Published on May 5th, 2022 | by Subhash Nair0
Mercedes-Benz E-Class “Night Edition” Looks Sleek With Black Bits
Mercedes-Benz E-Class Night Edition shows a darker side of the classic E.
The facelifted Mercedes-Benz E-Class may be a relatively new addition, but Mercedes have decided to keep it fresh looking with a special “Night Edition” package for those looking for its darker side. It will be available for every engine type and bodystyle of the E-Class: sedan, estate, coupé, and cabriolet. It’s worth noting that it will also be available in every E-Class factory colour. That being said, the sedan and estate variants Night Edition packs will only be available starting 17 May. The rest are available for sale immediately in Europe. Deliveries are expected in July 2022.
The new Night Edition package comes in from €5,295.50, but can go up to as much as €9,222.50 for certain body variants.
The basis of the Night Edition is the AMG Line trim level for the E-Class. Our recent E300 review featured a vehicle in this AMG Line kit.
Here’s what different about the Night Edition:
- diamond grille with pins finished in black
- “Night Edition” badge on the wing
- black-finished exhaust tailpipe trim elements
- AMG light-alloy wheels in high-gloss black
- high-gloss black rim flanges
- boot lid trim in high-gloss black
- AMG Line interior with black roof liner
- Artico leather instrument panel with topstitching
- Artico leather and Dinamica microfibre upholstery as standard
- leather and nappa leather upholstery optional
- dark aluminium/metallic finish trim elements
- open pore black ash wood centre console
- illuminated door sill panels with Mercedes-Benz lettering
- floor mats with “Night Edition” embroidered
- heated driver and front passenger seats
That’s about it for the E-Class Night Edition.
About the E-Class
With over 14 million units delivered since 1946, the E-Class is the best-selling model series in the history of Mercedes-Benz. The roots of its history go back almost 120 years, and there have been ten generations of the E-Class and its direct predecessors since 1947 alone. The name “E-Class” has been used for the upper mid-range model series since 1993. In summer 2020, the updated versions of the current model generation celebrated their premiere.