Mercedes-AMSG is selling its last E-Series sedan in North America, the Mercedes-Amigas E-250 and E.250, the company announced Monday.
Mercedes-am.com reported the news.
The last two E-cars were made in China and are sold in the United States.
The E-550 was introduced in 2002, and the E-650 in 2005.
Mercedes is still selling the E.350, E.450, E-600, E50 and E60.
It said the E50 will be phased out and will not be offered until 2018.
Mercedes said the company plans to sell E.550s in the new 2017 model year.
Class will be sold in only one trim level, the sedan or wagon, and there will be no E.650s, it said.
The model with the longest production run will be the E250 sedan.
The Mercedes-AMPG also announced plans to discontinue the E350 and E450 in 2018 and 2019, respectively.
It also plans to stop selling the Mercedes E.200 and E300 in 2020.
The AMG also said it will discontinue sales of the Mercedes S-Class sedan in 2019.
The new Mercedes- AMG E Class, Mercedes-ams.com reports, will be offered in North American dealerships starting in 2019, and Mercedes-amps.com expects to sell the E300, E350, and E350e sedan in a limited number of U., Europe and Japan markets by the end of 2021.
It is unclear if the new E-classes will be available in the UK.
Mercedes says it expects to be able to sell between 1,000 and 1,500 of the new cars in the country by 2020.
The last Mercedes-Mitsubishi G Series was sold in Germany in 2002 and was discontinued in the wake of the financial crisis.
The new Mercedes will be built in a plant in Miesheim, Germany.
The Mercedes-Mercedes E-series is the highest-selling brand in the Mercedes family, with sales exceeding $100 billion per year.