The new front-end with single (instead of quad) headlamp units seen on a completely naked version of the 2014 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG sedan parked outside a hotel in Madrid last month, will also decorate the fascia of the rest of the E-Class family that includes the Estate (station wagon), Coupe and Convertible models.
However, that was to be expected. What we weren't sure about was whether Mercedes-Benz would also eliminate the so-called "Pontoon" style fenders on the two-door models, as it did on the revamped sedan.
Judging by these scoop shots of the convertible as well as previous photos of coupe prototypes, the two-door models of the E-Class series will keep the sculpted rear fenders intact, while changes at the rear end will focus a redesigned bumper and new graphics for the tail lamps.
The interiors of all E-Class models will gain better materials and possibly some styling modifications to the dashboard.
As for the mechanical hardware, we expect Mercedes to make improvements to the efficiency of the E-Class' engines and transmissions.
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