Charged crossover Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 spotted by journalistsMay 14, 2019
The journalists saw a high-performance crossover Mercedes-AMG GLE 63. Under the hood of the German news should be a 550-horsepower V8 engine, the power of which should be at least 550 horses. The official presentation should take place this fall.
Journalists managed to capture the prototype of a more powerful modification of the German crossover, which is known as the Mercedes-AMG GLE 63. The camouflage film covering the body of the test car is still very thin, mostly it is in the front and rear of the car. We expect to see in these places the biggest visual changes.
The heaviest camouflage is installed in the front – not only the film, but also special panels that intentionally change the shape of the body.
There is also a cover above the grille, which probably hides the same vertical processing as the recently shown GLE 53 crossover. In the back of the upcoming GLE 63 there will be an almost identical panel with a diffuser built in below, but the exhaust pipes will be larger.
Under the hood of a more powerful GLE 63, a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine should be installed, the torque of which will be transmitted to all four wheels via an automatic transmission. Official data on engine power is not yet, but rumors suggest that the motor can offer at least 550 hp This is a huge jump with 429 hp, available in the GLE 53 crossover, but we also recently learned that Mercedes can offer the regular version of the crossover, which will be designated the GLE 580. Under the hood of this car there will be a less productive version of the same V8. It is assumed that the power will be 483 hp This crossover design perfectly fills the gap between the two GLE 53 and GLE 63 models.
Not so long ago, we wrote that the Mercedes-Benz C-Class sedan will no longer be produced in the United States.
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