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Mercedes-Benz has given us all on the all New E Class Saloon, but the estate version is still officially under wraps.

Speaking at the 2016 Detriot Motor Show, Mercedes-Benz design Chief Gorden Wagener told Auto Express that the new E-Class Estate would be sleeker, and as a result slightly less practical than the existing car. The current model is among the biggest in its class, but Merc will be laying on the style with the 2017 version.

Engines from the upcoming E Class Saloon will be transferred into the estate version, so expect launch cars to feature the all-new 220d diesel, with class-leading to sub-110g/km CO2 emissions. Later on it’ll be joined by a more powerful E 350d, as well as a super-frugal E 350e plug-in Hybrid. Company car drivers will look to the E 200d, while performance fans will herald the return of the brutish AMG E63

It’s also possible we may see a version with four-wheel drive for the first time in the UK, though it’s unlikely to feature until at least 2017. At launch, prices are expected to rise by around two to three per cent, starting from £38,000. Expect the usual massive boot capacity and the same range of engine and gearbox options as seen in the sedan, with Mercedes adding a self-levelling rear suspension as a bonus. 

Design-wise the new E-Class Estate follows the same path with the smaller C-Class, featuring a streamlined roof arc and a simaraly styled rear end. A range-topping E 63 AMG version will sit on top of the traditionally wide range with reports suggesting that Mercedes is considering the addition of a jacked-up, crossover-y version to go against the likes of the A6 Allroad. 

This is going to be the second body style of the new E-Class, with Coupe and Convertible versions are on the way. The first public debut of the E-Class Estate is expected at this year’s Paris Motor Show

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