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The brand is turning the most intelligent executive saloon into the most powerful E-Class of all time in the shape of the next generation of the E 63 4MATIC+ and E 63 S 4MATIC+ (W 213).

The new Mercedes-AMG E 63 4MATIC+ and E 63 S 4MATIC+.

The most powerful E-Class of all time.
Fuel consumption combined: 9.1–8.8 l/100 km; combined CO₂ emissions: 207–199 g/km.*
The new Mercedes-Benz-AMG E 63 4MATIC+ and E 63 S 4MATIC+ (W 213).

Redefining the performance saloon.

Mercedes-AMG is redefining the performance saloon. The brand is turning the most intelligent executive saloon into the most powerful E-Class of all time in the shape of the next generation of the E 63 4MATIC+ and E 63 S 4MATIC+. Mercedes-AMG is also setting new benchmarks in this market segment with its innovative technologies. The intelligent drive strategy raises the limits of the performance saloon’s vehicle dynamics to a completely new level.

Redefining the performance saloon.

Mercedes-AMG is redefining the performance saloon. The brand is turning the most intelligent executive saloon into the most powerful E-Class of all time in the shape of the next generation of the E 63 4MATIC+ and E 63 S 4MATIC+. Mercedes-AMG is also setting new benchmarks in this market segment with its innovative technologies. The intelligent drive strategy raises the limits of the performance saloon’s vehicle dynamics to a completely new level.

The new Mercedes-Benz-AMG E 63 4MATIC+ and E 63 S 4MATIC+ (W 213).

Two twin-scroll turbochargers.

The versatile AMG 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 engine in the E 63 S 4MATIC+ takes peak performance to a new level at 450 kW (612 hp). Maximum torque attains a new best value of 850 Nm. It is available over a broad engine speed range of 2,500 to 4,500 rpm and so provides a feeling of effortless superiority in every accelerator pedal position. A sprint from 0 to 100 km/h is absolved in 3.4 seconds, and this dynamic acceleration only ends at the governed top speed of 250 km/h (with AMG Driver’s package: 300 km/h). The E 63 4MATIC+ is rated at 420 kW (571 hp) and has 750 Nm of torque. This variant accelerates to 100 km/h in 3.5 seconds. Two twin-scroll turbochargers are deployed for the first time to boost performance and improve responsiveness further. Other engine measures include new pistons, an optimised air intake and charge air cooling, as well as extensive software developments.

The new Mercedes-Benz-AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+ (W 213).Two twin-scroll turbochargers are deployed for the first time to boost performance and improve responsiveness further.
The twin-turbo V8 engine is the most powerful engine to have ever been installed in an E-Class.

“Driving Performance” reaffirmed.

The twin-turbo V8 engine is the most powerful engine to have ever been installed in an E-Class. At the same time it is even more efficient thanks to a cylinder deactivation system fitted as standard, and thus sets the benchmark in its segment. The AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT nine-speed sports transmission is combined with a wet start-off clutch for the first time.

“The new E 63 models represent the biggest step forward we’ve ever taken from one generation to the next. Vehicle dynamics were especially important to us. At the start of the development process, we opted for a fully variable all-wheel drive system which, when combined with the advanced performance of the 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 engine, reaffirms our brand’s ‘Driving Performance’ claim,” explains Tobias Moers, Chairman of the Board of Management of Mercedes-AMG GmbH.

Another highlight is the completely new AMG Performance 4MATIC+ (W 213) all-wheel drive system.

AMG Performance 4MATIC+ all-wheel drive.

Another highlight is the completely new AMG Performance 4MATIC+ all-wheel drive system. It combines the advantages of various drive configurations. Torque distribution on the front and rear axles, which until now was strongly rear-biased, is fully variable for the first time. This ensures optimum traction right up to the physical limit, whatever the road conditions. An electromechanically controlled coupling connects the permanently driven rear axle variably to the front axle.

The best possible torque distribution is calculated continuously according to the driving conditions and driver’s input. The performance saloon can thus be driven in a continuously variable way from traction-oriented all-wheel drive to purely rear-wheel drive. Transitions are seamless and based on an elaborate matrix. It is still possible to drift thanks to fully variable torque distribution.

Short shift times, high efficiency.

The AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT nine-speed sports transmission is specially tuned to requirements in the new E 63 4MATIC+ and E 63 S 4MATIC+. This involved re-engineering hardware and software alike.

A special software development enables extremely short shift times, fast multiple downshifts and the double-clutching function, making for a highly emotive gearshifting experience. A wet start-off clutch replaces the torque converter. This saves weight and optimises the response time to the driver’s accelerator pedal input, particularly when accelerating and during load changes.

The AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT nine-speed sports transmission is specially tuned to requirements in the new E 63 4MATIC+ and E 63 S 4MATIC+ (W 213).
To improve traction and vehicle dynamics, the E 63 4MATIC+ (W 213) has a mechanical rear differential lock.

Optimal traction, including on the racetrack.

To improve traction and vehicle dynamics, the E 63 4MATIC+ has a mechanical rear differential lock and the E 63 S 4MATIC+ has an electronically controlled rear differential lock. Both differentials reduce the slip on the inside wheel when cornering, without control interventions in the braking system. This ensures that the driver is able to accelerate out of corners earlier and with more power thanks to the improved traction. The greatest benefit of the electronic rear-axle limited-slip differential is the even more sensitive and proactive control, which pushes the thresholds higher and makes it even easier to drive at the vehicle’s limits.

Optimal traction, including on the racetrack.

To improve traction and vehicle dynamics, the E 63 4MATIC+ has a mechanical rear differential lock and the E 63 S 4MATIC+ has an electronically controlled rear differential lock. Both differentials reduce the slip on the inside wheel when cornering, without control interventions in the braking system. This ensures that the driver is able to accelerate out of corners earlier and with more power thanks to the improved traction. The greatest benefit of the electronic rear-axle limited-slip differential is the even more sensitive and proactive control, which pushes the thresholds higher and makes it even easier to drive at the vehicle’s limits.

To improve traction and vehicle dynamics, the E 63 4MATIC+ (W 213) has a mechanical rear differential lock.

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