The new Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain facelift – 10 things you need to know

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The new Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain facelift stayed one step behind the saloon, estate and AMG variants, leaving all the limelight to its siblings. But what has been updated on the competitor of the Audi A6 Allroad?

The newly updated Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain follows in the footsteps of its predecessor with its rugged looks. But it is slightly different.

  1. It comes with redesigned front headlamps and taillights. Full-LED headlamps offered as standard, while the MULTIBEAM LED headlights are optional. The rear lamps now feature a horizontal layout, emphasizing the width of the car.
  2. The radiator grille has received a new look as well, it is positioned lower compared to the former generation and it highlights the capability of the vehicle off the tarmac. The skid plate now sports a mirror chrome finish rather than the previous one in silver shadow hue.
  3. There are three new paint colors available for the All-Terrain model as well: the high-tech silver, graphite grey metallic and Mojave silver.
  4. Newly designed wheels of 19 inches as standard and of 20 inches with run-flat tires as an option, with enhanced aerodynamics contribute to saving fuel and reducing noise while on the move.
  5. The distinctive plastic body gladding keeps its ground to make the E-Class All-Terrain more of an SUV than of an estate.
  6. The engine range patterns on that of the E-Class saloon and estate. So the off-road ready variant is also getting the plug-in hybrid variants. Mercedes also claims that there are additional engine variants for the All-Terrain as well as new drive modes, without releasing any information.
  7. It comes with an all-wheel drive, the 9-speed automatic transmission, the Air Body Control air suspension, hill descent control and off-road driving modes as standard specification.
  8. The Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain gets the MBUX infotainment system with Linguatronic control and with the optional 12.3-inch dual displays and the company’s latest sensitive central controller.
  9. Similar to the saloon and estate, the All-Terrain also comes with adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go, active steering assist, automatic emergency braking, active blind-spot assist and a 360-degree camera.
  10. The E-All-Terrain also gets the same updated cabin from the E-Class sedan, fresh with new colors and materials.