According tomedia reports, Mercedes-Benz E-Class sedanis is making a big splash, the latest 2021 E-Class two-door coupe and convertible, as well as the better-to-do 2021 AMG E53 two-door coupe and convertible has made its debut this week. The new sedan and van are also equipped with the company’s EQ Boost charging system — as well as a dual-display dashboard — along with the new sedan and van.
Compared with the older generation of models, the modeling of the new car has been further beautified, especially the LED headlights changes. The new model sits with a flatter roof and LED taillights.
The new diamond grille uses a separate heat sink, with a Mercedes star shape at the center and the reversing camera hidden in the stars at the back. The new car will offer four new color schemes – Cirrus Silver Metallic, Graphite Grey Metallic, Mojave Silver Metallicdesigno Patagonia Red – and a new aerodynamic wheel option.
Both the two-door coupe and the convertible version feature the new 3.0L inline 6 turbocharged engine and Mercedes’ EQ Boost system. That’s good for 362 horsepower and 369 pound-feet of torque, and the EQ Boost is known to provide an extra 21 hp power and 184 pound-feet of torque. The rear drive is standard and the full drive is optional.
The 9G-TRONIC 9-speed automatic transmission is standard and offers a top speed of 130 mph. Mercedes said data on the new car’s 100km acceleration time and fuel economy would be released in due course.
As for cars, the dashboard is simpler and cleaner, with two 12.3-inch displays on top, running the company’s latest infotainment system, MBUX, and supporting voice control. Capacitive touch control and capacitive sensors are also installed in the new steering wheel, which means that when the car enters adaptive cruise control, the driver can be tracked without touching the steering wheel. In the past, the driver needed to apply a small twist on the reverse disc.
At the same time, the seat has adaptive adjustment and an integrated headrest. Leather that reflects sunlight is also used in the convertible version, and the Airscarf neck heating system is standard. In addition, both cars are equipped with heated front seats, keyless start-up, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, wireless phone charging, Burmester audio system and 64-color ambient lighting, as well as 18-inch wheels, parking and blind spot assistance and navigation.
2021 AMG E53 two-door sedan and convertible version
For more driving fun, the Mercedes-AMG is ready for the 2021 E53 two-door coupe and convertible version. Both cars feature an AMG-enhanced 3.0L inline 6 turbocharged engine with an output of up to 429 horsepower and a torque peak of 384 lb-ft. The EQ Boost offers an additional 21 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque. Of course, they are not immune to various driving settings controlled by DYNAMIC SELECT mode – Sport, Sport plus and AMG RIDE CONTROL CONTROL air suspension.
The transmission uses the AMG SPEED SHIFT TCT 9G system, while the AMG Performance 4MATIC plus all-wheel drive is standard.
Among them, the E53 coupe 100 km acceleration time only 4.3 seconds, the convertible version is slightly longer, take 4.5 seconds. Up to 155 mph.
The 19-inch light alloy wheels are standard and the 20-inch version and 5 dual spokes are designed to be optional. The latter has a matte black or high-gloss titanium ash option. Inside the car, standard sports seats are made of MB-Tex and DINAMICA microfibres, and the AMG marking is of course essential. In addition, drivers can choose to use Nappa leather.
MBUX’s infotainment and dual displays are preserved, but it will feature a new AMG menu with racing elements such as race timers, gravity gauges and telemetry. The new AMG Performance steering wheel features three round dual spokes and a flat bottom design, as well as a capacitive sensor pad for driver recognition gestures on the upper side.