The wait is over and as expected, Mercedes-Benz has unveiled the E63 And E63s sedan and wagon variants to the public. Since the regular facelifted sedan and wagon has already made its debut, it’s only normal that the more powerful AMG models follow suit. The new AMG has raised serious eyebrows as the competition for supremacy heats up amongst rivals.
From the front, you can see that the grille wears a new mesh and has AMG bumpers. The wheel arches are flared and they also come with functional air intakes. Mercedes-Benz slapped a new 20-inch five-twin-spoke light-alloy wheel which makes the design looks a bit softer and more svelt. With all these, The E63 still did not lose its aggressive AMG nature. The rear is not left out as they are restyled to match the entire package.
On the interior, it’s still the same as the regular E-Class as all the upgrades are unchanged. The new 12.3-inch screens with the latest MBUX infotainment system are fitted and a new three-spoke AMG Performance steering wheel with haptic controls. The AMG seats are wrapped in exclusive Nappa leather and additional Nappa leather covers the dashboard and beltlines. An interior colour option of Black/Titanium Grey with yellow contrast stitching is a new addition for 2021.
Engine And Transmission
The engine displacement is carried over from the current model. Both E63 and E63s come with a 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 that outputs 603hp and 627 lb-ft of torque. A 9-speed automatic transmission with a 4Matic+ all-wheel drive is standard. Mercedes says the E63 sedan takes just 3.3 seconds to hit 60 mph while the wagon takes 3.4 seconds. The sedan tops out at 186 mph while the wagon is slightly slower at 180 mph. The multi-chamber air suspension and adaptive adjustable damping have been improved by Mercedes to make the E63 an even more competent daily driver than before.
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