The prototype Mercedes-AMG E63 came across to photo spies with almost no camouflageMarch 23, 2020
The novelty was able to photograph not far from the headquarters of AMG. This time, the car almost did not hide behind a protective film.
Earlier this month, Mercedes took off the last camouflage from the “refreshed” E-Class sedan and station wagon, showing almost all versions up to the AMG E53. The intrigue was preserved only for the E63 model, whose release is expected a little later this year. Now, photo spies managed to “catch” the prototype with virtually no masking: a small camouflage was preserved only on the front bumper.
Michelin Alpin test car on 19-inch wheels with winter tires gets completely updated headlights and taillights, as well as a darkened Panamericana grille. But the outstanding three-pointed star in front is still hidden by camouflage. They did not hide the back emblem.
The front bumper of the high-performance station wagon has been noticeably updated, demonstrating a new shape with giant air intakes and a different lower grille. Aggressive news is made by the modified tetrahedral exhaust pipes on the sides of the new diffuser.
Technical specifications of the E63 still raise questions from experts. One of them is whether the 4.0-liter V8 engine will get more power.
The fact that the updated E63 lost almost all of its camouflage suggests that the official announcement of the new product is just around the corner.
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