The pricing and specifications for the 2018 Mercedes AMG E63 has been announced.
As with all AMG editions, the car is packed to the brim with new components, materials and will offer much better performance than the base model.
In their announcement, AMG has confirmed that they will roll out three different versions of the modified 2018 Mercedes AMG E 63 models. Each one of them will sport a different price tag, components and will offer an experience geared towards what exactly the buyer wants. The first in the lineup is the Mercedes AMG E 63 4MATIC+ priced at 109,837 euros. Next is the S edition priced at 121,618 euros and the last is the S variant with Edition 1 tag priced at 136,910 euros.
The new models will be available for purchase for at least a year since the original launch. Out of the three, the Edition 1 is the most important of them all as it will be exclusive and distinctive in terms of design. The special edition car will have a selenite grey magno paint finish while buyers do have the option to for a designo night black magno. The attention to detail continues with the dynamic stripes used along the sides combined with large 20-inch forged wheels in matt black and high gloss polished rim flange. Some of these components are part of the AMG night package and it enhances driving experience in the dark.
The 2018 Mercedes AMG E 63 models are equipped with the company’s Nappa leather seats that are accentuated with yellow stitching to push in that sporty mood. It also adds sports driving wheel, center console and dashboard with yellow tones to match the seats. The IWC design is integrated with the analog clock in the center and the AMG floor mats.
Under the hood, the car is powered by a 4.0-liter twin turbo V8 engine tuned by AMD. The S variant offers 612 horsepower while the lower end base E 63 delivers 571 horsepower. The car can go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just 3.4 seconds. The base model can do the same in 3.5 seconds which is hardly a difference in performance unless you an enthusiast and craves for minute numbers. There are four different drive programs including individual, comfort, sport and sport plus based on which the response of the engine will vary. The 2018 Mercedes AMG E 63 has great drifting capability because of its increased torque capacity and a dedicated drift mode.