The all-new Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe has stolen the spotlight these days. But it’s not all about its sexy design and frugal 2.0-liter diesel. How about a hotter Mercedes-AMG E 63 Coupe variant?
Russian designer X-Tomi is quick to address the matter giving us a world-first glimpse on how would a top-of-the-line fully-fledged sports E 63 variant could look like. And it’s not bad. Not bad at all, we would say.
As expected, the Mercedes-AMG E 63 Coupe rendering is the result of grafting the now ubiquitous Mercedes-AMG E 63 cues such as the wide gaping front air intake, aprons, black alloys and the mesh-grille on the regular body. This is exactly what Mercedes-AMG specialists are having in mind for their own official version anyway so, after all, X-Tomi’s take might be closer than you think to the real deal.
Specifications remain secret, but we can easily speculate about what might be hiding under the ball dress. Although not yet officially confirmed, the Mercedes-AMG E 63 Coupe will sport the brand new 4.0-litre V8 bi-turbo lifted straight from the E 63 four-door brother. In two flavours, of course, the 571 HP entry-level version (if we can call it that away given its on-board arsenal) and the 612 HP range-topper in the shape of the GLC 63 AMG S.
Commercial debut for the regular E-Class Coupe is slated for next March with the unveiling of the new Mercedes-AMG E 63 Coupe expected to take place sometimes next year too.
Photo credits: X-Tomi Design