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In the past days, we have been swamped with reports from the upper battlefield of the German Power War. Whereas the BMW M5 and the Audi RS6 are now seeing their end of days (the present models are going out of production), Mercedes-Benz’ E 63 AMG, which was launched early last year, is about to be given extra comfort enhancements. The dashboard’s upper section of the 525 hp car now has an ARTICO leather finish and the same material is currently used for the door beltlines. On top of that, black piano lacquer trimming adorns the center console which surrounds the AMG Drive Unit. Best of all, these features come with no extra cost.
Now if you intend to spend your money on some fresh, feel-good features, you can sit back and relax because Mercedes-Benz has a lot of great stuff in store for you. In accordance with the optional design extended leather appointments II range, the dashboard’s lower section, the lid of the glove compartment, the door linings including the map pockets and the side upholstery of the center console are likewise finished in special nappa leather. However, this optional upgrade will cost you EUR 4,700. Also, this option is only offered in concurrence with the extended design leather appointments wherein the dashboard’s upper section and the door’s upper linings are finished in design black leather which costs EUR 2,856.