Driven for the first time in the UK by our friends at Autocar, they sampled the range and gave a detailed perspective on the E300 Coupe.
Essentially, Autocar makes its crystal clear that the E300 Coupe just feels a bit too unrefined and the E400 is the one to get.
Whereas, if you want hot-hatch troubling straight-line performance, and don’t care too much about fuel bills, then the six-cylinder E400 4Matic is the better choice.
That said, in the meantime the company put out the E-Class Coupe.
as informed in The Protostar pavilion is in a constant state of metamorphosis and is presented in a specific instance frozen in time.
The design of the Protostar pavilion is inspired by the philosophy of the new Mercedes-Benz E-Class, undoubtedly a “masterpiece of intelligence”.
The design process itself challenges the conventional thinking of materials and their properties.
PAVILION DESIGN FOR THE LAUNCH OF THE NEW E-CLASS MERCEDES BENZ, at AD50 2017 by NUDESProtostar PavilionA protostar is a very young star that is still gathering mass from its parent molecular cloud.
The pavilion’s design celebrates the evolution of Mercedes-Benz through decades of innovation and developing cutting-edge technology across space and time.
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BMW 5 Series vs Mercedes-Benz E-Class vs Jaguar XF – group test
For that, its ascent must overcome two spectacular overhangs: the W213- series Mercedes-Benz E-Class and second-generation Jaguar XF.
The new BMW 5 Series, launched a few months ago and in the UK for the first time, is really good.
The 530d is down on power to the XF, too, and has one gear ratio less than the E350d.
The XF isn’t quite as good-looking, as accommodating, as well finished, as efficient or as overtly sophisticated as BMW’s rakish effort.
Rather, the XF juggles it judiciously, rolling it around some unseen linchpin like a speed skater gamely stooping for a turn.
collected by :Eva Kadin
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