Around a month back, spy shots of a minimally camouflaged 2021 Mercedes AMG E63 Wagon surfaced over the internet, and this time its the Sedan sibling that has gained the limelight.
Well, just like the Wagon, the 2021 Mercedes-AMG E63 Sedan has also been caught with minimum disguise, with only the front bumper and badge under hiding.
The reshaped headlights are completely obvious, just like the more extensive taillights highlighting new designs loaning the superior vehicle a new look.
Caught at the Nürburgring, the big cheese in the E-Class family is at long last changing to the Panamericana grille. Remember it has just appeared on an AMG E-Class considering the mid-cycle update for the warm E53 model carried the glossy new aggressive grille with vertical braces. While the bumpers don’t look that entirely different, what comes to notice is that the exhaust framework has been somewhat altered as the double tips are isolated in these shots, as opposed to being housed in the very same exhaust finisher.
Mercedes hasn’t let out the slightest peep about any potential changes to the twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 motor, which makes 603 ponies and 627 pound-feet (850 Newton-meters) in the E63 S. All that power is routed to every one of the four wheels accrediting to the impressive 4Matic+ setup.
It’s a given that the changes on the inside will be generally similar to the ones already actualized in the lower E-Class models, yet with the undeniable overhauls saved to the range-besting E63 model. By a long shot, the most remarkable amendment will be the infotainment framework, to be specific, the implementation of the renowned MBUX infotainment arrangement made its way on to the A-class around two years back in 2018, when the lineup was given some major overhauls.