A prototype of the updated wagon Mercedes-AMG E63 was noticedAugust 21, 2019
New from the sports brand Mercedes-AMG will be a rival for the high-performance wagon Audi RS6 Avant. The official presentation of the new version of the German station wagon should take place next year.
For obvious reasons, some people find high-performance station wagons such as the Mercedes-AMG E63, Audi RS6 Avant and Alpina B5 Touring close to perfection. These cars are spacious, comfortable, luxurious, “loaded” with the latest technology, and they are insanely fast. Even though the station wagon body style as such has lost popularity among motorists in many parts of the world when crossovers and SUVs appeared, there are still quite a large number of fans of this particular body type and especially from the “charged” versions.
At the disposal of our publication were photos from the tests of the updated station wagon Mercedes-AMG E63. The prototype had camouflage on the front panel that hid not only the Panamericana false radiator grille with its many vertical panels, but also the revised headlights.
The German brand also masked the bumper, taillights and the area around them, which may be a sign that changes are waiting for the car there, possibly significant.
Although we do not see what is happening inside the cabin, it is appropriate to assume that the COMAND infotainment system will be replaced by a new and much more advanced MBUX.
It will be interesting to see whether AMG specialists will upgrade the existing 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine for the station wagon, which is installed under the hood of the powerful E63 S, in which it develops 603 hp.
The official presentation of the new version of the German station wagon should take place next year, immediately after the debut of the usual restyling for the E-class.
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