The wagon has long been outsold by SUVs in North America for decades, but that isn't stopping Mercedes from bringing the updated E-Class All-Terrain to the US. Based on the new E-Class sedan, the All-Terrain builds on the tech-loaded E450 trim with a hybrid powertrain. A 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-six and electric motor combine for 375 horsepower and 369 lb-ft of torque, delivered through standard all-wheel-drive with adaptive air suspension. The wagon gets an exclusive off-road driving mode, with features like automatically lowering the car 0.6 inches over 75 MPH to improve aerodynamics. Inside are reams of rich leather and metal switchgear, with a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, a 14.4-inch touchscreen, and the optional 12.3-inch passenger display. Integrated 5G and third-party apps like Zoom can be used while the car is parked. The E-Class All-Terrain arrives at dealers in 2024.