Alongside the saloon model, Mercedes-Benz also plans to follow up today’s Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate and Mercedes-Benz E-Class All Terrain with successor models, due out in 2024.

It will also be joined by a Mercedes-AMG E53 sports saloon variant, which will be differentiated by its bespoke grille, bigger brakes and sports exhaust.

Mercedes-Benz is not giving too much away about the future of the E-Class Coupé and E-Class Cabriolet, although it is believed a new CLE – a moniker recently trademarked by Mercedes – could serve as a replacement for both of these cars and the smaller two-door C-Class models.

One of the last models to be based on Mercedes-Benz’s existing MRA platform, the new E-Class saloon receives a slightly longer wheelbase than today’s fifth-generation model. The track widths have also been increased, giving the new 2023 model a larger footprint and interior dimensions.

The double-wishbone front and multi-link rear suspension has been modified to fit the new dimensions of the platform structure. It will be offered in combination with an optional air suspension and, for the first time on the E-Class, a rear-wheel steering system offering up to 10deg of steering at the rear.

The engines, mounted in their traditional longitudinal position, will be reduced in number and – in selected models – capacity, too.


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