The success story of the E-Class two-door

Source: AutoMotoTV (Glomex)

sedans in the segment of today's E-Class have a long tradition that goes back to the origins of the Mercedes (and Benz) brand. With the Stroke-Eight Coupé (114 series) came 1968 the second body variant. Further coupés in this vehicle class followed - for a time also under the name CLK. Each generation combined elegant design with agile sportiness and contemporary, modern luxury at a high level. At the International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt am Main, the celebrates September 1991 an elegant convertible premiere: the four-seater vehicle with a soft top belongs to the 124 series, which was named E-Class from 1993, and was initially available as the 300 CE-24 from spring 1992. This convertible continues the long tradition of the four-seater open top Vehicles in the brand history of Mercedes-Benz are back on after a break of two decades: Most recently, the S-Class are preliminary The ufer 280 SE Cabriolet and 280 SE 3.5 Cabriolet (W 111) were built in this body shape until 1971. In between, Mercedes-Benz continues to cultivate the culture of open-top driving with the two-seater SL sports cars. To the success of the 33,952 units built by 1997. "


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