This is the first time that next year’s E 63 AMG sedan has been spotted. The car was taken out by Mercedes engineers to get a fell for the Nürburgring track.
Like the previous E-Class prototypes we saw, the headlights on the latest E 63 AMG adopt a single shape design instead of the dual-unit design that has featured on the E-Class for the past three generations now.
New LED elements at the top of the headlights can be seen, and the heavily disguised bumpers suggest these will feature an all-new design on the 2014 E 63 AMG. Clear signs this is the AMG model and not a run-of-the-mill E-Class are the quad exhaust tips at the rear, chunky side sills below the doors, and oversized wheels and tires.
Few changes are expected under the hood as the E 63 AMG received AMG’s latest twin-turbocharged 5.5-liter V8 only two model years ago.
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