Here in the U.S., we don’t really find station wagons all that exciting, so our automakers typically stray away from the body style. Luckily, wagons, or Estates as they call them, are about as popular in Europe as SUVs are here in the U.S., so automakers like Mercedes and Audi just so happen to have a few Estates in their U.S. lineups as well. With the tenth-gen Mercedes E-Class breaking cover at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show, the E-Class Wagon was announced about six months later. We knew an All-Terrain version of the Wagon was also coming, but we had no idea when. Well, now we know that it will make its debut in Paris next to the standard E-Class Wagon and, even better yet, Mercedes has already dropped all the juicy details.