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Mercedes' 2018 E-Class Cabriolet loses its top and adds four-wheel-drive

The car completes the current E-Class lineup.
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Mercedes' shapely E-Class Coupe is getting a drop-top companion with the new 2018 E-Class Cabriolet. The car completes the current E-Class lineup and for the first time ever, the cabriolet gets 4MATIC four-wheel-drive. The soft-top roof is acoustically optimized and can still protect passengers from hot and cold temperatures. Power will come from a bi-turbo V6 and is combined with a 9G-TRONIC automatic tranmission.

With its four-wheel-drive setup, Mercedes has created a suitable open-top experience for all-year use and features like heat-reflective leather, and AIRCAP and the AIRSCARF warm your neck for cold-weather driving. The car also grows wider, longer, and has a longer wheelbase than the previous generation, adding to interior comfort and space. 

mbusa.com

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