Mercedes Benz E-class 2021
The revised engine line-up includes seven petrol and diesel plug-in hybrid variants across the saloon and estate, variously offering rear- and four-wheel drive. Outputs for the PHEVs range from 154bhp to 362bhp for the petrol units and 158bhp to 326bhp for the diesels. Full details have yet to be released. Other engine options include the four-cylinder M254 mild-hybrid petrol unit, along with six-cylinder petrol and diesel engines, all of which now feature a 48V starter-alternator electric motor. The installation of the EQ Boost system has been tweaked to further improve fuel economy.
Earliest delivery of the new sixth-generation Mercedes E-class will be happening in Q4 2020. So do link up with us to find out on the pricing and technical details of the new 2021 E-class.