The E-Class cabriolet is expected to be offered here in the E 400 trim that is globally offered with a 2,996cc V6 petrol engine. The E 400 Cabriolet is a drop-top convertible, based on the new E-Class sedan.

Mercedes-Benz has gotten rid of two doors from the sedan, but the E 400 Cabriolet continues as a four-seater. The twin-turbocharged engine delivers 328bhp and 480Nm of torque to the rear wheels through the same 7G Tronic unit.

Internally called C218, the 2015 CLS-Class is based on the new E-Class sedan, though it gets a unique overall design with a sloping roofline which makes it resemble a coupe. The exterior of the new CLS has been inspired by the new C-Class, while the front chrome grille looks similar to the CLA. It also gets a redesigned bumper with new fog lamps housing and body skirts.

The CLS 250 CDI will be powered by the 2,143cc turbocharged four-pot diesel engine that is also used in the E 250 CDI. The engine delivers 204bhp and 500Nm of torque to the rear wheels through the tried and tested seven speed 7G Tronic automatic gearbox.