Built to compete with the Audi Allroad, the E-Class All Terrain follows a simple formula -- take a station wagon and hoist it toward the sky.
Can you afford multiple Subaru Outbacks? Would you like to spend all that money on a single car instead?
The E-Class All Terrain is set to compete with the Audi Allroad in the very, very tiny lifted-wagon segment.
The body rides high on air suspension, which can be set to one of three ride heights.
There's a whole bunch of dark body cladding to add some off-road flavor.
The tires have taller sidewalls, as well, because thin little rubber bands have no useful qualities off the pavement.
The interior packs several unique features, including aluminum-carbon trim and stainless steel sport pedals with rubber studs.
There are also some fancy floor mats with "All Terrain" badging, because why the heck not? You're already paying out the rear for it, you may as well get some floor mats.
At launch, the E-Class All Terrain will come with a 194-horsepower diesel I4 engine.
Sadly, the All Terrain is not slated for sale in the US.
It'll be on display next week at the Paris Motor Show. Check out some more photos...
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