More space

The E-Class estate is the third model in the new E-Class lineup, joining the sedan and coupe models.
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True to concept

The E-Class estate is model in the lineup that sticks most closely to the design cues established in the ConceptFascination design study.
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Flowing lines

Here we can see the estate's forward pitched body lines, which are interrupted at the rear quarter by a bulging fender flare.
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Packs much back

The estate's increased storage space makes for a much more bulbous rear end, which is particularly evident when viewed from the rear quarter. The BMW 5-Series Touring does a much better job of hiding its heft from this angle.
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Huge storage space

Details and measurements are still hush-hush, but here we can see that the rear seats fold flat to create a cavernous storage space.
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Choice of powertrains

Gasoline and diesel engines will be available with a selection that will be similar to that of the sedan and coupe variants. 4Matic all-wheel drive will also be available.
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Frankfurt 2009

The E-Class estate is set to debut at the 2009 Frankfurt Auto Show in September and go on sale in Europe as early as November 2009.
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