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the apex predator of dad cars

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The Mercedes-AMG E63 S station wagon is the apex predator of dad cars, and all but inarguably the best wagon you currently can buy in the U.S. Its handcrafted AMG 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 puts out 603 horsepower and 627 lb-ft of torque, and the car accelerates from 0-60 mph in 3.4 seconds. The AMG E 63 S wagon is the ideal car for the parent who wants to transition seamlessly from cargo carriers and school runs to dusting an Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio — and looking like James Bond while doing all of it.

Car enthusiasts revere the Mercedes-AMG E63 S wagon. But most of us will do so from afar: a new one starts at $111,750, making it all but unobtainable for mere mortals. You may never be able to buy a new one. But you can enter to win this Mercedes-AMG E63 S wagon for far less money — and donate to a great cause in the process.

Omaze is auctioning the wagon to benefit International Medical Corps, an organization helping global first responders battle the COVID-19 pandemic. Their multi-pronged approach includes training and capacity building for healthcare providers, deploying medicines, supplies, and protective equipment, setting up screening and triage stations, even assisting with case management and communications.

If winning this rarified Mercedes wagon isn’t enough incentive, Omaze covers the taxes, shipping costs and registration fees. The car also comes with the bonus $20,000 cash — which you could always donate to the International Medical Corps or another charity of your choice.

Is a tire-shredding family transporter not your speed? You could also check out this Tesla-powered vintage Porsche 911 or this electric Gateway Bronco.

Tyler Duffy

Tyler Duffy is Gear Patrol’s Motoring Staff Writer. He used to write about sports for The Big Lead and The Athletic. He has a black belt in toddler wrangling. He’s based outside Detroit.

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