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Mercedes-Benz E 55 AMG
Mercedes-Benz E 55 AMG
W210 Mercedes-Benz E 60 AMG (US)

The internal designation for a range of executive cars manufactured by Mercedes-Benz and marketed under the E-Class model name in both sedan/saloon and station wagon/estate (1996–2003) configurations.

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Mercedes-Benz E-Class

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Range of executive cars manufactured by German automaker Mercedes-Benz in various engine and body configurations.

Range of executive cars manufactured by German automaker Mercedes-Benz in various engine and body configurations.

Mercedes 190D (W120)
Mercedes Benz (W110)
Mercedes-Benz (W115)
Mercedes-Benz (W123)
Mercedes-Benz W124 (sedan)
Mercedes-Benz E 200 Elegance (United Kingdom; W210)
Mercedes-Benz E class (EE.UU)
Mercedes-Benz E 250 (W212)
Mercedes-Benz E 250 Sport CDi BlueEFFICIENCY (UK; C207)
Mercedes-Benz E53 AMG (W 213)

The W210 E-Class, launched in 1995, brought the line firmly into the upper end of the mid-size luxury market.

1989 Mercedes-Benz W 124

Mercedes-Benz W124

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Range of mid-size cars made by Daimler-Benz from 1984 to 1997.

Range of mid-size cars made by Daimler-Benz from 1984 to 1997.

1989 Mercedes-Benz W 124
The 4 Matic all-wheel drive system first introduced on the W124
The 1984 W 124 has no "Sacco planks" on its doors, instead, it has protective bumper strips
The 1989 W 124 retains the front portion of the 1984 model, but has the "Sacco planks" on its doors, and painted mirrors
The 1993 W 124 has a different front design, retains the "Sacco planks", and has an extended rear bumper
1992 Mercedes-Benz 500 E (W124; US)
1992 Mercedes-Benz 500 E (W124; US)
W 124 models with turbocharged OM 602 or OM 603 engines, as well as naturally aspirated OM 605 or OM 606 engines can easily be identified by their air intake slits in the front right wing
Million-mile taxi W124
W 124 sedan (1985–1989)
W 124 sedan (1989–1993)
S 124 estate (1989–1993)
W 124 CE coupé (1991–1993)
A 124 convertible (1993)
V 124 Limousine (1989–1993)
Interior
Mercedes-Benz W124 sedan
Mercedes-Benz W124 sedan
Mercedes-Benz S124 estate
Mercedes-Benz C124 coupé
A124 convertible

The W 124 followed the 123 series from 1984 and was succeeded by the W 210 E-Class (saloons, estates, rolling chassis) after 1995, and the C 208 CLK-Class (coupés, and cabriolets) in 1997.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class (W211)

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Pre-facelift interior
E 55 AMG Engine with front cover removed showing supercharger
Interior of a 2004 E 55 AMG
Germany market share, E-Class vs. rivals

The Mercedes-Benz W211 is the third generation Mercedes-Benz E-Class made from 2002 to 2009 in sedan/saloon and station wagon/estate configurations – replacing the W210 E-Class models and superseded by the Mercedes-Benz W212 in 2009.

Mercedes-Benz 5G-Tronic transmission

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Mercedes-Benz's trademark name for its five-speed automatic transmission, starting off with the W5A 580 and W5A 330 as core models.

Mercedes-Benz's trademark name for its five-speed automatic transmission, starting off with the W5A 580 and W5A 330 as core models.

1996–2002 Mercedes-Benz W210 (all models except some early 1996 cars)

4MATIC gearbox and a V8 engine

4Matic

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Marketing name of an all-wheel drive system developed by Mercedes-Benz.

Marketing name of an all-wheel drive system developed by Mercedes-Benz.

4MATIC gearbox and a V8 engine

The second generation of 4Matic was reintroduced on the W210 series in 1998/1999.

Bruno Sacco

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Italian automobile designer who served as the head of styling at German car giant Daimler-Benz between 1975 and 1999.

Italian automobile designer who served as the head of styling at German car giant Daimler-Benz between 1975 and 1999.

The Mercedes-Benz C111, with its gullwing doors ajar. This Wankel engined concept car was one of Sacco's projects prior to his ascension to chief stylist at Daimler-Benz.
A Mercedes-Benz 190 (W201), Sacco's "most significant" design.

Among his numerous works are the C111 concept car, three successive iterations of the S-Class luxury car (the W126, W140, and W220), the R129 SL convertible, the C-Class W202 compact executive car, the W124 and W210 versions of the E-Class sedan, the CLK and SLK sports cars, the M-Class luxury sport utility vehicle, and second generation C-Class W203.

M112 motor in a 2002 C240, 2.6L

Mercedes-Benz M112 engine

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Gasoline-fueled, 4-stroke, spark-ignition, internal-combustion automobile piston V6 engine family used in the 2000s.

Gasoline-fueled, 4-stroke, spark-ignition, internal-combustion automobile piston V6 engine family used in the 2000s.

M112 motor in a 2002 C240, 2.6L
Supercharged Mercedes-AMG C32/SLK32 engine

1998–2000 W210 E 240

Extensively redundant rear lighting installation on a Thai tour bus

Automotive lighting

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The lighting system of a motor vehicle consists of lighting and signalling devices mounted or integrated at the front, rear, sides, and in some cases the top of a motor vehicle.

The lighting system of a motor vehicle consists of lighting and signalling devices mounted or integrated at the front, rear, sides, and in some cases the top of a motor vehicle.

Extensively redundant rear lighting installation on a Thai tour bus
ISO symbol for low beam
ISO symbol for high beam
ISO symbol for long-range lamps
ISO symbol for front fog lamps
Selective yellow fog lamps
A cornering lamp on a 1983 Oldsmobile 98
Front position or parking light lit within front light assembly on Dodge Grand Caravan
ISO symbol for position lamps
ISO symbol for daytime running lamps
LED daytime running lights on Audi A4
1974 Plymouth Valiant with headlamps, amber front position lamps, and side marker lights lit
ISO symbol for turn signals, UNECE 121 symbol
Front and side turn signals illuminated
The Japanese Trafficator deploys to extend from the vehicle's side to indicate a turn in that direction.
Mirror-mounted side turn signal repeater
Two types of dashboard turn signal tell-tale
This Mercedes-Benz ML-Class is outfitted with red rear turn signals on the left-hand side and amber ones on the right-hand side.
The Honda Ridgeline was built with amber rear turn signals from 2006–2008 and red ones from 2009–2014.
The colour coating has started to flake off this PY27/7W bulb, a relatively new problem
Double taillights mounted on a road-rail vehicle.
Full LED rear lights on a BMW 7 Series
The rear end of a Renault Master. The offset third brake light above the door handle is visible.
ISO symbol for rear fog lamps ,UNECE 121 symbol
Single rear fog lamp on a Mercedes M Class
Reversing lamps lit on a Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren
End outline marker lamp
ISO symbol for hazard warning signal ,UNECE 121 symbol
Light bar on a British police car
An illuminated taxi sign
Light source placed in a parabolic reflector to achieve a directed beam
Light emitting diodes (LED) tail lights of a BMW 330Ci

Mercedes-Benz introduced the side turn signal repeaters integrated into the side view mirror in 1998, starting with its facelifted E-Class (W210).