Mercedes has officially unveiled the 2017 E-Class Estate.
The reveal, which follows a preview of the car last week, is the first time we get to see the new E-Class Estate in all its official glory.
The Estate version of the E-Class follows very much in the footsteps of the sedan which was revealed a short time ago. In terms of styling, both versions share almost identical features save for the body style at the rear of the Estate version.
As with the sedan, the Estate version will also receive a new, updated interior that includes Mercedes new steering wheel with touch-sensitive control buttons.
In the United States, the E400 Wagon will be powered by 3.0-liter biturbo V6 engine that produces 329 horsepower and 354 pound-feet of torque. All-wheel drive will be standard on the E-Class Estate along with a nine-speed automatic transmission.
Europe will receive the much-loved AMG E43 Wagon while the United States will not. However, Mercedes has hinted that the U.S. could receive a different AMG variant.
Pricing for the E-Class Estate has not been released yet. We will bring you that information as soon as it becomes available.