Mercedes-AMG is fluctuating a product range with a further of 3 new models and during a same time introducing a new indication designation: a 53-series models of a CLS, E-Class Coupé and E-Class Cabriolet.
At their heart lies a new, electrified in-line 3.0-litre engine featuring twin-turbocharging producing 435 hp.
Its EQ Boost starter-alternator momentarily provides an additional 16 kW of outlay and 184 lb/ft of torque and similarly feeds a 48-volt on-board electrical system. Other technical highlights embody a AMG SPEEDSHIFT TCT 9G delivery and a entirely non-static all-wheel expostulate complement AMG Performance 4MATIC+.
Distinguishing facilities that are common to a 3 new 53-series models contain a twin-blade radiator grille, a front apron in A-wing design, a AMG-specific side sill panels, a back apron with diffuser insert and a turn empty tailpipe trim elements in high-gloss chrome.
The EQ Boost starter-alternator is a pivotal member of a 48-volt complement and not usually serves as an alternator, though is also obliged for hybrid functions. This allows fuel assets that were formerly indifferent for high-voltage hybrid technology. For a initial time, a EQ Boost starter-alternator is also obliged for idle speed control.
The hybrid functions embody boost with 16 kW of outlay and 250 Nm of torque, recuperation, changeable of a bucket point, gliding mode and a probably inaudible restarting of a engine with a start/stop function.
The touch-sensitive Touch Control buttons on a steering circle respond to swiping movements.
They capacitate a motorist to control a whole infotainment complement but carrying to take his/her hands off a steering wheel.
Power is eliminated to a highway by a entirely non-static AMG Performance 4MATIC+ all-wheel drive, that also comes as standard.
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