Stuttgart: Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabrio-against the (air) electricity

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Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabrio-against the (air) electricity

Stuttgart: Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabrio-against the (air) electricity-cabrio-against
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The new convertible comes from 27. March to the customers

Stuttgart: Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabrio-against the (air) electricity-cabrio-against

Mercedes
Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabrio: against the (air) electricity
Long before the next open-air season, Mercedes-Benz wants to awaken the desire to drive open with the new E-Class Cabrio.

If the 4.70 meter long, sporty, elegant two-door with multi-layer fabric cover on 27. March next year into the showrooms of the German Mercedes retailers, he can come up with an innovative innovation that should not significantly extend the convertible season: The Aircap wind sheet system ensures strongly reduced air turbulence in the interior for the first time and thus enables high speeds even at high speeds Comfortable open open for all passengers.
Cabrio drivers can sing a song about it. The attachment of a conventional windscreen by hand often becomes a fiddly matter. Often the wind deflector remains mounted in the vehicle during the entire open-air season and thus blocks the rear seats. Aircap, on the other hand, can be activated at the push of a button – up to a speed of 160 km/h – and can be used up to the maximum speed of the convertible. The automatic windscreen system consists of two elements: one attached to the wind slat with an integrated network and a triple height -adjustable wind gap between the two rear seats, which are obtained as full -fledged seats, which remain six centimeters upwards.
After Aircap has been extended at the push of a button, the wind deflector lifts the air flow at the upper edge of the windscreen, the air strokes over the passenger cabin. The wind gap between the roll bars integrated in the rear headrests brakes the reduced backflow and distributes it evenly. Take the first impressions in the wind tunnel: When the top open and closed side windows are open, air flailing for drivers and front passenger is barely noticeable even at a speed of 140 km/h. The hairstyles of the fund passengers are largely avoided at this pace, drafts and unpleasant air movements in the face area. At the same time, the noise level in the vehicle drops. Pleasant side effect of Aircap: The air flowing from the heating remains considerably longer in the interior.
The Airscarf neck heating known from the SL and SLK models, which blows warm air out of the headrests of the front seats and has been further developed for their use in E-Class convertible, is also intended for excellent climate comfort. Both systems, Aircap and Airscarf are offered in Germany as options subject to surcharges. Head airbags, on the other hand, will be standard on board-for the first time in a Mercedes convertible.
As for the closed brother, the E-Class Coupe, which has been available since June, will also be available for the new Cabriolet three petrol direct injection injections and two turbodiesel with an output of 150 kW/204 hp to 285 kW/388 hp. The prices of the E-Class Cabrios are not yet talked about. However, the top-without pleasure is likely to cost 5,000 to 6,000 euros more than the coupe, the entry price of which is 44,700 euros.

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2 thoughts on “Stuttgart: Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabrio-against the (air) electricity”

  1. This is Mercedes-Benz
    This is a typical Mercedes-Benz innovation: functional and useful, technically perfect … worked out and also nice in design. Hats off the engineers at Mercedes.

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  2. Innovations that our country needs
    Wow – these are the innovations that our country needs and where you wonder why no one else has come up with it yet. If the Aircap really works, it would be an absolute novelty – sitting in the back in a convertible is really no fun at higher speeds. It would be interesting to find out that the mechanics fits in at all – there is even small space…

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