Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG (2012)


Car Barn Sport | Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG (2012) | The AMG SPEED SHIFT MCT 7-speed sports transmission also plays an important role in the number of car consumer copies. The 2012 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG also features an ECO start / stop function, which is actively controlled in terms of efficiency ("C") transmission mode and cut out the eight-cylinder engine when the vehicle stops. The 2012 AMG E63 AMG RIDE CONTROL sports suspension was developed specifically with the Front: The track was extended by 2.2 inches and wheel independent for more negative camber on the front to improve the adhesion performance when included. Other features include steel struts at the front axle and air suspension struts on the rear axle, with a system of automatic level control and an electronic damping control system that automatically selects the damping characteristics depending on driving conditions and reduced roles.

The driver can switch between the three suspension modes of "Comfort", "Sport" and "Sport Plus" at the push of a button. The 2012 Mercedes E63 AMG speed-sensitive with a new electromechanical AMG sports steering wheel with a more direct help from 14.01 clock ET variable power, provided the fit depending on the type of suspension. The new management offers extremely agile handling in the turns while helping to reduce fuel consumption because the electric assist motor system only consumes power when the vehicle is effectively managed. In addition to the system 3-stage ESP ® with Sport mode, the Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG, the AMG high-performance braking system with two-piece front brake discs.

Optimum traction comes courtesy of the new 19-inch AMG wheels with 10 255/35 R19 front and 285/30 R19 rear. Other unique details include AMG styling with a specific design for front and rear and side skirts and AMG AMG sports exhaust with two chromed twin tailpipes. A striking feature of the high quality, exquisitely designed interior of the wheel is new AMG Performance Management in a three-spoke design. The rim of the wheel, as in 2012 CLS63 AMG, is flattened top and bottom to facilitate better control over the vehicle. When the dashboard of the CLS63 AMG, Mercedes E63 AMG, 2012, three-dimensional TFT color display in the center of the speedometer.

Many driver assistance systems to prevent the AMG 2012 Mercedes-Benz E63, traffic accidents or mitigate their severity, such as Active Blind Spot Assist and Lane Keeping Assist is active. Active Blind Spot Assist warns the driver if the short-range radar sensors, must change in order to detect a collision, the vehicle lanes. When driving over broken lane markings, the system controls an electric pulse generator in the steering wheel, the vibrations generated for a short time: a discreet but effective cue immediately. Before the intervention of the brake system, steering wheel vibrates to still give a warning.

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