Yesterday, we brought you the full interior reveal of the new W213 Mercedes-Benz E-Class, and today, the car maker has revealed a new video tour of the cabin. A cheeky way of teasing us and spreading out the hype, wouldn’t you say?

Essentially, there are three clips here. The first takes you through an extended tour, so to speak, of the new W213’s interior — it’s almost as good as being there. There’s a detailed walkthrough of the 12.3-inch instrument panel as well as a thorough look through the central 12.3-inch display screen’s functions and updated graphics as well.

Yes, there are two massive display screens just like there are in the S-Class, but do remember that this is only something you’ll find in the higher-range E-Class variants. The base variants will have to settle for twin analogue gauges with a seven-inch colour display in between, along with an 8.4-inch centre display.

Not sped through as quickly as your typical highlight reel, the video gives you enough time to appreciate the subtle nuances in the W213’s craftsmanship and materials. Combining the upper half of the S-Class’ dashboard and the lower half from a C-Class, the E-Class here strikes a perfect middle ground.

The video also brings you up close to the new touchpads on the three-spoke steering wheel, positioned on the left and right spokes within the usual array of car control buttons there. The centre console notably features the brand’s palm rest cum touchpad controller, linked to the COMAND Online infotainment system.

Several seat options are also toured, including a range of colours and contours unique to Mercedes-Benz’s different design lines. The Avantgarde models get sportier shapes, while AMG line models receive extended side bolsters and a wider shoulder section for more lateral support. The Exclusive line gets you longitudinal seat stripes; the designo seats are quilted and feature the lateral support of the sports seats.

The second video listed here is a highlight reel of the W213 E-Class model’s development phase. The car is seen put through its paces on different surfaces, and even on the infamous Nordschleife circuit. And, was that the new AMG E63 we see at 0:14 in the clip?

You’ll also be briefly shown the car undergoing several autonomous driving tests, including autonomous braking and lane changes. Remember that the new E-Class also features a new Active Lane Change System. Best of all, you get to see the car drift on snow like a bat out of hell.

The third video is essentially a shortened version of the first, quickly running through the key features of the car. Potential buyers may be more interested in watching the first video instead. The full unveil of the W213 Mercedes-Benz E-Class is set for January 11, 2016, so stay tuned for more.