Cars! Interior textures of the 2010 E-Class (Gallery)

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Disclosure: Mercedes-Benz is a sponsor of BBG. Last week, we drove the new E-Class and were the first bloggers or journalists to get a look inside their North American R&D lab. We’re writing a series of posts about the tech we saw there; Mercedes-Benz has no editorial involvement in these items.

Everyone knows what the new E-Class looks like from outside; and the dashboard, with all its technological doodads, features strongly in the extant coverage. So the first thing we noticed when climbing into it were the fine details that never get mentioned: textures, stitching, friction pads on air vents. Bet you can’t guess where all of these are from!

e-class interior crocodile alligator

e-class interior crocodile alligator

e-class interior crocodile alligator

e-class interior crocodile alligator

e-class interior crocodile alligator
O.K., so that one’s pretty easy.

e-class interior crocodile alligator

e-class interior crocodile alligator

e-class interior crocodile alligator

e-class interior crocodile alligator

More info is at Mercedes-Benz’s website.

 

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10 Responses to Cars! Interior textures of the 2010 E-Class (Gallery)

  1. Enx says:

    have you noticed that if you scrolldown the first and second image of the post It seems like an optical illusion?

  2. dculberson says:

    ENX, yeah!

  3. zikman says:

    hmm… I think I’m gonna go buy an e class

  4. HeatherB says:

    Something so nice about texture pictures.

  5. cmdrfire says:

    Ugh, I’m feeling a bit ill after experimentally scrolling the first two images to verify what ENX and Monstrinho say…

    You should also find a way to include the smell of fine Germanic leather.

  6. dculberson says:

    If we could make a loop of them it would blow my mind.

  7. Rob Beschizza says:

    I just figured out what you’re talking about on the angled pattern pics. WHOA.

  8. nyet says:

    it’s like looking at a pretty girl’s pore

  9. Mike says:

    You need a tilt-shift lens. Or a smaller sensored camera for more depth of field.

    Also, nice to see that they’re still using the same cheap and cheesy feeling door locks, complete with molding flash, as my W211 E350.

  10. monstrinho_do_biscoito says:

    scrolling past those first 2 images does something funny to my mind

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