Costs for the Mercedes-AMG E 53 Coupe and Cabriolet have been declared by the German marque. The 53 costs from £62,835 in car shape with the drop-top costing a further £6,400, while the AMG CLS 53 has been estimated from £74,050.
The new models join the officially affirmed E 53 cantina and domain, where it’s evaluated at £61,835 and £63,835 individually. In every one of its different structures, the 53 replaces the old E 43 as a fast understudy to the all out E 63 and E 63 S models.
The hybridized 3.0-liter straight six motor highlights a couple of turbos: one is a customary unit, the other is an electrically-charged compressor. The electric help, known as EQ Boost in Mercedes-talk, contributes with up to 21bhp and 250Nm from the minute you contact the throttle.
Oil and electric frameworks join for an aggregate of 429bhp and 520Nm – enough to give the E 53 Coupe a 4.4-second 0-62mph time. Both the Cabriolet and CLS variations take one tenth longer, while every one of the three are restricted to a best speed of 155mph.
The new model is accessible with 4MATIC+ four-wheel drive and a nine-speed programmed transmission as it were. The gearbox has been retuned by AMG for speedier moves and highlights the capacity to twofold declutch and play out numerous downshifts, for more prominent driver contribution.
Inside, all AMG 53s get a couple of 12.3-inch show screens (one for driving information, the other for infotainment works), a 360-degree stopping camera and dark Nappa cowhide seats with red difference sewing.
Elsewhere in the world, Mercedes has likewise affirmed another diesel show for the E-Class Saloon and Estate. The E 400 d replaces the active E 350 d, delivering 335bhp and 700Nm – increments of 81bhp and 80Nm individually. It’s sufficient to cut seven tenths from the 0-62mph time – now 4.9 seconds for the cantina and 5.1 seconds for the home, however at 48.7mpg, the guaranteed fuel utilization has endured a little shot. The E 400 d Saloon is evaluated from £52,685, while the Estate orders an extra £2,000.