Mercedes AMG E63 S 4Matic+ A Super Sedan; 603 HP, Hearing Safety Protection

Feb 25, 2017 10:44 AM EST | Mark Navarro

2018 Mercedes AMG E63 S 4Matic+ is a super sedan. The E-class sedan is the core of Mercedes, but the AMG version is particularly different from the rest.

According to RoadandTrack, the AMG had a gleaming black Hammer in the paddock at the Autodromo Internacional Algarve at Portimao, Portugal. The Hammer was a reference point for the AMG, symbolizing what the sedan would feel like in the inside and out.

The 2018 E63 S 4Matic is much better equipped at the tracks of Portimao rather than the Hammer. It has a twin-turbo V8, 603 horsepower and 637 lb-ft of torque. Other standard E63 only produces 563 horsepower and 533 lb-ft of torque. The E63 S 4Matic is the most powerful E-class in its 10 generations.

Furthermore, Menshealth writes that aside from its speed capabilities, it is an E-class at core. It means that the AMG has all the technology of a regular Mercedes luxury sedan. It contains the latest semi-autonomous technology, assisted steering, lane-keeping assist, and adaptive cruise control.

Engineers got crafty with one protective performance of the car. Milliseconds before an accident, the car's speakers emit a frequency that tightens a muscle in your inner ear. This prevents hearing damage or hearing loss from sudden bad collisions.

During race mode, the 4Matic all-wheel drive that the car has makes it more feel like a rear-driver. When the front and rear axles engaged with friction on the direction of the car would go, the system corrects and help you get back right on track, preventing the time consuming wheel spinning and tires screeching to happen.

The 2018 Mercedes-AMG E63 is to arrive later this year in the price range of $100,000. Also, Mercedes Benz will bring another version of the car in order to allure the E-Class and AMG price ranges. The 2018 Mercedes AMG E63 S 4 Matic is a super sedan, comfy as a Hammer, 608 horsepower, extra hearing protection during accidents, and also has a 4matic all wheel drive that helps you get right back on track in a race.


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