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New Mercedes-Benz E-Class All Terrain has been teased…

Practical Motoring logo Practical Motoring 21-09-2016 Isaac Bober

The new Mercedes-Benz E-Class All Terrain has been teased ahead of its Paris Motor Show reveal at the end of this month.

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JUST ONE WEEK after Volvo revealed its V90 Cross Country, the all-wheel drive Mercedes-Benz E-Class All Terrain has been teased in a 22-second video overnight. It will get its official global reveal at the Paris Motor Show this month.

Mercedes-Benz has been tight-lipped about the E-Class All Terrain but it’s expected to feature the current line-up of engines and also boasts a new driving mode, called All Terrain which will adjust steering, suspension, throttle and turn off auto stop/start.

The E-Class All Terrain will get a raised ride height which is likely to be around the 170mm mark, flared wheel arches, the typical bits of bulked plastic on the lower edges of the car as well as plastic underbody cladding.

Over the last few months we’ve driven similar products, including the A4 allroad, Subaru Outback, and Volkswagen Passat Alltrack as well as the VW Golf Alltrack.

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