Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet is Finally Back
A shift onto the larger E-Class platform, Mercedes has finally succeeded in manufacturing a car, which has a 45mm longer wheelbase that the model that it is said to replace.
Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet is finally back after a gap of a decade and a-half. In the mid-1990s, when Mercedes-Benz had turned away, the CLK cabriolet made an attempt and came forward to meet with the exchangeable demand of the Company.
Mercedes this time has decided to have a soft top rather than a folding metal roof, just like the Audi. The reason behind this is that a soft top is lighter, and more space-efficient to put.
Even though, the first inkling of the firm bonnet is almost ebbed when the roof is down, but the exterior has been designed keeping in mind the E-Class coupe.
It has trapezoid-shaped dual exhaust pipes and is easily distinguishable from all the other convertible variants. The test car has a fantastically designed interior, an elegant combination of grey leather with black trimmings and metallic highlighting.
With a sound system, satellite navigation, multizone climate control, Bluetooth capability, front parking sensors and reversing camera-the new invention comes with adaptive damping and Mercedes Attention Assist system.
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