Mercedes-Benz has just revealed the E-Class Coupe and Cabriolet Night Edition exclusive versions. But just how much would customers need to transfer into the company’s bank account to take one home?
The all-new Mercedes-Benz E-Class Night Edition is available starting now as a coupe and cabriolet. The premium carmaker is also working on similar versions of the sedan and estate. Customers across Europe will be able to order one starting July 2022. No info on the availability of these versions in the United States though.
The Night Edition package brings all the goodies standardly included in the AMG Line and Night Package. Customers can tick this optional package box, regardless of the body style and engines they order. Only AMG models cannot be ordered with it. The list of special features that the Night Package includes starts with the diamond grille with pins in black. The Night Edition badge shows up on the wings. There are exhaust pipes in black and AMG light alloys in high-gloss black.
The sedan and estate, available starting this mid-summer, will come with a boot lid in high-gloss black as well.
An instrument panel finished in Artico man-made leather or in Dinamica microfiber with contrasting topstitching finds its way on board the Mercedes-Benz E-Class Night Edition. The leather and Nappa leather upholstery are available as options. Customers can also go for either dark aluminum or metallic finishes. The center console displays an open-pore black ash wood finish. The Night Edition badging in polished aluminum with letters in high-gloss black also shows up at the top of the center console.
There are illuminated doors sill panels with the Mercedes-Benz lettering, as well as floor mats with the edition logo embroidered on them.
The extra surcharge for the Mercedes-Benz E-Class Night Edition varies between 5,295 and 9,222 euros, depending on body style and drive system.