In terms of looks, the AMG E-Class still maintains a pretty sleeper look with a few visual enhancements here and there, like wider front air intakes and a black rear spoiler for the sedan.
Mercedes would rather let the performance speak for themselves. The AMG E-Class lineup includes the E53 Coupe or Cabriolet which is powered by a 3.0-litre inline-6 which produces 435 PS, or the more powerful E63 S Sedan or Estate which is powered by a 4.0-litre V8 producing 612 PS.
If you happened to be interested in getting one, well good news! If you’re in Germany that is. Prices have been announced for these four AMG models which begins at 82,284.60 euros (RM 397,677.05) for the E53 4MATIC+ Coupe all the way to 124,798.40 euros (RM 603,143.95) for the E63 S 4MATIC+ Estate. Granted, these prices can't be directly compared due to different tax laws in each country.
If you are interested in getting one here in Malaysia though, there is a slim chance that the AMG E-Class will be brought over officially. Mercedes-Benz Malaysia has yet to announce the 2020 facelift E-Class and it was only last year in 2019, did the pre-facelift E-Class got an update.
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2021 Mercedes-Benz AMG E-Class E63S 4Matic+
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