Mercedes-Benz has confirmed prices for the E-Class cabriolet and E-Class All-Terrain and added new all-wheel-drive versions to the rest of the range.
The E-Class cabriolet is priced from £44,675 and the All-Terrain is available in one special launch edition costing £58,880.
E-Class All-Terrain Edition
The E-Class All-Terrain Estate comes with standard 4MATIC all-wheel-drive, a nine-speed automatic gearbox and a 3.0-litre diesel engine.
Badged E 350 d, the V6 generates 258PS and 620Nm while delivering combined fuel economy of up to 41.5 mpg. It has a top speed of 155MPH, and accelerates from 0-62MPH in 6.2 seconds.
The E-Class All-Terrain is 39mm higher than the E 350d AMG Line estate. The highest suspension setting gives ground clearance of up to 156mm. The 4MATIC permanent four-wheel-drive distributes power between the front and rear axles with a split of 31:69.
The E-Class cabriolet is a full four-seater, with a multi-layer acoustic fabric roof that can be operated at speeds up to 31MPH and opened or closed in just 20 seconds.
There are four engines available from launch: E 220 d; E 350 d 4MATIC; E 300; and E 400 4MATIC.
The E 220 d features a 2.0-litre diesel engine producing 194PS and 400 Nm of torque. The E 300 uses a 2.0-litre petrol engine producing 245PS.
Range-topping E 400 4MATIC models have a 3.0-litre biturbo V6 engine generating 333PS and can sprint from 0-62MPH in 5.5 seconds.
Standard specification for the E-Class cabriolet is based on that of the E-Class coupé, with the addition of the Airscarf neck-level heating system and Aircap, which helps to redirect the air flow over the cabin for a more relaxing driving experience.
Additional changes to the E-Class range
All-wheel drive is now available on E 220d and E350 d coupes plus E 350 d saloon and estate models.