By Matt Schmitz on January 15, 2013
Like all families, Mercedes-Benz's E-Class lineup continues growing and changing through the years. The automaker brought the whole clan to the 2013 North American International Auto Show in Detroit this week for a reunion. The revised-for-2014 E-Class family portrait includes the sedan, coupe, cabriolet and wagon — and each one still looks great.
A cohesive design boasts a more flowing silhouette, along with a new four-eyed stare from LED headlights and a pair of grilles that display the Mercedes star upright on the hood or integrated into the grille. A new four-cylinder diesel engine joins a pair of V-8 gasoline engines and a hybrid powertrain. Inside, design, materials and overall feel have returned to a distinctive, luxurious quality that in some ways has been missing.
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