Mercedes-AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+ Final Edition Is A Fair Goodbye To The V8 Engine

A Fair Goodbye To The V8 Engine

Mercedes-AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+ Final Edition

/ May 31, 2022 / 128 Views

The Final Edition of the Mercedes-AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+ will be limited to 999 units

The V8 era in Mercedes-AMG is closing to an end. Fortunately or unfortunately, that depends on the personal views you might have on the matter. However, downsizing, eco-friendly engines, and ultimately, electrification, are coming, and there’s no changing it. In turn, Mercedes-AMG is releasing an extensively equipped special model E 63 S 4MATIC+ Final Edition to mark the end of the V8 era, giving the car another final hoorah, ensuring it’s sent off the way it deserves.

The vehicle comes with a 4.0-litre V8 biturbo engine and fully variable all-wheel drive including Drift Mode, ensuring loads of fun can be had with this vehicle. It is available in both sedan and wagon forms, something family people will definitely love on the autobahns. Power levels will remain unchanged when compared to the standard E63 S 4-Matic+, meaning 603 horsepower and 850Nm (627lb-ft) of torque can be used to propel it down the road and on the track.

Since this will be the last V8-powered E-Class AMG, this is destined to be a collector’s item from the start. The Final Edition is exclusively available in a gorgeous Matte Graphite Gray Magno exterior finish. It features 20-unch AMG forged wheels with a cross-spoke design, fitting the large high-performance business saloon perfectly. The wheels come with a Gloss Black finish with a Gloss Tined Clearcoat finish, emphasizing the limited edition nature of this vehicle. The same can be said about the Mercedes-AMG emblems on the C-pillars and above the fenders.

Furthermore, the vehicle comes with an AMG Night Package, delivering numerous exterior elements in a high-gloss black finish. These include the front splitter of the AMG front apron, the inserts of the AMG side sill panels, the trim element in the front wings, the beltline trim strips and window surrounds, the outside mirror housings, and the trim strip of the AMG rear apron. Also included in the package is heat-insulating dark-tinted glass from the B-pillar. Two trapezoidal, black chrome twin tailpipe trims form the matching finish at the rear. Carbon Packages I and II can be ordered as options.

The ambient lighting projects the AMG brand logo in LED technology next to the open side doors. This not only appeals to the emotions but also stages an attractive highlight in dark surroundings. In addition, getting in and out is also more comfortable and safer with the extra light.

The one-off character continues inside. The AMG Performance Seat Package High-End leaves nothing to be desired. With the AMG Performance seats, it offers perfect lateral support for dynamic driving maneuvers – combined with aesthetics and comfort: all seat positions, including the seat cushions, can be electrically adjusted to perfectly suit the driver’s physique. The integrated seat heating ensures a comfortable driving experience as quickly as possible, even in cool temperatures. And the upholstery in fine AMG Nappa leather titanium grey pearl/black with yellow contrasting stitching emphasizes the sporty character. The instrument panel and beltline trim in high-quality Nappa leather lend the interior even more exclusivity.

In the driver position, the AMG Performance steering wheel in a gorgeous Black Nappa Leather and Microfiber DINAMIC offers impressive grip, ensuring precise steering. Add the yellow contrasting stitching that matches the color of the upholstery, and the interior falls into place nicely. For AMG fans, the flattened shape characteristics of AMG are derived from motorsport, reinforcing the sportiness of the cockpit. Truly a masterpiece of interior design,

You can grab a more detailed look at the Mercedes-AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+ Final Edition in wallpaper sized images right below.

Been in the automotive industry ever since he got out of high-school. Loves 911's, hates electric-car talk and enjoys racing events. Too tall to drive almost any supercar, but that doesn't stop him from bashing out people that do. Follows the aftermarket tuning industry in depth. Loves to spend time at BMW Welt. Enjoys too much coffee.
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