• Oct 22, 2008
A covered up E63 AMG Wagon has been caught doing the rounds on public roads before we see it in showrooms some time next year. It looks like the potential ungainliness of the new E-Class could be gracefully smoothed out by the longer lines of the wagon. Of course, even if it is still ungainly, you'll get 85 extra horsepower over the current model, which should let you get away from gawkers with increased alacrity. That also means the baby on board might need a G-suit. The "Duplo" rear lights are probably mule-only fitments, but they'd be pretty cool if they were wrapped in polished housings.
[Source: Global Motors]


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      • 6 Years Ago
      Someone's got to be very inexperienced in spy shots and mule cars to say that these tail lights will make it to production.
        • 6 Years Ago
        Seriously. That's just embarrassing.
        • 6 Years Ago
        Did I miss something? The article states "it has temporary duplo style lights on the rear."

        And this is now my new dream car. Nothing like giving all 5 kids an early appreciation of smoking rub. I'm only a sleazy loan away from owning one...
      • 6 Years Ago
      I own a W210 E320 wagon right now, and love every minute of driving it. Did I want the E55 version from that same year? Sure I did, but they weren't available in the States.

      I think these E-class estates look gorgeous, and would love to get another one when my craps out in ten more years. Maybe I'll start saving my shiny pennies to buy one of these bad boys.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Sweet. I love me a bad-ass wagon. I hope they give it the rear-facing third row seat again.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I think I've said this before (pls excuse me if I did), but why does it remind me of the Magnum? I know, it's got the camo-shell on it, but why was the Magnum deemed such a bad idea when too many other auto makers are trying to release powerful (RWD, AWD) wagon versions of their mid- & full-size cars.

      I see more of them around (probably replaced larger SUVs) these days and seem to make so much sense of the consumer that likes sedans, needs more space, but doesn't want a truck or SUV.