Mercedes-AMG S63 2021: First Details & Photos

With the new generation of the Mercedes S-Class already presented, now the wait is focused on one of the sportier versions, the AMG S63 4MATIC. Mercedes-AMG specialists are working on a powerful electrified V8 engine with EQ Power technology, which will put the saloon at a level difficult to beat.

In just over a year, Mercedes will present the new generation of the sports version, the ” AMG S63 4MATIC “, also becoming the first manufacturer to have a high-performance luxury sedan plug-in hybrid.

The flagship will also receive a special aesthetic tune-up, mounting the Pan-American grille on the front, an element that will give the S-Class a much more special image. A more generously sized front apron design of the air intakes are also reflected in this recreation, as well as the typical AMG large black painted multi-spoke alloy wheels. At the back, it will have the characteristic four round exhausts.

As you can see, the commercial name of the model changes, giving a twist to electrification with “EQ Power +” technology. To the brand of the star, the terms are shortened. In two and a half years of development of the base model, we have not come across any prototypes of this version, so we hope to see them shortly, considering that we expect their debut in late 2021.

Mercedes-AMG S63 2021

Mercedes-AMG S63 2021 Engine

The German brand will mount the powerful 4.0-liter V8 Biturbo gasoline engine, although with a starter motor and integrated 4008 Volt generator. This new engine will reach a maximum power of 612 hp, and add another 136 hp from an electric motor placed on the rear axle.

In this way, you will have a 4MATIC all-wheel drive only on-demand and with a total that will exceed 700 hp of maximum power. Figures and specifications that we will see increased to 816 hp at the end of the year in the also new AMG GT 73e 4MATIC and in the AMG S 73e, thanks to a 204 hp electric motor. The more powerful S-Class will also feature a lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 17 kWh net, a figure for a range in electric mode of 50 kilometers.

Elenor Kling

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