercedes has chosen to do so by releasing a new teaser for their new car, the 2021 E-Class. The new teaser showcases the new sedan from all angles, which helps unveil it from inside out.

2021 Mercedes E-Class Preview

While the German luxury automaker has created too much excitement for the new car, since it is a mid-life update, not a new generation, most of the sedan remains unchanged, at least on the outside with a lot of familiar features. Earlier, numerous spy images have unveiled the E-Class with slightly tweaked headlamps, redesigned grille, restyled front and rear bumpers; the tail lamps also get some changes. The interior witnesses even fewer alterations with an upgraded steering wheel and a new MBUX infotainment unit.

2021 mercedes e-class teaser

The new Mercedes E-Class receives some minor alterations inside out.

The major changes happen to the motors of the sedan with some hybrid options consisting of both hybrid and plug-in hybrid ones. The powertrain details remain unknown but we are quite sure that the mild-hybrid 2.0-litre motor will generate 268 HP. Moreover, a more powerful 3.0-litre 6-cyl motor which can deliver 362 HP is also on the lineup.

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Despite not managing to come to the Gevena Motor Show, Mercedes has many ways to showcase its models to the public. The German luxury auto brand is also likely to showcase the E-Class via a livestream event. Though watching the car through a screen is not as exciting as directly watching it in person in the show, the auto customers can still catch some vivid glimpses of the new models, thanks to the development of social media.

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