Mercedes E-Class All Terrain 4×4² Prototype – Video
Underneath the hood it’s the standard engine you’ll find in the E400, a twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6 with 329 horsepower and 354 pound-feet (480 Newton-meters) of torque. Although the All-Terrain 4×4² was built for the off-road, we can see it’s also good for a bit of drifting on a muddy surface.
It goes without saying this wasn’t a one-man job as a small team was involved in the project after Jürgen Eberle received the proverbial stamp of approval from his boss. It took about six months to finish the project, including six weeks to effectively build the car.
Coming from a company that in recent years has built some crazy vehicles like the G63 6×6, the G650 Landaulet, and the aforementioned G500 4×42, the E400 Wagon-based All-Terrain 4×4² sort of makes sense.