No tech hybrids. Nevertheless.
It was in early March that the new 2021 E-Class for Mercedes-Benz unveiled online. A crucial interactive move for automakers looking to show off their newest models in the light of the cancelation of the 2020 Geneva Motor Show.
Featuring a new logo, additional innovations, and revised trims, the latest E-Class also includes the E350e plug-in hybrid. With a refreshed E53, and the United States All-Terrain wagon.
Although we’ll hear more later in the year about these upcoming models. Mercedes-AMG doesn’t want to be left out. The three-pointed star manufacturer’s high-performance division is gradually upgrading the E63 sedan and wagon to follow the latest hallmarks of standard E-Class offerings. Yeah, and not to panic-the the E63 wagon stateside will still be sold by AMG.
For the upcoming 2021 Mercedes-AMG E63 having a familiar. But more rugged take on the E-Class style, we picked up on the tale thanks to Car and Driver. The most noticeable design improvements would be a larger and more prominent Panamericana grille. With massive air intakes, and a much narrower stance.
Expect the same upgraded MBUX infotainment interface. And exclusive AMG and instrument cluster features. And the Mercedes-AMG E63 S does not get a 48-volt hybrid system following the E-Class hybrid offer. Retaining the twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 with 603 horsepower and 627 lb-ft torque. The “drift” style rear-wheel still maintained for effective calculation.
Car and Driver have also said that AMG has listened closely to consumer reviews on the fairly firm ride of the current model, and will most certainly change the latest E63’s suspension to have more added value.
No prices yet, but they say it shouldn’t be that far from the existing starting point of $108,000, with actual sales beginning in this year’s fall.
2021 E-Class Mercedes-Benz: New Look, Revised Tech, And A Plug-In Hybrid.
Meet the Mercedes-Benz E-Class in 2021. The facelifted sedan – initially set for the Geneva Motor Show launch before it was postponed – is making its online appearance today. And not only does the revised E-Class sport look new, but for the 2021 model year, it also gets fresh tech, more advanced safety features, and three exclusive trim tiers.