2010 mercedes E-Class Cabrio Shows its Rear


2010 mercedes E-Class Cabrio Shows its Rear

Agreed the 7G -tronic is good for the ML, GL, S class CL and E-class Sedan, not for this car however. When comparing the rear of the clk and the E-class coupe it can be seen that they have the same shape with different rear lights. I bet that MB simply replaced the rear lights of the clk with those hyundai sonata lights and made the rear more angular.I respect your opinion and even though I love Mercs I think this car is just a mashup of designs and ideas with no cohesiveness. (and I have seen the E-class sedan and it does look good but I hope I don't see this one around) the clk cabrio looked so much better than this, both the exterior and the interior (That new pointy centre console, the new steering wheel, that bland 7G-tronic gear box, those korean rear lights, they all completely suck)I don't know what other people think but personally I had much higher expectations from MB and they messed up. Whoever has a clk cabrio keep on to it or buy something else, don't buy this hyundai sonata cabrio.Messed up? Where!? This is much better than the CLK. This one looks much more elegant, much more like a sportscar. Hyundai? Haha, have you guys ever seen the new E-Class in real life at all? Just asking, because I can't see what you mean. And whats the problem with the 7G-tronic gearbox? Name one other gearbox in the world, with a drive so smoothv.While only a few pieces of camouflage hide the headlights and emblems, we've already seen these design elements on the E-Class Coupe. Nearly identical to the aforementioned model, the Cabrio features a canvas roof and a unique pop-up wind blocker (the black section at top of the windshield) that reduces air turbulence when the roof is down.
Like the coupe, engine options are expected to include a 215 kW (292 hp) 3.5-liter V6 and a 5.5-liter V8 with 285 kW (388 hp). Since
Mercedes has nixed the AMG version of the E-Class Coupe, the Cabrio won't receive the fire breathing 6.3-liter (6208cc) V8 engine with 386 kW (525 hp) and 630 Nm (465 lb-ft) of torque.
Look for the E-Class Cabrio to debut at the North
American International Auto Show or the Geneva Motor Show.ewwww yuck, that rear kills the car. i love the front of the e class, s class, c class, cl, and sl and hate the rears on all of them. how is it they make such pretty fronts and ugly rears

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