It also impresses inside thanks to its “great seats” and “top notch build quality,” says Auto Express, which adds the E63 also has lots of room in the cabin and enough space for three occupants in the back.
Incredibly (or bizarrely, depending on your point of view), Mercedes-AMG makes it possible to drift the E thanks to fully variable torque distribution. This can be activated in the “Race” drive program using the shift paddles, provided that ESP is deactivated and the transmission is in manual mode.
That said, we have a mystery on our hands, because this is clearly a 2018 Mercedes-AMG S63, fitted with the “hot-vee” mill from the E63 in “S” specification, but with a double-M emblem embossed on the arm rest.
Until we figure it out, you should be reminded that the refreshed S63 is expected to come with 612 hp and at least 850 Nm (627 lb-ft) of torque from the twin-turbocharged, 4.0-liter V8 that also powers the E63 S. A tad higher torque might be involved, though.