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2013 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Facelift Warming Up

Mercedes’ facelifted wagon has been spotted testing on the roads of Europe.

Mercedes-Benz is giving their E-Class wagon a facelift. The 2013 model year wagon will sport a single headlight styling instead of the previous year's split design. This should provide a sleeker look and they will feature the integrated LED daytime driving lights which make the move up from the front bumper. The front bumper along with the rear bumper will both be revised by the German automaker as well, with the rear receiving new graphics for the taillights.

Moving away from the lights, Mercedes has changed the sheet metal on the rear doors for a fresher look and they have also removed the Ponton-style rear fenders. Mercedes-Benz has also updated the interior, giving the facelifted 2013 E-Class more technology than ever before. They include Intelligent Lane Assist, Magic Ride Control, Dynamic Light Assistant, improved Night Assistant function and a heads-up display. The model seen here is still sporting some camouflage and not all of the updates have been carried over yet to this test mule. Check out the 2013 Mercedes-Benz E-Class wagon in the spy shots below.

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