2015 Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG Coupe Review, Price and Release – Welcome to Neocarsuv.Com, we will provide the latest information about the Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG Coupe Redesign. 2015 Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG Coupe is one brand new car from Mercedes-Benz that will be release in 2014. We will also review about the price, interior, exterior and engine of the 2015 Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG Coupe.
The new Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG Coupé is the latest dream car to augment the Mercedes-AMG model range. Exciting lines underpin this two-door model’s design. Dominance and sensual purity combine to lend the vehicle irresistible presence and effortlessly superior sportiness. Equally impressive is the combination of high driving dynamics, ambitious lightweight construction and groundbreaking efficiency. As the most powerful member of the BlueDIRECT engine family, the AMG 5.5-litre V8 biturbo engine is a paragon of poise and assurance. Boasting an output of 430 kW (585 hp) and 900 Nm of torque, the S63 AMG Coupé delivers exceptional performance with remarkably low fuel consumption. Performance-oriented AMG 4MATIC all-wheel drive is available as an option. And there is a world first in the shape of the curve tilting function, part of the MAGIC BODY CONTROL suspension system, to further enhance both driving pleasure and comfort.
Tobias Moers, Chairman of the Board of Management of Mercedes-AMG GmbH: “The new S63 AMG Coupé is another exciting AMG dream car in the luxury segment. Now the S-Class Coupé also comes with the option of performance-oriented AMG 4MATIC all-wheel drive – as we rigorously pursue our all-wheel-drive initiative. Mercedes-AMG is putting the pedal to the metal again in the new year. Our model initiative is set to continue at blistering pace in 2014.”
Sales of the 4MATIC variant commence in April, with the rear-wheel-drive variant following in July. The market launch of both models starts in September 2014. Pricing is not yet available for the S63 AMG.
The Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG Coupé also boasts exciting looks to emphasise its sporty performance: it exudes dominance and hallmark Mercedes-Benz sensual purity. The design is a stage for the exciting technology at the heart of the new dream car. Numerous filigree aerodynamic elements underline the outstanding driving dynamics: the front end is dominated by the three-dimensional AMG “twin-blade” radiator grille in silver chrome. Whether the car is moving or not, distinctive AMG lettering on the side between the louvres leaves no doubt: this is a high-performance model from Affalterbach. The A-wing is located below the radiator grille. This three-dimensional air-ducting element is painted in the body colour, spans the entire width of the front apron and displays the stylised “A” that is a hallmark of AMG vehicles. Large, black flics surround the outer cooling air intakes. Down below, the front splitter in silver chrome optimises the flow of air to the cooling modules. This design feature, which is a familiar sight in motorsport, also reduces front-axle lift and optimises the vehicle’s aerodynamic balance.
All of the cooling air grilles exude high quality with their high-gloss-black paint finish. Keeping the A-wing and front splitter separate makes the car appear closer to the road. A similar effect is created by the AMG side sill panels with their high-quality, three-dimensional inserts in silver chrome. Together with the lower feature line, these inserts make the S63 AMG Coupé exude dynamism even when it is at a standstill. Further eye-catching features of the side design include the large AMG forged wheels. “V8 BITURBO” lettering in a new, contemporary typography on the front wings is another hallmark AMG design touch.
At the rear, the diffuser insert in high-gloss black also catches the eye straight away. The lower trim element in silver chrome is reminiscent of the A-wing at the front and provides an effective contrast. The two chromed twin tailpipes of the AMG sports exhaust system with sports flaps are perfectly integrated into the diffuser insert. Stylised, vertical air outlets in the rear apron assume the role of a defined spoiler lip and optimise aerodynamics. The “S63 AMG” model designation in a new, contemporary typography below the tail lamps adds the perfect finishing touch to the rear-end design.
The S-Class Coupe was sexy when we first saw it, but the new S63 AMG is a certified stunner with all of the AMG goodies bolted to the swoopy body. As if the new-for-2015 S-Class Coupe’s stare wasn’t menacing enough, the AMG model adds in a sexy 3D AMG twin-blade grille in Silver Shadow with an AMG badge between the twin blades. For added airflow to the radiator, AMG added in an A-wing under the grille and black flics around the outer air intakes. Continuing downward, you’ll find a splitter that not only helps in cooling, but also reduces lift on the front axle, helping keep the front tires glued to the road.
Down the sides, a set of AMG side sills appear to push the S-Class closer to the ground, and they feature Silver Shadow inserts for a little extra style. Combine these stunning sills with the rising lower body line, and the S63 AMG looks fast as hell sitting in a parking space.
Head to the backside, and you’re get and eye-full of the awesome, gloss-black insert that wraps around two dual-exit, trapezoid-shaped exhaust exits and trimmed in a line of chrome. Flanking this insert and exhale ports are a pair of vertical slits that allow air to escape out of the back end, and helping reduce lift on the rear axle.
Opening the door reveals the beguilingly luxurious interior of the S63 AMG Coupé: the instrument panel almost seamlessly transitions into the doors in a wrap-around design. High-quality materials and fine workmanship are combined with a sporty, exclusive design idiom. The newly developed AMG sports seats with electrical adjustment, Memory function and seat heating offer the driver and front passenger optimum lateral support. Fine nappa leather in AMG V8 design with piping and AMG badges on all four seat backrests together with the embossed AMG emblem on the armrest of the front centre console create an exquisite atmosphere on board.
The new three-spoke AMG sports steering wheel with its distinctively contoured rim and perforated leather in the grip area allows perfect vehicle control. There is an AMG logo in the lower metal insert. New aluminium shift paddles shorten the reaction time when changing gear and enhance dynamism. Another feature displaying the hallmark AMG look is the high-resolution TFT colour display as an AMG instrument cluster with two animated round dials. In addition to the specific lettering and the needles in red/silver, further distinctive design features include the AMG start-up display, the AMG logo in the speedometer with 330 km/h scale (left) and the “V8 BITURBO” lettering in the rev counter (right).
The new, innovative touchpad, fitted as standard, makes it significantly easier to operate the radio, telephone and navigation system. The safety and assistance systems are the same as those for the S 500 4MATIC Coupé.
The S63 AMG Coupe features a 5.5-liter, twin-turbo V-8. Unlike the CL’s 6.3-liter, the S63 AMG Coupe wallops the pavement with 577 horsepower and 664 pound-feet of twist — a 41-horsepower and 74-pound-feet bump over the CL63. These eight cylinders of fury connect to an AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT seven-speed trans that features three modes Controlled Efficiency (“C”), Sport (“S”) and Manual (“M”).
The engine and transmission connect to AMG’s 4MATIC all-wheel drive, which delivers 67 percent of its power to the rear wheels. This gives the S63 AMG rear-wheel-drive dynamics with the added grip of all-wheel drive to launch the coupe off the line. This setup helps the S63 AMG Coupe hit 60 mph in just 3.9 seconds — an astounding 0.5 seconds faster than the CL63 AMG — and top out at 189 mph.
On top of all of the added performance, the S63 AMG Coupe still gets better gas mileage than the CL63 AMG that it replaces. Unfortunately, Mercedes did not reveal its actual mpg.