The facelifted 2014 Mercedes E-Class Cabrio has been caught testing many times, but each time the car was carrying camouflage. Based on those spy shots and the official images of the E-Class sedan, we decided to create a rendering for you that will help you get a better idea of what to expect from this luxury convertible.
The model will look almost identical to the sedan version, except of course the changes needed for a convertible: a soft top, the removal of the rear doors and the addition of a sportier feel. Under the hood, Mercedes will install the same engine lineup that you’ll find in the sedan, so you should expect a choice of powerful and efficient gasoline and diesel engines with output ranging from 136 to 408 horsepower.
The new Mercedes E-Class Cabrio will be launched just a few months after the sedan version, so expect to see it sometime in early 2013.