The new 2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain
An E-Class for the road less traveled.
Comfort, luxury and safety – with an added dose of versatility.
With the newly redesigned E-Class Sedan comes a unique new variant to the Mercedes-Benz lineup: the 2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain with standard AIR BODY CONTROL air suspension. The exterior shines with an SUV-like character and distinctive matte-black body cladding. This rare, eye-catching style is accentuated by the redesigned grille and LED headlamps and taillamps. 19” wheels with all-season, run-flat tires complete the look and provide a platform to tackle roads of almost any kind. Meanwhile, a new 3.0L Inline-6 turbo engine with EQ Boost provides 362 hp and up to 21 additional hp thanks to EQ Boost technology.Disclaimer That, combined with 4MATIC all-wheel drive and additional Offroad and Offroad+ DYNAMIC SELECT driving modes, accounts for optimum traction and agility.
Within the cabin, the latest technology is at your fingertips, starting with the Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX) infotainment system. Fueled by Artificial Intelligence, the system can be operated by voice control, the new touchpad, or by using the capactive touch control buttons on the steering wheel – whichever you prefer. A widescreen dual display, heated front seats, and seamless smartphone integration with Apple CarPlay® and Android AutoTM add to the comfort and convenience.
But perhaps the most innovative features lie in the next level Intelligent Drive and available driver assistance systems. Active Distance Assist DISTRONIC® automatically adjusts your speed based on the traffic ahead. Active Steering Assist generates steering torque to keep you in the center of the lane on straight roads and slight bends. And Active Parking Assist with PARTRONIC and a 360º camera makes it possible to enter and exit parallel and straight-away parking spaces automatically. All of this combines to make the E-Class All-Terrain one of the most fun-to-drive vehicles on the road.
The all-new E-Class All-Terrain will arrive at U.S. dealers by late 2020.