Even after the recent complete leak of press photos of the W213 Mercedes-Benz E-Class means we already know what the upcoming executive sedan will look like, it hasn’t stopped Stuttgart from releasing yet another teaser ahead of the car’s January 11 unveiling at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show.

The video shows the still-camouflaged W213, bearing the letters “CES”, as it cruises along Las Vegas together with an entourage consisting of an AMG S 65 Coupe and a C-Class. It highlights the fact that the E-Class will make an appearance at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show, albeit still in disguised form.

There, show-goers will be able to get a look at the interior of the W213, already revealed late last year, in person – including the S-Class-style dashboard, twin 12.3-inch displays on higher-end models, new digital instrument cluster and COMAND Online display graphics, steering wheel-mounted touch pads to control the infotainment system as well as an impressive new 23-speaker Burmeister sound system.

Mercedes-Benz will also preview the smartphone integration technology that will be incorporated into the new E-Class, including a Qi wireless phone charger – aside from charging without any cables, the smartphone will also be able to connect to the COMAND infotainment system via Near Field Communication (NFC). It can also serve as a key, as well as guide the car in and out of parking spaces via Remote Parking Pilot.

The company has previously revealed several of the E-Class’ key technologies – safety technologies like Active Brake Assist get a bump up, capable of scanning other lanes for cars and initiating braking earlier if it senses an evasive manoeuvre is impossible.

Other features include the new Evasive Steering Assist, Distance Pilot Distronic with Speed Limit Pilot and Active Lane Keeping Assist, semi-autonomous Active Lane Change Assist as well as an uprated Pre-Safe system – the latter now protects your ears in a loud crash, and pushes you closer to the centre of the car using the inflatable seat bolsters to provide more survival space in the event of a side impact.

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GALLERY: W213 Mercedes-Benz E-Class interior