W213 E63 AMG Sedan Reveals Most of Its Muscular Design in Latest Spy Video

We think something crazy is about to be unleashed into the world, the brand new E63 AMG. We say that because most of the camouflage has come off the car, or cars, and it's got paint as well.
W213 E63 AMG Sedan Reveals Most of Its Muscular Design in Latest Spy Video 5 photos
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Most of the times, Mercedes tests in black, so when you see anything other than that, it's a pre-production car. You can think of it as one of those iPhone mockups that the Chinese leak. The video captured by Walko Art in Stuttgart shows both a white sedan and one clad in some sort of designo silver.

Anyways, the E63 doesn't have some kind of groundbreaking design. But it's miles away from a classic AMG, and it even has features that the E43 4Matic lacks. For example, the hood has a couple of horns, which are undoubtedly visible even from behind the wheel.

Ever air intake, spoiler or skirt is three-dimensional and edgy, and you can't accuse this E-Class of having fake air intakes. The new engine it uses needs a lot of cold air to produce more power than the old one using a smaller 4-liter block.

Because it packs 612 PS (that's what the rumors say), the new E63 S will be all-wheel drive only. However, the system won't be as restrictive as early 4Matic AWDs. We suspect that all off the power will be available for the rear wheels so that you can perform impressive drifts and look like a driving god.

If that much power scares you, know that there's also a regular E63 on the way with 571 PS, but it might not be available from the start. Mercedes already sell the E43 in AMG flavor, but it's not exactly the same kind of car. We expect the big V8 boys will be shown at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show in January. However, a web debut might happen even earlier.

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