2015 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
2015 Mercedes-Benz E-Class – BESTTECHCARS.COM – The 2015 Mercedes-Benz E-Class is an all new Mercedes-Benz E400 powered by twin-turbo V6 replacing its successor the V8-powered E-Class. For the 2015, E-Class will be an all-new model. It offers powerful, sophisticated V6 engine, delicate new style and remarkable interior workmanship and arrangements. Unfortunately, there will be no more V8 E-Class version. The V8-powered E550 from the lineup will likely be dropped in 2015 and you won’t get the AMG name for the E-Class.
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Although the E400 Hybrid model has been released by Mercedes, the new 2015 Mercedes-Benz E-Class won’t use the hybrid’s V6 or any electrical engine. There will be a 3.0-liter V6 with twin-turbocharger under the hood. It is good for 329 hp and 354 lb. ft. of torque paired with a 7-speed automatic transmission. The twin turbo gives the new E400 with enough power to boost subtly and the V6 can lift to the maximum RPM with fervor. The V6 offer milder manners, softer noise and small movement are easily noticed if you’ve been familiar to the E550 that offer lots of torque.
The update of 2015 Mercedes-Benz E-Class includes revised headlights above the larger air intakes, a more carved hood and more simplified, straighter rear wings. There are two grille shapes for its two trim models. the Sport models will come with the larger license plate-sized insignia set in the mid of a more forceful two-bar grille while the Luxury models come with more old-fashioned three-bar louver grille with star hood embellishment.
In the cabin of 2015 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E400, the electrically assisted steering feels heavy, slow and boasts, less engaging and off-putting. It feels to have the most rigid body shells in the class. There is a few minor layout tweaks to upscale appearance, but heavier on the technology improvements. Shoppers will find about 24 cameras and sensors and ultrasonic scanners around the car to monitor cross traffic, pedestrians, possible sideswiping and forthcoming rear-enders. They will help to control all brake, throttle, steering and park including a bird’s-eye view.
The 2015 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E400 is expected to come with all-wheel drive, and Mercedes’ better safety technologies such as impact vindication pre-braking, adaptive cruise control, lane monitoring support, occupant safety in rear-end impacts plus braking the car while inactive to prevent more impacts and lethargic driver attentive. Mercedes’ adaptive cruise control will automatically deactivate if it senses driver’s hands are not on the wheel. It works by monitoring steering inputs by assuming your hands are busy texting with your cell phone. The E-class is known to preview several of the features of the forthcoming S-class and also post viewing some features from cheaper cars like the Ford Focus’s feature that offer self-parking. Another example is VW Passat’s sensor under the bumper that senses your waving foot to open the trunk.
The price of the 2015 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E400 is expected out below the E550 and follows the same design hints as the existing restored model. It will likely arrive on showroom next spring.