The German automaker is presenting the 2010 Mercedes E Class Limousine, which represents the result of a collaboration with Binz, a company specialized in developing special chassis.
The 2010 Mercedes E Class Limousine which measures 5.98 meters is the 7-door version of the new E Class sedan which is 1.11 meters shorter. The two additional seats in the 2010 Mercedes E Class Limousine mean that a total of seven people can be accommodated inside the cabin, so the car’s body had to be redesigned in order to maintain high torsional rigidity.
The 2010 Mercedes E Class Limousine is equipped with numerous accessories that ensure safety and comfort and this stretched E Class version will  also be available in various levels of armor.
Powering options for the 2010 Mercedes E Class Limousine will include two petrol engines : the 350 CGI BlueEfficiency and E500 plus a diesel choice with the E250 BlueEfficiency.

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Source: Mercedes