The 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe made its public debut in December 2016 ahead of its official unveiling at the Detroit Auto Show month later. The coupe and the sedan share the same front end, including the headlights and the grille, but the 2-door have its own styling for roofline and rear end, including quarter panels. The new E-Class Coupe’s interior is almost identical to the sedan too, except for sportier air vents on the dashboard and two exclusive trim packages featuring light wood and unique colors. There is available the steering wheel with touchpads, optional 12.3-inch screens for infotainment system and instrumental cluster. The Comand Online systems offer integration with the Apple CarPlay and Google Android Auto smartphone technologies, the live updated information about traffic and recommendations about interesting places and events. It is longer, wider and higher than the previous model and has bigger wheelbase, so there is more space for rear passengers. The 2-door model keeps the same drivetrain and safety features as the 4-door sedan, including high-speed autopilot system. The customers can choose from the rear-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive versions, as usual.