2010 Mercedes-Benz E 63 AMG Estate (Video) review and pictures

Posted on Wednesday, 14 October 2009 , 13:10:34 byVeronica

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Mercedes-Benz E 63 AMG Estate (Video)

German carmaker Mercedes-Benz developed the top-of-the-line E-Class model, the new E63 AMG Estate. The model is capable of developing 525 horsepower. With this amount of power it enables the car to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.6 seconds and to reach a top speed of 250 km/h. It also offers a maximum luggage compartment capacity of 1950 liters with a relatively low fuel consumption of 12.8 liters/100 km. It features the new AMG RIDE CONTROL sports suspension including an electronically controlled damping system and a new front axle. None of its rival can match this extraordinary combination of performance, utility value and efficiency. The power improvement has been achieved thanks to a whole raft of efficiency-enhancing measures. All the output is being transferred to the wheels through the AMGSPEEDSHIFT MCT 7-speed sports transmission. A newly designed water cooling system ensures maximum endurance even under enormous stresses. The transmission is equipped with 4 drive modes: control efficiency, sport, sport plus and manual. In sport plus and manual modes, the 7-speed sports gearbox allows gearshifts to be performed in 100 milliseconds. The electronically controlled damping system automatically varies the damping characteristics according to the driving situation, reducing the roll angle of the body. In the end we have instant modification to provide the best possible ride control. The side skirts and the rear apron with its black insert also guarantee the striking look of the car. To create a lasting impression on the eye and the ear, the sports exhaust system has two newly designed, chrome-plated twin tailpipes. The newly designed interior of the high-performance estate is an exciting blend of high-grade materials and functional sportiness. The carmaker offers an exclusive package that includes Nappa leather for seat upholstery, top section of the dashboard, beltline, armrests on the doors as well as the center console and door center panel.