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Mercedes-Benz E-class Cabriolet
Mercedes-Benz E-class Cabriolet
The first Mercedes E-class convertible in more than a decade, the new E-class cabriolet, which goes on sale in May, features new Mercedes technology designed to make it more pleasant to go fast with the top down.

The new AirCap system uses a small spoiler that rises out of the top of the windshield combined with a cloth air shield that rises between the back seats. These features, together with raised side windows, calm the air around the seats to prevent occupants being thrashed by turbulence.

The E-class Cabriolet will also be available with Mercedes' AirScarf technology which blows warm air from the headrests to keep occupants comfortable on cooler days.

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Last updated January 12 2010: 4:22 PM ET
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