On tests, a prototype of the “charged” Mercedes-AMG E63 2021 was noticed.

On tests, a prototype of the “charged” Mercedes-AMG E63 2021 was noticed.

December 28, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

The German novelty of the 2021 model year received a small camouflage, which still can not hide the fact that the appearance of the car has not changed. Presentation of new items will take place next year.

Test prototypes of the high-performance partial-masked Mercedes-AMG E63 2021 model year are not new. For several months we have seen “half-covered” sedans and station wagons, and the latest “spy” video shows that the Mercedes team continues to work on testing its new products at full speed. This time we see the AMG E63 sedan with a small camouflage front and rear.

 Changes in the exterior of the car at first glance are elusive. The sedan in the video above shows a new, camouflaged false radiator grille that we saw earlier on other test prototypes of a car. It differs from the Panamericana branded grille, which a high-performance car should receive, indicating that the new E63 may receive a new or additional grille design. However, we still see the Panamericana grill design.

The Mercedes-AMG E63 2021 model will debut next year and then go on sale.

Other changes to the front of the car include a new headlight design that is similar to the headlight blocks on other new Mercedes models. Boomerang LED daytime running lights resemble those in the Mercedes CLS and Mercedes CLA. Updates at the rear of the car seem even more subtle. The novelty has a new design for the rear lights. We do not see any changes in the design of the bumper, although we expect that Mercedes will “tweak” them a little.

 In the cabin, we expect minimal changes compared to the current version of the model. Mercedes, most likely, will replace the outdated COMAND infotainment system with a modern Mercedes MBUX with two screens – one will act as a virtual dashboard, and the other will display a picture from the multimedia.

 Under the hood of the new Mercedes-AMG E63 will be a twin-turbocharged V8 that develops 603 horsepower in the current E63. However, the engine is capable of developing 630 hp, which it does in the four-door GT 63 S.