Testing cars these days is much trickier than it used to be. Now when you take a fräulein to the mall in your partially-disguised 2011 Mercedes E-Class convertible some car nut with an iPhone's there to take photos.
The new Mercedes E-Class was launched in Britain with a tree-hugging ad stating "It's a pleasure, but not a guilty one." The UK's national Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) disagreed and told them to pull the print advertisement. Who is right?
They're calling the wheel fairings on the 2010 Brabus E V12 "Speed Spads." Don't laugh too hard, with 800 HP and 1047 Lb-Ft, it'll rub dirt in your face all the way to 230 MPH.
Want to make your E coupe handle a tad better without going crazy with modifications? Still willing to drop some fairly serious cash? Carlsson's got you covered.
These shots appear to show the 2010 Mercedes E-Class Wagon, the Teutonically efficient way to haul your crap. Expect the same range of engines as the sedan: a V6, V8 and a super-efficient diesel.
Since the early ‘90s we've seen Mercedes slowly dilute its peerless quality in a drive for increased sales. The 2010 Mercedes E-Class represents a major step back towards the timeless luxury cars of yore.
Planning a 2010 trip to Stuttgart? This is the taxi that’ll pick you up from the airport. It’ll be a nicer taxi than in recent years, Mercedes is channeling the ‘80s for the new E-Class.
The shutter-happy crew at Automotive Traveler happened upon a 2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class" undergoing some extreme-weather testing in Death Valley (having apparently survived cold weather testing). The new W212 E-Class will probably debut in Frankfurt ahead of a 2009 release for the sedan. No word on whether we'll get…
The next-generation 2009 Mercedes E-Class was spotted by the intrepid folks of CarEnthusiast.com while testing on a motorway leading to Valencia. Here's what they've got to say:We dunno, at least the camouflage looks better than the last we spotted. So we'll give Benz that. [via ]
There's nothing conspicuous about a heavily camouflaged mid-size Mercedes, so parking one in the heavily trafficked Arlanda International Airport was surely a winning idea. According to the super Swedes at Bilfeber, what you see here is an abandoned 2010 Mercedes E-Class test vehicle. We're big fans of the pseudo-BMW…