2011 Mercedes Benz E class cabriolet unveiled at the 2010 Detroit Auto Show
Jan 24, 2010 | Comments 4
Mercedes Benz officially unveiled its new edition 2011 Mercedes Benz E class cabriolet at the 2010 Detroit Auto Show. They have announced that they wish to raise the design credentials of their cars. They previewed the dramatic sculpture of the future design at this auto show.
The 2011 Mercedes Benz E class Cabriolet is the latest to join the Mercedes stream after the Coupe, sedan and high performing E63 AMG. This new edition is dressed in complete luxury and appeal. The exquisite detailing around the lights, its muscular haunches, and chiseled surfaces makes it one of the best looking vehicles that could be seen in the Detroit Auto Show.
Its exterior silhouette features soft roof top which can be opened and closed fully automatically quickly within 20 seconds. This edition measures 185 inches in length 70.3 inches in width n and 55.2 inches in width.
This luxury car will be powered by 3.5 liter V6 engine which will generate 268 horsepower and 258 pounds feet of torque. The E550 edition will be powered by 5.5liter V8 engine which would generate 382 horsepower and 391 pounds feet of torque.
It will be equipped with an array of safety features such as seven airbags, active headrests, adaptive headlights, belt tensioners and belt force limiters, and a rollover bar behind the rear seat back rest that eject by pyrotechnic means if triggered.
The 2011 Mercedes Benz E class cabriolet will be seen at the showroom windows in the second quarter of this year.