The E-Class is an important car for Mercedes-Benz. It is one of the German brand’s best-selling cars worldwide and it is also one of the most popular cars here in Singapore. To make sure that the newest E-Class would be a hit, Mercedes-Benz has pulled out all the stops in making sure that its latest medium size luxury saloon would be a technological tour de force. And boy have they succeeded. The new 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class is dripping with technology. And this is evident right from the moment you open the door and get into the driver’s seat.
The cabin is, as you expect, very elegant, classy, and luxurious. The test car we drove had lots of aluminum trimmings, which is really nice and lends a more modern touch that I’m sure younger owners would appreciate as opposed to the more familiar wood veneer that most cars in this class would otherwise have. The seats are leather, of course, and are also fully electric and very adjustable and comfortable.
However, what really catches your attention and hints at the level of technology in the new E-Class is its twin 12.3-inch displays. Each display off ers a resolution of 1,920 x 720 pixels and both are housed under a single shared glass cover. The two large screens are used to display the Mercedes COMAND system (Cockpit Management and Data System) and also replaces the traditional instrument dials like the speedometer and tachometer. It looks as if you are driving with two large iPad Pros in front of you.
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