First Look: 2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe and Cabriolet

The refreshed 2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class coupe and cabriolet will look familiar if you've seen the sedan and wagon variants. However, despite receiving a few visual tweaks and added technology, the two-doors won't get the hybrid V-6 and diesel I-4 available under the hood of their four-door siblings.
Fans of the two-door E-Class' large and curvy rear fender flares will be glad to see they've carried over to the refreshed model. (The styling feature was removed on the sedan and wagon.) The oversized fenders seem more appropriate on the two doors, especially since the design pays homage to the classic Ponton coupe. Up front, the quad-style headlights disappear in favor of a two-unit design, though the E-Class' signature four-eyed look is retained, thanks to new fiber-optic-like bars.

Those interested in something even more high-tech will be pleased to hear that Mercedes is offering new all-LED headlights as an option. Rounding out the new front clip is a reworked bumper that features larger air dams and a chrome accent strip along the bottom edge. Out back, the new taillights mimic the sedan's -- the turn signal and reverse light bar move from the center to the lower edge -- and more chrome is used for the lower bumper.

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