Mercedes Benz E-Class Estate

  • Porsche premiered the Cross Turismo e-wagon concept at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. There's no show this year, but Porsche is sticking to the time frame by revealing the production car. The Taycan Cross Turismo has up to 617 hp and AWD capability.
  • Mercedes isn't exactly known for creating slow cars, but its efforts serve as a base for meaner, madder creations from Brabus. Its latest offering is unusually restrained in the engine stakes, but adds a pinch of power and a shake of extra visual drama to the E-Class Estate.
  • Volvo has the gorgeous V90 and more rugged Cross Country, and Mercedes has turned the new E-Class into the delightfully practical Estate. That practicality has now been paired with a raised ride height and the motoring equivalent of gumboots to create the new E-Class All-Terrain.
  • ​Mercedes has plugged every four-wheel drive niche imaginable, but that doesn't mean it has forgotten about families who just want a wagon. The E-Class Estate has space for the family and all their kit, but doesn't try to be something it's not. And we're perfectly okay with that. ​
  • The fifth generation of the Mercedes Benz E-Class Estate will become available early next year with its nine airbags, adaptive damping, self-levelling rear suspension, adaptive highbeam, drowsiness detection and powered tailgate.