This is the VATH 2010 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG, the latest project of the tuning specialists at VATH and which is based on the new E-Class from Mercedes-Benz. Both visual and performance enhancements were made on the sedan.
The car is powered by the standard engine that has been modified to produce 605 hp and 690 Nm of torque and have a top speed of top speed of 340 km/h and a 0 to 100 km/h sprint time of 4.1 seconds.
For a boost in performance, the car also got special forged pistons, valves, sports cam shafts, big intake and exhaust valves, an improved crank drive, larger cylinder head channels and a remapped ECU.
These modifications cost 19,635 euros. In addition, the tuners gave it an aerodynamics package, which includes a boot spoiler lip (333 euros) and a carbon-diffuser (1,773 euros).
The sportier look is provided by the front bumper, which now holds a carbon front apron suspension (1,416 euros). Lowering the airmatics by about 30 mm (821 euros) resulted to improved road holding.
For its interior, the VATH 2010 Mercedes E63 AMG has a carbon interior set at 2,737 euros and velour floor mats with the embroidered VATH logo for 226 euros. For 5,355 euros, VATH also applied a sports braking system with 390 mm brake discs and with 8 pistons fixed caliper for the front axle.