2021 Mercedes-AMG E63 S Wagon

The 2021 Mercedes E63 S Wagon is getting a few exterior tweaks for the 2021 model year that brings it more in line with the current AMG design language. These tweaks include a new front end with an AMG-specific radiator grille with vertical slats, flatter LED multibeam headlights, wider, flared wheel arches, and a rounded-fit hood with twin power domes. The front bumper has also been reshaped with the brand's signature jet-wing design for cooling and reduction in lift. 

The rear of the car has a flatter set of taillights that extend into the trunk lid and the lift gate's spoiler lip can now be finished to match the body color of the car or swapped out for carbon fiber. Additional details include a reshaped aerodynamic rear bumper, an optional high-gloss black or carbon fiber trim strip option, aerodynamic wheel options, Nappa leather interior options, an MBUX infotainment system with touchscreen and touchpad, and a new AMG Performance steering wheel with a twin-spoke design. 


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