Mercedes-AMG E 63 S Launched in IndiaPosted On: May 5, 2018 By : AutoLife Team
Mercedes Benz has finally launched the most awaited, powerful E-Class Series in India. The Mercedes Benz AMG E 63 S 4Matic . This is the premium car which can do 0-100kmph in 3.4 seconds. Not only AMG provides you with style and comfort but also a punch of performance. The AMG E 63 S 4Matic+ gets is power from AMG 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 engine that produces 603bhp of max power and develops 850Nm of peak torque defining it to be the most powerful E-Class ever made. This amazing machine can reach to top speed of 249kmph and the speed shift dual-clutch transmission just makes the fun unimaginable.
Talking about the exterior, the car still carries the essence of the standard E-Class. However, at the front, the bumper is updated and the AMG Panamericana radiator grille is new. The AMG 63 S comes with a slightly larger air intakes and the sporty exhaust setup at the back. The wheel arches are also slightly wider from the standard E-Class, but it’s the matte-black AMG 20-inch alloy wheels are something that makes you fall in love at the first sight.
The rear end gets clearly defined spoiler lip in the color of the vehicle on the boot lid, the rear apron with diffuser-look inserts, and the two bright chrome-plated twin tailpipe trim elements on the selectable sports exhaust system. The car also features a trim strip in silver chrome on the rear apron.
Now lets talk about what AMG E 63 S has to offer what noone else does. It is called the Drift Mode. This mode is an electromechanically controlled coupling that connects the rear axle to the front axle. This is then calculated continuously according to the driving conditions and driver’s input and is where drift mode comes into its own. Activate the Drift mode in the ‘Race’ drive program using the shift paddles, provided that ESP is deactivated and the transmission is in manual mode. When drift mode is activated, the AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+ becomes a purely rear-wheel drive vehicle. Drift mode remains engaged until the driver deactivates it again.