Ahead of its official unveil at the 2016 NAIAS on January 11, the new Mercedes-Benz E-Class will be previewed at the 2016 CES later this week.
The announcement was made by the German firm, but visitors shouldn’t expect the whole car to be present at the Las Vegas event, because the three-pointed star will only preview the cockpit.
"Exclusively, in advance of the world premiere in Detroit, CES visitors can also experience the innovative cockpit of the upcoming new E-Class which is set to herald an all new era in digitalization", said the automaker.
The highlights of the executive sedan's interior are the two 12.3-inch screens, wireless charging, the energy-saving LEDs and others, while customers of the entry-level version will get the analog dials, separated by a 7-inch display and an 8.4-inch display for the infotainment system.
The 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class will be officially unveiled, on January 11, during the Detroit auto Show, and a week later, the company will reportedly start taking pre-orders for it.
Benz will also offer an insight into the future of the User Interface and User Experience design with the "Concept Intelligent Aerodynamic Automobile", known as the IAA Concept that was unveiled at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, with its body hinting at the design of the upcoming CLS.