Mercedes-Benz has just finished updating the E-Class, revealing a host of changes that includes styling, engines, more standard equipment and safety features. Most of the upgrades received by the car are centered around its styling along with the addition of revised headlamps that shed the classic 'four-eyed' look in lieu of a rather contemporary style.
The front-end of the E-Class sees a lot of change as well, where the bonnet now follows the new design in a smooth and straightforward manner. The bumper has also been re-designed to be free of all light functions and is now much more modern in appearance.
Furthermore, this new family of vehicles, that includes the usual saloon, estate and two-door models, will be officially launched on January 13th at the 2013 North American Auto Show in Detroit.