While the E-Class sedan is getting a power bump for 2020, we haven’t heard the same news for the E-Class Coupe, which should still be sporting its twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6 from the year before. That’s ok, though, because it’s a strong powerplant that delivers 362 horsepower, 369 lb-ft of torque, and a claimed 5-second 0-60 mph time.
The Coupe is a slight step up from the Sedan in name – E450 vs E350 – and in prices. As such, the list of standard features is just a bit swankier. A panoramic roof, memory-power front seats, LED interior and ambient lighting, navigation, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and keyless start all grace the default options list.
Even still, advanced safety features aren’t free. There’s a $2,250 Driver Assistance Package with options like blind-spot monitors, lane change assist, evasive steering assist, and adaptive cruise. Another $1,290 will add the Parking Assistance Package, which includes an active parking assistant, a surround-view camera, and rear cross-traffic alerts.
The E-Class competes against the Audi A6 and BMW 5 Series. Pricing for the Coupe hasn’t been released yet, but the Sedan saw a $550 bump for 2020. We expect to see numbers somewhere around $60,000 for the Coupe when it goes on sale later this year.