The new Mercedes-AMG E 63 Estate is the world’s quickest wagon, hitting 0-62mph in 3.5 sec in range-topping S 4Matic+ guise. Mercedes AMG E63 Estate can drift like a rally vehicle yet Mercedes built the two-tonne vehicle for families. The upgraded Mercedes AMG E 63 Estate specs included a higher engine power.
Mercedes-AMG E 63 Estate Specs: The Two-tonne Vehicle is Comparable to Race Car
The basic E63 and E63 S will share the exact same 4.0-litre V8 with twin turbochargers and direct injection engine. Utilizing the same twin-turbocharged 4.0-litre V8 engine as the saloon, the standard E 63 4Matic+ has 563bhp and 552lb ft of torque. The most popular model, will be the range-topping E 63 S 4Matic+. This included the turbocharger increased pressure and other power-enhancing tweaks. Hence, the upgraded engine will permit it to produce 603bhp and 626lb ft.
The car’s speed is limited to 155 mph on bot variations of the model. The basic Estate variation can reach 0-62 mph within 3.6 seconds, while the S version shaves 0.1 seconds off that time. The Mercedes’ E63 saloons can only beat the heavier Estate variations at 3.5 seconds and 3.4 seconds respectively for the standard and S designs.
In addition, the ‘S’ model has an advantage with its Drift Mode. This feature re-routes 100 percent of the engine power to the rear-wheels, allowing it to tear around corners on a track. Mercedes included this mode to guarantee that the rear-wheel driving characteristics of the E63 will remain, with the new four-wheel drive.
Mercedes fitted the new nine-speed sports transmission to the E63 in addition to variable torque circulation. In addition, it will probably combine with the 4MATIC+ all-wheel-drive system for exceptional handling and control.
Mercedes-AMG E 63 Estate Specs: Variants With Different Driving Modes
Tobias Moers, CEO of Mercedes-AMG, stated that the new AMG E 63 Estate integrates their trademark driving dynamics with high-end everyday functionality. He added that the AMG model has been a permanent fixture to the company’s portfolio for 40 years. The powerful engine and the smart all-wheel drive underpin the company’s claim to always be at the leading edge of development when it pertains to efficiency.
Owners will have the ability to scroll through four different AMG driving modes. The driving modes are Comfort, Sport Plus, Sport and Individual to experience the engines’ real power, Each mode will customize the response of the engine, transmission, suspension, steering, as well as the all-wheel-drive system. The company fitted the S variation with even bigger compound brake discs and carbon ceramic brakes.