Mercedes-AMG will announce the pricing of the high-performance E 63S in India on July 15, 2021. The company will launch the E 53 sedan in India for the first time, and it will be launched on the same day. The two new models launched in India will bring the total number of releases of the German brand to nine in 2021. Both cars will be equipped with Mercedes’ 4Matic+ all-wheel drive system and will have a standard-length wheelbase instead of a long-wheelbase version. Non-AMG variant.
- The updated E 63S has been adjusted from the inside to the outside
- Did not get any power system upgrade
- E 53 sedan will be launched in India for the first time
The updated Mercedes-AMG E 63S: What’s new?
Performance-oriented updates Class E Obtained a design modification consistent with the facelifted model recently launched on the market in India. Its styling is designed to establish a stronger connection with Mercedes-AMG’s global lineup. In order to distinguish it from the recently updated E-class products, New E 63S Equipped with AMG-specific radiator grille with 12 vertical slats and an enlarged Mercedes star logo.
As far as power is concerned, the new E 63S retains the 4.0-liter V8 twin-turbocharged engine of the previous version, which can produce 612 horsepower and 850 Nm of torque in the top S version expected to enter India. Power continues to be transmitted to all four wheels via a 9-speed automatic transmission.
The updated Mercedes-AMG E 63S: more details
The updated performance car also adjusted the AMG dynamic selection software and driver, including updating the software that controls its all-wheel drive system and ESP stability control. According to the manufacturer, all these updates pushed the E 63S to 100kph in 3.4 seconds.
At the rear, there are flatter brake lights and a redesigned apron, which has also been aerodynamically optimized. There is also a new diffuser. The standard wheel size of the E 63S is still 20 inches, and the alloy wheel is the standard configuration.
Internally, it gets the latest version of the MBUX infotainment system and digital meter display, both of which offer customized AMG display options. There is also a new dual-spoke AMG Performance steering wheel with tactile feedback control, which includes a “hands-on” sensor that will trigger a warning and eventually activate the emergency brake assist system when it detects that the driver does not put his hands on the steering wheel. Wheels for a long time. Matched with the new wheels are larger aluminum paddle shifters that can operate a 9-speed gearbox.
Mercedes-AMG E 53 is here too
Mercedes-AMG will launch the second model of the 53 series in India. The new E 53 sedan will be lower than the top E 63S in the Indian series. The E 53 shares its power unit with the GLE 53 Coupe already on sale in India.
Power comes from a 435-horsepower, 3.0-liter, in-line, six-cylinder, twin-turbocharged gasoline engine. The device is paired with a 48V mild hybrid system (called EQ Boost by Mercedes), which can increase 22hp and 250Nm of torque under hard acceleration. Power is sent to all four wheels via a 9-speed automatic transmission and Mercedes’ 4Matic+ all-wheel drive system.
Mercedes-AMG E 63S and E 53: Competitors in India
Although the E 63S will face BMW M5 in India. The milder E 53 may not have any direct competitors at the time of its release.
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