There are photos of the updated Mercedes-AMG E63 2021April 15, 2019
So far, there is no data on when the German novelty will be presented, which will be positioned as a sedan in the 2021 model year. One thing is clear, first the company will show the usual performances of the updated E-class.
After the introduction of the high-performance BMW M5 Competition sedan and the imminent appearance of the powerful Audi RS6 Avant of a new generation, the German brand Mercedes-Benz is going to introduce its competitor to these cars – this is a “charged” E63.
In these “spy” photos you can see two prototypes of the long-awaited news, hiding their modified headlights and taillights with camouflage film. Tests were held at the Nurburgring race track.
Despite the camouflage, we can see the updated schedule of daytime LED running lights, which is similar to those in the latest Mercedes models. Behind the tiny squares on the taillights are similar to those that were seen on the prototypes of the updated C-Class. There are also some changes in the bumpers.
For some reason, the guys from Mercedes-AMG didn’t put on the prototypes the Panamericana false grille, which is branded for the “charged” versions of the German brand, but we expect to see it in the final performance of the powerful sedan.
The interior of the novelty seems to be fully open for viewing, which is a clear sign that there will not be any major changes in the cabin anymore. At the same time, we expect that the Comand infotainment system will be replaced by the new MBUX Mercedes.
It is unclear whether the updated E63 will be more powerful than its current version. This is technically possible, given that in the current E63 S, the power of the 4.0-liter V8 with two turbines is 603 hp, whereas for the powerful coupe GT 63 S 4-Door the power is 630 hp.
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