Most people neglect their accent lights and don’t realize that these little LEDs make a huge difference in the overall ambiance of the car! You can install these LED bulbs in a lot of places, such as in your vanity mirror, footwell, step courtesy, under dash, and trunk area. All of these locations are places that most people forget about, but are great locations that really do a great job of upgrading the interior. In this case, these direct fit LED vanity lights are the perfect LED lights for Mercedes Benz.
Looks like the much anticipated Mercedes LED illuminated star emblem kit is finally here! This add-on flawlessly replaces the bulb-less emblem so that you can have everyone see your car from a mile away. The three-point star emblem sits perfectly nestled into the front grille to point your way through the night. You hardly see any car out there with illuminated emblems, so to be one of the first cars on the road with an LED illuminated grille emblem is really special.
Testing in the wintertime? Looks like the testing crew has taken the new plug-in hybrid E-Class up to Sweden to see how the car fares in heavy snowstorms. You can see that there’s a charging port in the rear bumper just like the GLE plug-in hybrid. So what else is going to change? The new plug-in hybrid E-Class will be a bit longer than the one out right now, but Mercedes is also going to extend the wheelbase. Get ready for a lighter and rigid 2016 W213 E-Class.
What’s under this mysterious camo wrap? A Mercedes-Benz E-Class! You can’t really tell what’s underneath all of that secrecy, but what we know for sure is that the E-class will be even more appealing when it comes to design. It will be using the Mercedes’ new MRA (Modular Rear Architecture) platform and it’s also the one being used by the C-class as well. The new E-Class will be powered by an inline-six engine and is the start of a grand scheme of things.
All we need to do now is to stay tuned to what’s happening in the world of Mercedes-Benz and maybe we will be able to the camo unwrapped soon enough.
Mercedes Benz has some pretty steadfast fans and they would definitely be glad to hear about the new 2017 E-Class that’s been spotted for testing. The E-Class is slated to grow in size, yet be lighter due to the use to aluminum, meaning that both efficiency and dynamics would greatly benefit from this. The sedan should have a longer wheelbase so passengers sitting in the rear would have more space.
This model is expected to grace us with its presence sometime in late 2015 or early 2016.