Unfortunately, the camouflage on the front bumper didn’t cover a thing.
Around the beginning of the month, Mercedes stripped the covers off the facelifted E-Class sedan and wagon by revealing nearly all models up to the AMG E53. Save the best for the last time. So the range-topping E63 will be out later this year with the same major style updates.
Ranging from new lights to the Panamericana grid.
A concept has now been captured on tape by our spies in Affalterbach. As near the headquarters of AMG, and it reveals nearly all the exterior tweaks.
With camouflage only on the front bumper. So, the 19-inch Michelin Alpin winter tire prototype vehicle provides our best look yet at the flagship E-Class car body style platform.
Not only are the new headlights and taillights fully visible, but also the black-out version of the Panamericana grid. Although the famous three-pointed star lies concealed under the front camo, Mercedes did not hesitate to cover the back emblem.
It hid the corporate badge on the wheels and even the “AMG” lettering on the panel, while the “V8 BITURBO 4MATIC+” emblem was absent from the front fender, where you can see a somewhat revamped piece of trim.
In light of the lipstick added to the front fascia. The new bumper exposes its revised form with gigantic air intakes and a different arrangement for the lower grid. The revamped styling, along with the Panamericana grid, gives the AMG E63 a mean feel.
We might claim the same thing about the rear. As the revised quad exhaust tips flanking the new diffuser give the high-performance car a more offensive look.
Essentially, the interior cabin will be relocated from the smaller models of the 2021 E-Class series. Along with the necessary changes reserved for the full-fat AMG variant. The only possible piece of the E63 puzzle that’s missing is that the 4.0-liter V8 twin-turbo engine gets a power boost.