The next-gen Mercedes Benz E-class in prototype performance AMG ‘Estate’ Wagon has again been spied at laps of Germany’s Nurburgring circuit and expose the decisive character of the car, with only the finer minutiae being covered by the black camouflage relevant.
A steal that this is the AMG account is the exposed rear mega with quad tailpipes. Other facts include perforated brake discs with oversized calipers. The new AMG type of the E-Class should be launched alongside the ordered sedan at next year’s Geneva Motor Show in March. However, the Estate sort isn’t potential to be unveiled for at slightest another year after that.
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Despite existing concerns about overall warming and a possible end to the horsepower war between Germany’s in-house tuners, the new E63 Estate will stay with the powerful hand-built 6.2L V8, although the respite of the car’s mechanical embalm is expected to have been given a main makeover. Expect to see might bump up to around 550hp to keep it in line with rivals such as the 580hp Audi RS6 Avant. Engineers will be focusing more on develop managing and frame asset, borrowing several skin from the new C63 AMG.
The sporty AMG wagon is also tipped to gather a widened front chase and exclusive steering ratio compared to the expected E-Class as well as a MacPherson swagger and multi-associate active suspension.