The new Mercedes-AMG E 63 4MATIC+ represent the biggest step forward

Mercedes-AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+ „Edition 1“ ;Kraftstoffverbrauch kombiniert: 9,1 – 8,8l/100 km; CO2-Emissionen kombiniert: 207 – 199 g/km Mercedes-AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+ „Edition 1“; Fuel consumption combined: 9,1 – 8,8 l/100 km; Combined CO2 emissions: 207 – 199 g/km

Mercedes-AMG has claimed that its Mercedes-AMG E 63 4MATIC+ represents the biggest step forward turning the most intelligent executive saloon into the most powerful E-Class of all time.

The latest generation of the E 63 4MATIC+ brings to the table a number of new developments that redefine the performance saloon. Innovative powertrain engineering and maximum performance are combined with distinctive design, exclusive equipment and the latest infotainment features for comprehensive, connected multimedia applications.

The exteriors of the new saloon are stunning with the side view reinforcing this impression by way of numerous, carefully matched elements. One special detail is the arrow-shaped wing signet in silver chrome bearing three-dimensional “V8 BITURBO 4MATIC+” lettering – an eye-catching way to highlight the drive system. The side sill panels make the saloon appear to sit even lower on the road and elongate the overall line. Inserts in silver chrome differentiate the S-Model.

The muscular rear end provides the finishing touch in conjunction with the clearly defined spoiler lip in the colour of the vehicle on the boot lid, the rear apron with diffuser-look insert, and the two bright chrome-plated twin tailpipe trim elements on the selectable sports exhaust system.

Designers and aerodynamics experts worked together to develop the E 63 4MATIC+. Their insights not only resulted in the striking AMG bodystyling but also the performance-oriented lift balance – for agile handling characteristics on country roads and optimum driving stability at high speeds on the motorway. The developers also placed great importance on achieving a low level of wind noise, minimal aerodynamic drag for low fuel consumption, and thermal robustness for all systems. The complete package of measures involves a number of details on the front and underbody. Adapted to the saloon’s airflow and topography, the clearly defined rear spoiler eliminates lift on the rear axle.

The advanced AMG 4.0-litre V8 biturbo engine utilises well-proven twin turbocharging, with the two chargers not located outside on the cylinder banks, but rather between them in the V of the cylinders. The advantages of the “hot inner V” are a compact engine design, an immediate response from the twin-scroll turbochargers and low exhaust gas emissions thanks to optimum air flow for the close-coupled catalytic converters.

For maximum efficiency, Mercedes-AMG has equipped the V8 engine with the AMG Cylinder Management cylinder deactivation system. This already helped the SLK 55 to achieve impressively low consumption and emission values and is now being used with a turbocharged engine from the high-performance sports car brand for the first time. In the partial-load range cylinders two, three, five and eight are deactivated, which crucially lowers the fuel consumption.

For detailed write-up about the new Mercedes-AMG E 63 4MATIC+ check Daimler’s site.