Mercedes has officially presented the new Mercedes-AMG S 63 E Performance with AMG Hybrid technology. The new E-Performance model combines the AMG 4.0-litre V8 biturbo engine with the AMG-specific hybrid drive and a new version of the AMG high-performance battery (HPB).
In addition, the new HPB 150 is based on the powerful and directly cooled battery cells of the HPB 80, the energy content has been increased from 6.1 kWh in the HPB 80 to 13.1 kWh in the HPB 150, thereby increasing the electric range to 33 km.
The 4.0 liter V8 biturbo engine produces a maximum power output of 802 hp and 1430 Nm of torque. Acceleration from 0-100 km/h is achieved in 3.3 seconds and the top speed is set at an optional 290 km/h, underscoring the dynamic driving performance. In addition, the new model is equipped as standard with systems such as AMG Ride Control + suspension, AMG Active Ride Control roll stabilization and rear-axle steering, which ensure a wide spread between driving dynamics and comfort.
The new S63 AMG has a 190 hp electric motor positioned on the rear axle, the motor is integrated with an electrically shifted two-speed gearbox and the electronically controlled rear axle locking differential into a compact electric drive unit (EDU).
Exterior of the new S 63 AMG AMG-specific radiator grille with vertical slats and, for the first time in an S-Class sedan, a large central star, front apron in jet-wing design with large side air inlets and air curtains, double flute tailpipes, wide diffuser with longitudinal fins and 21-inch AMG forged wheels.
The interior of the S-Class AMG Sedan has seats with special AMG upholstery graphics, exclusive colors and various nappa leather upholstery with embossed AMG emblem, AMG performance steering wheel in double-spoke design and MBUX infotainment system with various displays and functions.
Mercedes-AMG S63 E-Performance
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