Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain 2024 - AZH-CARS

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Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain 2024

The new Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain offers a seamless off-road experience with 4MATIC all-wheel drive, AIRMATIC air suspension for increased ground clearance, and a dedicated off-road driving program. Its robust design includes unique front grille, special bumpers, high-gloss chrome underride guards, and dark grey wheel-arch liners. Premiering at the 2023 IAA Mobility, this model joins the E-Class family and hits dealerships in Q1 2024.Compared to the standard E-Class Estate, the All-Terrain is slightly taller but maintains similar length (4,950 mm), width (1,904 mm), and features 235/55 R 18 standard tires on 8 J x 18 wheels. The cabin offers a spacious 1,519 mm of elbow room for rear passengers, thanks to a 28 mm increase in width. The 2,961 mm wheelbase ensures ample kneeroom, and the rear end hides a versatile cargo space ranging from 615 to 1,830 liters.

This All-Terrain model boasts an off-road-focused design with an SUV-style twin-louvre grille, distinctive bumpers, and dark grey wheel-arch covers. The interior features AMG stainless steel sports pedals and floor mats with the All-Terrain logo. AIRMATIC air suspension, standard across all models, offers adaptive responsiveness, maintaining constant ground clearance and lowering the vehicle by 15 mm at speeds above 120 km/h for improved fuel efficiency.

Three drive concepts – diesel, petrol, and plug-in hybrid – cater to diverse preferences. The mild hybrid system, with intelligent boost technology, enhances the diesel and petrol variants. The plug-in hybrid model provides an electric range of up to 100 km (WLTP). The interior showcases the MBUX Superscreen, which transforms into an off-road display, and Active Ambient Lighting with Sound Visualisation, offering a multi-sensory music experience.

The E-Class All-Terrain focuses on advanced technology, featuring the MBUX Entertainment Plus package, a digital vehicle key for iPhone and Apple Watch, and MBUX Routines for personalized automation. Safety is a priority with standard driver assistance systems like DISTRONIC and Active Brake Assist, with additional options in the Driving Assistance Plus Package. The vehicle's safety concept combines a rigid passenger cell, specific deformation patterns, and a variety of restraint systems.

Environmental consciousness is evident in resource-conserving materials, including recycled and renewable components. The Sindelfingen plant aims for net carbon-neutral production, utilizing renewable energy sources and investing in sustainable practices.

The E-Class Estate, with over 16 million units produced since 1946, has been a symbol of success. The All-Terrain variant, introduced in 2017, continues this legacy, combining luxury with off-road capability.