2023 Mercedes E-Class Plug-In Hybrid – Mercedes is the leader in plug-in hybrids. Few automakers can match its range of models. Many cars with the three-pointed stars have been electrified, from the entry-level A-Class up to the flagship S-Class. Most PHEVs focus on increasing efficiency. However, there are exceptions like the AMG GT63 S E Performance and much-anticipated AMG One hypercar that prioritize performance.
Keep in mind that the German luxury brand Mercedes also sells diesel-electric hybrids across Europe, where the C-Class or E-Class models are marked with the “de” suffix. PSA has launched HYbrid4 powered models around ten years ago. Mercedes isn’t the first to combine an oil-burner and an electric motor. Examples of relevant examples are the Peugeot 3008, 508 /508 RXH, and Citroen DS5 – all bearing the HYbrid4 moniker.
2023 Mercedes E-Class Plug-In Hybrid Review
Our spies now have the next-generation E Class PHEV. The charging port is now located below the right taillight on the rear bumper. This is an interesting detail. It now sits on the rear-left fender, mirroring the same change made for the smaller C-Class and W206 generations of PHEVs as well as the larger S-Class W223. The new E-Class codenamed the W214 internally and seems to conceal a light bar from the cutouts in its camouflage trunk lid. Similar setups are already used in the new EQE, the electric car’s equivalent. The door handles are flush with the body, which allows for more airflow.
Mercedes will not redesign the E-Class’ design according to the white prototype, but it is best to wait until that disguise drops before making any final judgments about the sedan’s appearance. The wagon will follow the E-Class’s lead, but it may not be the last. Recent reports state that the more practical body style will be eliminated from the entire lineup by 2030.
2023 Mercedes E-Class Plug-In Hybrid Released
The world premiere of the Mercedes E-Class is expected to be held by the end of this year. In the event that Mercedes doesn’t, we can expect the Mercedes E-Class to be introduced in 2023. We will also see the next-generation BMW 5 Series.