The new 2019 Mercedes-AMG E53 Coupe is a car not to miss. The six-cylinder engine makes a
triumphant return to the brands AMG Superstars. The new E53 makes a comeback with
the body of the coupe, The E-Class’s classic coupe proportions are unchanged: there are no
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With an already striking exterior, the performance of this Mercedes has made no shortcut, presenting a powerful interior package. There’s 320kW available at 6100 rpm and 520Nm over a wide rev range from 1800 to 5800 rpm. The 3.0-litre straight six is turbocharged (a traditional exhaust drove turbine) and backed up by an electric auxiliary compressor ensuring optimum response even from just above idle where a gas turbine might still we waiting to spool up. The Coupe has also differed from its more classic counterparts with Mercedes in-house nine-speed torque converter automatic, as opposed the multi-clutch auto of E63 cars With a powerful performance, you would undoubtedly think that this car is loud, but in reality the Mercedes in eerily silent, with little to no vibration due to its engine stop-start system. Although if you want to hear the power of the exhaust you absolutely can, It’s bimodal, so you can turn up the volume when you like, and the new inline six lets out a thoroughly enjoyable roar, but it is also more socially acceptable.
Everything combined and running at its peak will allow a 4.4-second 0-100 km/h sprint. With controlled steering and suspension, the AMG makes short work of sharp little bumps, making it a consummate touring car. Moreover, on the safety front, Mercedes promotes the stability control, and Driver Assistance Package Plus, Benz-speak for a network of systems like active lane keeping, traffic-sign monitoring, radar cruise control and more, for a hint of convincingly accurate semi-autonomous capability in certain situations.