Today, dear Arabs GT followers, we will present a leaked image of the upcoming 2021 Mercedes E63 AMG, which is competing against BMW M5, Audi RS5, and Cadillac CT6-V.
Before talking about this leaked photo on the Internet, we would like to remind you that the current year 2020 would witness the launch of a number of 2021 cars, including some very popular models, such as Cadillac Escalade 2021, Mercedes S Class 2021, BMW M3 2021, BMW M4, and the updated Mercedes S-Class 2021.
The first picture of the high-performance version of Mercedes E-Class 2021 was posted on “cochespias” account on Instagram.
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In the picture, we see the rear bumper of the sporty performance mid-size luxury sedan and we can clearly notice the redesigned rear lights, the chrome accents, and the 4 exhaust tips. We can also see a rear air diffuser and an integrated spoiler. Of course, the image quality is low, as it is a leaked image without any disguise.
A set of photos of the upcoming new Mercedes E Class 2021 was also published online with little camouflage. They show the design updates of the new E-class, which is considered one of the most important cars Mercedes line up for 2021.
Obviously, the E-Class 2021 got updated lights, front and rear bumper, and front grille, and the upcoming car will also be available with new rims
the interior of the Mercedes E-Class 2021 updates include a renewed steering wheel and MBUX entertainment system.
Away from the leaked image of the Mercedes E63 AMG 2021, and the upcoming E-Class 2021, these cars are likely to come with these options of engines:
- A two-liter 4-cylinder mild hybrid with a 48-volt battery that generates 268 hp.
- A 3-liter 6-cylinder mild hybrid with a 48-volt that generates 362 horsepower.
As for the new E63 AMG, it will definitely depend on a twin-turbo 4-liter V8