Set to debut this week alongside its four-door counterpart, the new two-door E-Class fills a slot once occupied by the long-since discontinued CLK. And fills that void it does with considerable style and luxury.
The new E coupe and cabrio adopt many of the changes applied to the sedan and wagon, but give up some extra space for some added swagger. That means a restyled front end with twin shapely headlamps replacing the four individual cubes, copping a V-shaped front bumper that now features larger air intakes for a more aggressive, athletic look. The powerful rear fenders carry over, leading to a restyled rear end similar to the sedan's.