The Mercedes-Benz All Terrain is the perfect example of an excellent car that won't make it to America's shores.

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The E-Class All Terrain is set to compete with the Audi Allroad in the very, very tiny lifted-wagon segment.

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The body rides high on air suspension, which can be set to one of three ride heights.

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The interior packs several unique features, including aluminum-carbon trim and stainless steel sport pedals with rubber studs.

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At launch, the E-Class All Terrain will come with a 194-horsepower diesel I4 engine.

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The diesel engine produces 295 pound-feet of torque at 1600 rpm. Yay for low-end grunt!

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The new 9G‑TRONIC nine-speed automatic transmission is standard, as is all-wheel drive.

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The All Terrain can motivate from 0 to 62 in about 8 seconds and has a top speed of 144 miles per hour.

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Good thing it's not meant to be a rocket. No, this is the wagon you want for soft-roading to your ski chalet.

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Europe will see the All Terrain in the Spring of 2017.

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America will never see the All Terrain. Boo.

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