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2022 Mercedes-AMG C53 spy shots: C43’s replacement spotted

Mercedes-Benz is working on a redesign for its C-Class and once again the nameplate will offer high-performance versions developed by Mercedes-AMG.

This time around a C53 will fill in for the current C43 while a C63 will continue to sit at the top of the range.

Our latest spy shots show a prototype for the new C53. It should debut in 2021 as a 2022 model. The regular C-Class is due around the same time while the new C63 should arrive six months to a year further out.

2022 Mercedes-AMG C53 spy shots – Photo credit: S. Baldauf/SB-Medien

We know this is the C53 because of the four round exhaust tips at the rear, the Panamericana grille up front, and the large, cross-drilled brake rotors at the front axle. Prototypes for the new C63 have a more aggressive front fascia, square-shaped exhaust tips, and better brakes, possibly even carbon-ceramic rotors.

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The Lexus ES: History, Generations, Specifications

Lexus ES Essential History

Toyota, Lexus’ parent company, had concerns about launching a new brand with just one high-priced car, so it created the ES to give dealers a better shot at clinching sales. The front-wheel-drive ES was based on the Japanese-market Toyota Soarer, a car that shared pretty much everything but body panels with a certain volume-selling family sedan. Our sister publication MotorTrend dubbed the 1990 Lexus ES 250 as the “country club Camry,” a reputation the ES would spend the next 30 years trying to shake off.

The first-generation Lexus ES 250 shared its 156-horsepower, 2.5-liter 24-valve V-6 with the Camry, and amazingly it could be had with a five-speed manual transmission. Reviews were lukewarm; the interior was built to the same high standards as the LS, but most critics saw it as too Camry-like, though sales were quite good.

The second-generation ES of 1992 was an attempt

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