Mercedes-AMG took cover from redesigned E 63 S for 2021. The new E 63 S is based on the updated Mercedes E class which revealed recently. Most changes are visual, where we can see new LED headlights, new bumpers and so-called Panamerica grille.
Changes at the rear are also significant, new taillights are definitely the most important changes to mention. Mercedes-AMG equipped this flagship model with rear spoiler (available in color paint or carbon fiber) and quad tailpipes.
Stepping inside the cabin and E 63 benefits the latest version of the MBUX infotainment system. Generally, the cabin has not been changed very much and the biggest change that should be considered is the new multi-function steering wheel with touch buttons on it.
Underpinning the 2021 Mercedes-AMG E 63 S is the old 4-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine, which now pumps out 603 hp and 850 nm of torque for both sedan and wagon variants. The engine is coupled with an AMG Speedshift nine-speed dual-clutch gearbox. As the new E 63 S is a four-wheel-drive sport sedan, it can accelerate from 0 to 100 kph in just 3.3 seconds. The number for the Wagon version is 3.4 seconds and still super sport fast.
AMG armed its latest production with AMG Ride Control+ suspension, multi-chamber air-suspension, and adaptive adjustable dampers. There are four drive modes available named: Comfort, Sport, Sport+ and Drift Mode. when Drift Mode is activated all the power sent to rear wheels where driver can have some fun smoking rear tires.
Stopping power comes from Six-piston front and single-piston rear calipers. Front brake rotors measuring 391 mm and the rear rotor is 360 mm. Buyers can get AMG Carbon Ceramic brakes as an option with extra cost.