MercedesBenz EClass Estate Photos

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Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate Photos

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An important leak from September s Frankfurt International Auto Show has already appeared-  the highly anticipated Saab 9-5. Now comes the second leak, this time about the new Mercedes E-Class Estate (or what we call in America a wagon). While teasers are effective in building up excitement about a new model, leaks are not.

I hate it when all of the important launches from the show are already leaked ahead of time where s the fun in that? Not that an E-Class Estate model would be one of those highly anticipated cars, but still ..

Regardless of being highly anticipated though, the new E-Class Estate is an important model for Mercedes nonetheless. Redesigned E-Class sedan and coupe models have already been launched, and now Mercedes is following with a new Estate model. While wagons aren t popular in the United States, there definitely is a strong market for them overseas.

That fact probably explains why only one trim level of the E-Class Estate model will be coming to our shores. The model coming will be the E350 4Matic, powered by Mercedes 3.5-liter V6 and coupled to an all-wheel-drive system. Another interesting bit is that the E350 will come in Sport guise only, offering self-leveling rear suspension as standard.

For families looking for fuel economy than a crossover without sacrificing the luxury of a Mercedes, the Estate could be appealing. Interested? The E350 4Matic Estate will be making it s way to the United States as a 2011 model.

 No word yet on pricing but we do know the planned engine and trim level lineup at least for the United States.


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Last month, news surfaced that Infiniti would be revealing it’s next-generation Infiniti M sedan at this month’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. As you might know, the show is already playing host to a high-profile launch: the Bentley Grand replacement for the Arnage. Other cars making appearances will be Fisker’s Karma, the SV Motor Cars Competizione and reportedly the new Jaguar XJ.

Now, in typical fashion Infiniti has released a teaser image of what to expect. Not a whole lot to see, huh? Teasers don’t often reveal much, but this one is perhaps less than usual. While I’m certain it’s a more dramatic portrayal of the final production vehicle, the teaser does reveal a big change in the design.

The rear roofline is rakish and the body line more curvaceous. The reveal at Pebble Beach is also going to be  unique — something called “virtual video mapping” will project an image of the car onto a full-size clay model that is shaped like the vehicle, appearing as if the car is actually there. So it will be full-size and seemingly real, if all goes to plan.

This teaser makes me more eager to see what Infiniti has in the works! Expect the Los Angeles Auto Show to play host to the car’s production debut.


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