Revealed updated wagon and sedan Mercedes-AMG E 63 SJune 18, 2020
The wagon and sedan Mercedes-AMG E 63 S on Thursday, June 18, received an update.
The new E 63 S received a number of visual changes. So, the novelties have acquired other headlights, a different front bumper and a revised Panamericana grille. The front splitter has also changed and now comes standard with a silver shade of Silver Shadow, while in the AMG Night Package it is offered in black and glossy shade. Behind the E 63 S appeared more subtle and angular lights with a new pattern.
The salon of new products will resemble the models of the current generation, with the exception of the new MBUX infotainment complex with a large touch screen. Another innovation is the appearance of another steering wheel with touch buttons.
The updated Mercedes-AMG E 63 S is still equipped with a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 with a capacity of 603 hp. and 850 Nm of torque. Together with the engine, a 9-speed automatic transmission with dual clutch AMG Speedshift and an all-wheel drive system function. The sedan accelerates to 60 mph (96 km / h) in 3.3 seconds, and the station wagon – in 3.4 seconds.
Like the outgoing models, the restyled E 63 Ss have an AMG Ride Control + suspension with air suspension and adaptive damping that offers three different settings: Comfort, Sport and Sport +. Drift Mode is also available by default, it allows you to transmit torque only to the rear wheels.
Braking is provided by 6-piston front calipers and rear sport single piston floating calipers. Oversized AMG carbon-ceramic brakes are available as an option.
The cost of the wagon and sedan Mercedes-AMG E 63 S is currently unknown.
In addition, previously on the Internet they published render images of the new generation Mercedes-AMG C63. The debut date of the novelty is still unknown.
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