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Mercedes has teased the silhouette of the upcoming 2024 E-Class sedan ahead of its full reveal on April 25, and luckily it hasn't taken any inspiration from the blob-like EQE. Instead, the next iteration of the luxury sedan seems to maintain a traditional sedan shape that doesn't stray too far from the outgoing generation. In fact, most of what is shown in the teaser is nearly identical to the current E-Class, with the exception of the lighting elements and a deep character line that runs along the side of the car.



Inside, it's already been confirmed that the gargantuan Hyperscreen will be making its way to the E-Class. It includes three displays, including a digital instrument panel, central display, and an entertainment screen for the front passenger. The feature that will set the E-Class apart from other Hyperscreen-equipped Mercedes models is a dash-mounted camera. It tracks the driver's eye movements to make sure they don't set their gaze on the passenger display. If so, the content will be dimmed from the driver's view. One slightly less creepy feature is the camera's ability to support Zoom meetings when the vehicle is parked.


The 2024 E-Class is also rumored to switch to hybrid power, though details involving powertrains haven't been confirmed by Mercedes. We'll know more about the next-generation E-Class when it makes its full debut on April 25.


Do you think the tech-centric approach for the next E-Class is a good idea?

Image Credits: Mercedes
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Apr 6, 2023
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Next-Generation Mercedes E-Class Teased For April 25 Debut

The 2024 E-Class will adopt the brand's Hyperscreen, as well as a dash-mounted camera.

Mercedes has teased the silhouette of the upcoming 2024 E-Class sedan ahead of its full reveal on April 25, and luckily it hasn't taken any inspiration from the blob-like EQE. Instead, the next iteration of the luxury sedan seems to maintain a traditional sedan shape that doesn't stray too far from the outgoing generation. In fact, most of what is shown in the teaser is nearly identical to the current E-Class, with the exception of the lighting elements and a deep character line that runs along the side of the car.



Inside, it's already been confirmed that the gargantuan Hyperscreen will be making its way to the E-Class. It includes three displays, including a digital instrument panel, central display, and an entertainment screen for the front passenger. The feature that will set the E-Class apart from other Hyperscreen-equipped Mercedes models is a dash-mounted camera. It tracks the driver's eye movements to make sure they don't set their gaze on the passenger display. If so, the content will be dimmed from the driver's view. One slightly less creepy feature is the camera's ability to support Zoom meetings when the vehicle is parked.


The 2024 E-Class is also rumored to switch to hybrid power, though details involving powertrains haven't been confirmed by Mercedes. We'll know more about the next-generation E-Class when it makes its full debut on April 25.


Do you think the tech-centric approach for the next E-Class is a good idea?

Image Credits: Mercedes

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