The updated Mercedes E-Class will be shown in Geneva this spring

The updated Mercedes E-Class will be shown in Geneva this spring

February 20, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

As part of the Geneva motor show, which will be held in March this year, the new Mercedes E-Class will be presented, as well as several new products from the sports Mercedes-AMG. The German brand also plans to introduce the “wild” Vision AVTR concept.

As part of the 2020 Geneva Motor Show, Mercedes-Benz plans to introduce an updated E-Class, test prototypes of which we have seen many times over the past few months. This car will not be the only one that the German brand will show at the upcoming auto show.

 First, a few words about the updated Mercedes E-Class, a teaser of which was published last month. Visual changes will be minor, the front and rear bumpers, as well as the lighting elements, will slightly change. Minor changes are expected in the cabin – there will be a new steering wheel, as well as the MBUX infotainment system.

 It is known that Mercedes engineers will offer an updated E-Class with at least seven hybrid engines.

 Two new engines will also appear – a 2.0-liter four-cylinder soft hybrid with a volume of 268 hp. and a 3.0-liter in-line six-cylinder engine with 362 hp As with other Mercedes models, a more productive version of the AMG E-Class will also be offered.

   They also want to show us two SUVs in high-performance versions from Mercedes-AMG, although now it is not known exactly which models are in question. The Mercedes Marco Polo van, which received a significant update earlier this year, will also be presented at the exhibition. It is equipped with the MBUX and MBAC (Mercedes-Benz Advanced Control) infotainment system, which allows you to centrally control residential functions such as lighting and heating. Mercedes will also unveil its ambitious Vision AVTR concept.

Not so long ago, we wrote that new electro-crossovers Mercedes EQA and EQB were noticed on tests. During the test races, prototypes of German Mercedes EQA and EQB crossovers, which are equipped with fully electric engines, were noticed.