Volker Mornhinweg, who is AMG performance division chief at Mercedes-Benz, offers a seven step procedure to those who are looking to make the most of their new 2010 E63 AMG models.
- Depress brake pedal completely
- Shifting transmission to D
- Switching electric program for sport mode
- Switching to race-start mode with transmission
- Clicking upshift paddle
- Completely depressing accelerator pedal and releasing brakes are these seven steps that Volker explains.
The high-end E63 AMG is set to make its debut at the New York auto show and it is expected to arrive in November, after the launches of the 2010 E-class sedan and coupe. The classic E63 has loads of such features as are not less than a real shocker and make it a nice alternative Audi’s S model and BMW’s M sedans.
The 2010 model will feature restyled sheemtal with suspension, powertrain, interior and many other safety equipment improvements. The E63 has E-class like styling with side skirts and wider fenders. When it comes to interiors, it has sport seats with four-stroke AMG steering wheel with console mounted center shift and paddles.
It houses the same 6.3-liter V8 that have already seen in the previous version, but some improvements have been made which enhance horsepower by 11 to 518hp but the same 465 lb-ft torque.