Our spy shooters have spotted the facelifted Mercedes-Benz E-Class coupe on test in Germany, just a couple of months after we first viewed a prototype of the refreshed E-Class Estate.
As it turns out, the entire E-Class family that includes the four-door sedan, station wagon and the coupe models will drop the quad headlights and obtain a single-unit headlamp on each side, likely incorporating the LED daytime running lights (instead of being mounted on the bumper).
In the case of the coupe, the front grille with Mercedes-Benz's star will be tweaked and set in a more upright position, while the front bumper will also be redesigned.
At the back, although the rear lights remain unchanged in this prototype, the production model may feature different tail lamp graphics along with a re-sculptured rear bumper.
Some changes may also be made inside and specifically to the dashboard and steering wheel designs to bring the E-Class in line with the newer Mercedes-Benz models.
While the powertrains will likely remain the same, expect some minor tweaks to improve their performance and fuel economy.