E 300 Bluetec Hybrid KL-BKK 7

Two new Edition E special editions of the W212 Mercedes-Benz E-Class will soon be introduced in Malaysia. We’re still awaiting official prices and specifications, but for now, we understand that the pair will officially be known as the E 200 Edition E and the E 250 Edition E.

The E 200 Edition E will carry forward all its previous specifications, but will add on larger 18-inch five large-spoke alloy wheels (replacing the previous 17-inch twin-five-spoke type), larger perforated front disc brakes similar to that of the current E 250, with “Mercedes-Benz” lettering on the brake calipers.

Meanwhile, the E 250 Edition E will also maintain its current specifications, but will add an AMG Line exterior kit, similar to that available on the E 300 BlueTEC Hybrid and the E 400. This will particularly include the more aggressive front and rear bumper and side skirts, twin rear bumper-integrated exhaust tips and 18-inch AMG five-spoke alloy wheels.

No images of the E 200 and E 250 Edition E models have been revealed yet, so we’ve included a gallery of the E 300 BlueTEC Hybrid below to give you an idea of what the car could look like.

Interestingly, both models will also come standard with an illuminated Three-Pointed Star, which lights up when the car is unlocked, or when the doors or boot is opened. Additionally Edition E badges will also be visible on the front fenders and floor mats of both cars.

Given that the Edition E variants feature mostly cosmetic upgrades, there aren’t any changes to the vehicles’ powertrains, leaving the E 200 Edition E powered by the 184 hp/300 Nm 2.0 litre turbo four, likewise, a higher-tuned 211 hp/350 Nm version of the engine is available for the E 250 Edition E.

Mercedes-Benz Malaysia has confirmed to us that full details of the new W212 Edition E variants will be revealed very soon, so stay tuned for more details and check out the galleries below for reference.

GALLERY: W212 Mercedes-Benz E 300 BlueTEC Hybrid AMG Line


GALLERY: Mercedes-Benz E 200 Avantgarde

GALLERY: Mercedes-Benz E 250 Avantgarde