Sedan Mercedes-AMG E63 noticed on testsApril 22, 2020
A month ago, photo spies crawled close to a barely disguised prototype station wagon Mercedes-AMG E63 2021 model year, and now a sedan has fallen into the lens.
Like the AMG E63 station wagon, which AutoTimesNews reported earlier, the sedan also has almost no disguise, only the front bumper and badges are still hidden under the stickers. The modified headlights are clearly visible, as are the wider taillights with new graphics that give the high-performance sedan a fresh look.
Once in the Nurburgring, the best car in the E-Class family is finally moving to the Panamericana grille. It is worth noting that she already made her debut on the AMG E-Class on the mid-cycle update of the E53 model, which brought her a new shiny aggressive grille with vertical bars. Despite the fact that the bumpers have not changed much, the exhaust system has been slightly modified, since now the double tips are divided, and not placed in the same exhaust finisher.
It goes without saying that the internal changes will largely repeat the smaller E-Class models, but with obvious upgrades reserved specifically for the E63. Of course, the most notable revision will be the infotainment system, namely the implementation of the MBUX installation, introduced about two years ago on the A-Class.
Mercedes did not talk about any potential changes in the 4.0-liter V8 with two turbines, which produces 603 horsepower and 850 Newton meters of torque in the E63 S. All this power is directed to all four wheels through the 4Matic + system. In addition, there is a drift mode that turns the rival BMW M5 into a real rear-wheel drive car.
The official premiere will be held at the end of this month, so the restyled E63 will debut in sedans and wagons in the coming days. The Mercedes-AMG E63 coupe and convertible are due to appear later this year with the same set of updates.
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