See The Facelifted 2021 Mercedes-AMG E63 and E53 Sedan, Estate and Cabrio from every angle!

Mercedes-AMG E 63 S Limousine (Kraftstoffverbrauch kombiniert: 11,6 l/100 km, CO2-Emissionen kombiniert: 267 g/km), 2020, Outdoor, Heckansicht, dynamisch, Exterieur: Hightechsilber metallic // Mercedes-AMG E 63 S Sedan (combined fuel consumption: 11,6 l/100 km, combined CO2 emissions: 267 g/km), 2020, Outdoor, back, dynamic, exterior: Hightechsilver metallic

Car and Comfort are synonymous, and then when we thought that 2020 could do no more good just right then, Mercedes- AMG drops the news of the latest hot E-class models in the house especially the E63 S 4Matic+ leading the line. A car is not just a statement but a profound lifestyle that we choose, and with the new ranging Mercedes AMG E63 and E53, the world shall lift hearing the latest and refined developments and additions to the car. Everything is right here!


Mercedes AMG E63 and E53 are all set to release in 2021 tentatively. The latest revisions of the E-class models changed the face of Mercedes-Benz E-class as previously it did not provide much excitement. Let us now dive deep into the features, design and performance of the cars, shall we?


The primary visual change that strikes the eye is the new exterior designs, and they are more classy and edgier. They involve a new entrance grille, a current rear bumper, and diffuser, as very well as new wheel patterns. The facial area of the new E63 is aero-optimized equipped with the new alloy wheels.

Other than this, the most significant change involves the sedan design, which now incorporates flatter taillights that increase into the boot lid. Usually, the taillights remain unchanged, but this time to match the sedan designs the new changes have been made. The new steering consists of haptic controls. The facelift, equipped with the most recent version of the MBUX infotainment system, can be operated either by a new touchpad, the touchscreen, or the haptic controls on the steering wheel. The Mercedes E63 comes with dynamic engine mounts, and the suspension is up and running with new bushings and damper hydraulics to contribute towards a more relaxed driving experience.

Talking about the 2021 Mercedes E53 then it is edgier with a new ‘Drift mode’. It comes handy with the new carbon-ceramic brakes bundled alongside one another. The suspension is equally tuned to present a more snug journey in its softer settings.