Mercedes-AMG S63 – Very luxurious and fine taste
Let’s talk about the interior first. The Mercedes-AMG S63 cabriolet is very luxurious inside, that’s not a surprise. What would you care about the luxurious interior of a sport car? Let’s be really simple and to the point about it: It’s an S class model. You are going to be sitting in front of high quality materials, with nappa leather, alloy and carbon fiber and the very precise German inch-to-inch building quality.
There are two digital displays, and four air vents in the central spot and one in the right edge and the left edge of the panel, the steering wheel is smaller and sporty. There isn’t much room for a person in the backseat, but the fun experience is in the front, usually there isn’t going to be more than two people riding the AMG S63, so why bother. The sports seats have electrical adjustment, seat heating, even on the armrests, and memory options.
On the exterior, there is one AMG badge between the two blades radiator grill with the big Mercedes Benz logo in the middle.If you can see the S63’s with the AMG badge behind you, go to the slower lane, unless you are driving an Audi RS model, a BMW Motorsport model or a much faster car. There are also two large air intakes and a well designed “A ” wing. The model has 4 LED headlights, and as an option you can put 42 crystals on it.
The Mercedes-AMG 63 Cabriolet sits on 20-inch AMG forged light-alloy wheels as standard, and painted in matt black as one option. In the back there are four polished silver exhaust tips with an electronic configuration to give you a huge growl or a smooth sound to your ears while cruising. This car is 16 feet long and weighs 4651 pounds, but you won’t feel it slow and struggling to move despite all this weight and size.
How fast does the Mercedes-AMG S63 cabriolet go?
The German S class machine goes from 0 to 60 in mere 3.9 seconds and hits the top speed at 186 mph (given the fact that it already hits 155 mph as standard) thanks to the 5.5-litre V8 bi-turbo engine that delivers 585 PS and 900Nm of torque. The AMG S63 is 4Matic is all-wheel drive(US and Europe) and rear-wheel drive(UK). With a lot more technology on board, the car makers at Mercedes-AMG have built a cabriolet version after 48 years of history. This is the first time the AMG S63 comes in cabriolet form — made for those who would love to drive feeling the fresh air going faster and faster as you hit the throttle, hearing the sound of a German V8. Don’t forget that they will make a V12 version of it. Until then you can drop £135,675 on the V8, and later at least £192,000 on the V12.