All-new 2023 Mercedes-Benz E-Class set to be unveiled on 25 April

The next-generation all-new 2023 Mercedes-Benz E-Class is set to be unveiled later this month, on the 25th of April, the company has confirmed today. Along with the announcement, the company also provided a teaser image of the car’s side profile, giving us our first look at the upcoming next-gen E-Class.

Just like the interior, which was revealed earlier this year, we expect the exterior design of the upcoming all-new 2023 Mercedes-Benz E-Class to borrow significantly from its electric counterparts. However, it appears that the car will feature a more “traditional” shape, rather than the “one-bow” style swoopy silhouette.

Still, the rear windscreen looks like it’ll be significantly raked thanks to its sloping roofline. A full-length character line down the entire side of the car to visually connect the headlights and tail lights.

No technical specifications are announced yet, but we’re guessing that it’ll likely be a fully electrified line-up, just like the marque’s other launches recently, including the GLS and GLC.

What we don’t need to guess is its interior, as the company has already revealed the upcoming E-Class’ cabin earlier this year. It’ll debut a new ‘Superscreen’ design, as the successor to the Hyperscreen of the EQS and EQE. The key difference here comes in the form of a separate screen for the digital instrument cluster, with a more upright position for better visibility while driving.

The MBUX operating system has also been updated to support downloadable apps including TikTok, Zoom, and Angry Birds among others – the first two will utilise a new in-car camera perched atop the dashboard for video while the car is stationary.

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