On April 25, 2023, Mercedes-Benz will release the latest iteration of its globally acclaimed executive luxury sedan, the E-Class. A teaser image of the 2024 Mercedes-Benz E-Class has been unveiled, revealing what to expect.


Finally! Mercedes-Benz will debut the latest generation of the E-Class, one of its premier sedan variants, on April 25. The company provided clients with a sneak peek of the luxury sedan’s design while sharing information about the global launch.

According to the company’s photographs, the Stuttgart-based manufacturer appears to be preparing to set a new standard by releasing a car with more appealing aesthetics, higher build quality, a futuristic design, and enhanced safety features.

The forthcoming new E-Class will have an entirely new appearance, with the S-Class serving as a significant design inspiration. According to the reports, customers can anticipate an updated new grille and redesigned headlamps with updated integrated LED DRLs above them.

In the midst of this, there are rumours that the interior and cockpit of the upcoming E-class will endure significant revisions, distinguishing the vehicle from its competitors. Supposedly, the vehicle will be equipped with a new MBUX Superscreen, which integrates a free-standing digital instrument display with a centralised infotainment system and additional passenger displays.

The interior of the new E-Class is expected to receive significant upgrades. Optionally available will be a 12.9-inch OLED touchscreen infotainment system from the S-Class, while an 11.9-inch display from the C-Class is anticipated for the centre console. A third screen has also been implemented for the front passenger. These displays all feature the most current MBUX user interface. This time around, we can anticipate even more luxury and comfort packed into the legendary rear seats of the E-Class.

According to the report, the company may now make powertrain modifications and is anticipated to continue offering gasoline, gasoline-hybrid, and diesel engine options. Moreover, the company stated that in addition to the new E-Class model, an electric vehicle (EV) variant is also in development. This EV variant is being constructed on the modular EVA2 platform, which the company is developing for the global market.

Details regarding the available powertrains for the new Mercedes-Benz E-Class have not yet been disclosed. However, it is anticipated that the model will feature mild-hybrid technology, with a selection of petrol and diesel engines.