Mercedes-Benz has launched a new special series of the E-Class, called the “Night Edition”, which is characterized by the black accents in the exterior decoration and in the cabin.
Despite preparing the launch of the new generation of the E-Class, Mercedes-Benz continues to introduce new versions and special editions of the model even though it is on sale.
The latest update is the special Night Edition series, based on the AMG Line trim level with Night Package, which will be available in all four body types, including the coupé and cabriolet.
As the name of the special edition suggests, the Mercedes-Benz E-Class Night Edition receives a set of aesthetic touches in black. For example, the “diamond” engine grille has black dots, as do the exhaust tips. The front fenders feature “Night Edition” badges, while the saloon and station wagon versions will feature a black rear spoiler.
Exclusive finishes also inside
The cabin welcomes the occupants with a black trim and leather upholstery. Alternatively, a combination of Alcantara and leather is available. From the lighting on the door sill panels to the aluminum trim trim, this special edition has some interesting details.
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The center console, meanwhile, has a black ash wood finish and a “Night Edition” badge in polished aluminum with gloss black lettering. The German manufacturer has also modified the floor mats to give this E-Class an even more exclusive touch. In addition, the front seats are heated and the dashboard is covered in leather.
In the German market and depending on the type of body and traction, the “Night Edition” package is now available in cabriolet and coupé, and can cost between 5295.50 euros and 9222.50 euros, which adds to the value of the vehicle. The E-Class saloon and station-wagon should go on sale in mid-May in Germany and in July in other European countries.