We took over the story thanks to Car and Driver, the new Mercedes-AMG E63 2021 adopting a familiar but more aggressive conception of the E-Class design. A wider and more pronounced Panamericana grille, huge air intakes and a much broader position will be the most obvious external changes. Expect the same improved MBUX infotainment system and unique AMG instrument cluster and functions. And, despite the Class E hybrid offer, the Mercedes-AMG E63 S will not receive a 48-volt hybrid system, retaining the 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 with 603 horsepower and 627 lb-ft of torque. The rear wheel “drift” mode is also kept for good measure.
Car and Driver also said that AMG has listened carefully to customer feedback on the relatively firm driving of the current model and will most likely adjust the suspension of the new E63 to provide more flexibility. No price yet, but they say it shouldn’t be too far from the current starting price of $ 108,000, with actual deliveries scheduled to begin in the fall of this year.