Safety


Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4MATIC: Driving situations on snow and ice with 4MATIC: Pulling away easily on surfaces with differing friction coefficients (µ-split)Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4MATIC: Driving situations on snow and ice with 4MATIC: Pulling away easily on surfaces with differing friction coefficients (µ-jump)Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4MATIC: Driving situations on snow and ice with 4MATIC: Stable handling characteristics while corneringMercedes-Benz E-Class 4MATIC: Balance of forces in the "Kamm´s Circle" in ice and snow: Driving in a straight lineMercedes-Benz E-Class 4MATIC: Balance of forces in the "Kamm´s Circle" in ice and snow: Driving in a straight lineMercedes-Benz E-Class 4MATIC: Balance of forces in the "Kamm´s Circle" in ice and snow: CorneringMercedes-Benz E-Class 4MATIC: Driving situations on snow and ice with 4MATIC: Pulling away easily on surfaces with differing friction coefficients (µ-split)Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4MATIC: Driving situations on snow and ice with 4MATIC: Pulling away easily on surfaces with differing friction coefficients (µ-jump)Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4MATIC: Balance of forces in the "Kamm´s Circle" in ice and snow: CorneringMercedes-Benz E-Class 4MATIC: Driving situations on snow and ice with 4MATIC: Stable handling characteristics while corneringMercedes-Benz E-Class: The new ATTENTION ASSIST is fitted with highly sensitive sensors, which monitor the steering wheel movements, the driving situation and more than 70 other parameters. The system thus recognises if the attention of the driver diminishes.Mercedes-Benz E-Class: With child seat recognition Mercedes-Benz makes an important contribution to the safety of young passengers.Mercedes-Benz E-Class: The safety concept at the heart of the new E-Class is based on intelligent designs and highperformance protection systems, not to mention meticulous material selection and well-conceived employment of materials. More so than ever before, Mercedes-Benz has given preference to ultra-high-strength steel alloys because they offer maximum strength whilst minimising weight and, therefore, are essential for meeting the strict safety and durability requirements. Around 72 percent of all the bodyshell panels for the E-Class are made from these grades of steel – a new record in passenger-car development.Mercedes-Benz E-Class: The new Mercedes assistance system can remind the driver of the current speed limit. The speed limit appears on a display in the instrument cluster. The necessary information is detected by the camera on the inside of the windscreen as the car drives past the speed sign.Mercedes-Benz E-Class: The second generation of Night View Assist is characterised by a special pedestrian detection function: as soon as the system detects pedestrians ahead of the car, they are highlighted on the display.Mercedes-Benz E-Class: The anticipatory occupant protection system PRE-SAFE® is based in part on the results of real-life accident research. It recognises potentially dangerous situations and activates protective measures for the car’s occupants. PRE-SAFE® thus builds a link between active and passive safety.Mercedes-Benz E-Class: Blind Spot AssistMercedes-Benz E-Class: During the course of its development, the new E-Class has successfully come through over 150 high-speed crash tests and more than 17,000 realistic crash simulations, including around 40 different crash tests which the saloon had to pass in order to gain world-wide approval and nine extremely demanding, in-house impact tests, some of which go well beyond the statutory requirements.Mercedes-Benz E-Class: During the course of its development, the new E-Class has successfully come through over 150 high-speed crash tests and more than 17,000 realistic crash simulations, including around 40 different crash tests which the saloon had to pass in order to gain world-wide approval and nine extremely demanding, in-house impact tests, some of which go well beyond the statutory requirements.Mercedes-Benz E-Class: During the course of its development, the new E-Class has successfully come through over 150 high-speed crash tests and more than 17,000 realistic crash simulations, including around 40 different crash tests which the saloon had to pass in order to gain world-wide approval and nine extremely demanding, in-house impact tests, some of which go well beyond the statutory requirements.Mercedes-Benz E-Class: During the course of its development, the new E-Class has successfully come through over 150 high-speed crash tests and more than 17,000 realistic crash simulations, including around 40 different crash tests which the saloon had to pass in order to gain world-wide approval and nine extremely demanding, in-house impact tests, some of which go well beyond the statutory requirements.Mercedes-Benz E-Class: Driver assistance systemsMercedes-Benz E-Class: The new ATTENTION ASSIST is fitted with highly sensitive sensors, which monitor the steering wheel movements, the driving situation and more than 70 other parameters. The system thus recognises if the attention of the driver diminishes.Mercedes-Benz E-Class: Lane Keeping AssistMercedes-Benz E-Class: Driver assistance systemsMercedes-Benz E-Class: Intelligent Light System ILSMercedes-Benz E-Class: Lane Keeping AssistMercedes-Benz E-Class: Intelligent Light System ILSMercedes-Benz E-Class: Blind Spot AssistMercedes-Benz E-Class: The safety concept at the heart of the new E-Class is based on intelligent designs and highperformance protection systems, not to mention meticulous material selection and well-conceived employment of materials. More so than ever before, Mercedes-Benz has given preference to ultra-high-strength steel alloys because they offer maximum strength whilst minimising weight and, therefore, are essential for meeting the strict safety and durability requirements. Around 72 percent of all the bodyshell panels for the E-Class are made from these grades of steel – a new record in passenger-car development.Mercedes-Benz E-Class: The anticipatory occupant protection system PRE-SAFE® is based in part on the results of real-life accident research. It recognises potentially dangerous situations and activates protective measures for the car’s occupants. PRE-SAFE® thus builds a link between active and passive safety.Mercedes-Benz E-Class: The anticipatory occupant protection system PRE-SAFE® is based in part on the results of real-life accident research. It recognises potentially dangerous situations and activates protective measures for the car’s occupants. PRE-SAFE® thus builds a link between active and passive safety.Mercedes-Benz E-Class: The safety concept at the heart of the new E-Class is based on intelligent designs and highperformance protection systems, not to mention meticulous material selection and well-conceived employment of materials. More so than ever before, Mercedes-Benz has given preference to ultra-high-strength steel alloys because they offer maximum strength whilst minimising weight and, therefore, are essential for meeting the strict safety and durability requirements. Around 72 percent of all the bodyshell panels for the E-Class are made from these grades of steel – a new record in passenger-car development.Mercedes-Benz E-Class pedestrian protection: The new E-Class will be equipped with an active bonnet as standard, which significantly reduces the risk of injury to pedestrians. Upon impact with a pedestrian, the sensors send information to the electronic control unit which, in turn, activates two solenoids in the hinges instantaneouslyMercedes-Benz E-Class: Driver assistance systemsMercedes-Benz E-Class: Driver assistance systemsMercedes-Benz E-Class pedestrian protection: The new E-Class will be equipped with an active bonnet as standard, which significantly reduces the risk of injury to pedestrians. Upon impact with a pedestrian, the sensors send information to the electronic control unit which, in turn, activates two solenoids in the hinges instantaneouslyMercedes-Benz E-Class: During the course of its development, the new E-Class has successfully come through over 150 high-speed crash tests and more than 17,000 realistic crash simulations, including around 40 different crash tests which the saloon had to pass in order to gain world-wide approval and nine extremely demanding, in-house impact tests, some of which go well beyond the statutory requirements.Mercedes-Benz E-Class: Passive safetyMercedes-Benz E-Class: During the course of its development, the new E-Class has successfully come through over 150 high-speed crash tests and more than 17,000 realistic crash simulations, including around 40 different crash tests which the saloon had to pass in order to gain world-wide approval and nine extremely demanding, in-house impact tests, some of which go well beyond the statutory requirements.
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