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Mercedes-Benz E-class is a series of business class cars from the German Mercedes-Benz brand, officially introduced since 1993 and now consists of five generations.
Until 1993, Mercedes-Benz produced a series of business-class cars without a unified naming structure. The suffix “E” comes from the word Einspritzung, which in German means fuel injection – an innovative technological solution that was first equipped with the predecessors of the modern E-class in the 1960s (for example, 230 E). The market naming of cars was maintained until the release of the Mercedes-Benz W124 in 1993, where the “E” symbol was used as a prefix (for example, E 220), and the car series was officially called the E-class. The need to use the distinctive feature of the fuel system has disappeared, since all the company’s vehicles at that time used fuel injection.
E-class cars are produced with gasoline, diesel, hybrid and gas (NGT) engines of various configurations (from I4 to V8), with a drive to the rear wheels or a permanent all-wheel drive 4MATIC, as well as in numerous body modifications: sedan, station wagon, coupe and cabriolet (since 2009). In addition, the company also produces high-performance versions, modified by engineers from Mercedes-AMG (E63 AMG and E43 AMG, previously – E36 AMG, E50 AMG, E55 AMG and E60 AMG).
E-class cars are the most sold in the hierarchy of Mercedes-Benz classes in the history of the company. By 2015, more than 13 million units of the series were sold.