Leading luxury and performance carmaker Mercedes-Benz India has
launched the Mercedes-AMG S 63 Coupé for a price of Rs 2.55 crore (ex-showroom).
The two-door Coupé is powered by 4.0L V8 biturbo engine with twin-scroll
turbochargers. The car was launched by Michael Jopp, VP Sales and Marketing,
Mercedes-Benz India. This is the company's seventh launch in the Indian market
within the first six months of 2018.
The new Mercedes-AMG S 63 Coupé gets a new 4.0L engine that replaces the 5.5L engine found in the previous models. Despite the reduction in size the new engine produces 603.46hp, which is about 28hp more than the outgoing model while retaining the same torque output of 900Nm. This enables the car to accelerate from 0 to 100kmph in 3.5 seconds while the top speed has been electronically limited to 300kmph with the AMG Driver's Package. The engine has been mated to an AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT 9G transmission.
The exterior of the car has not received a major overhaul but does get a few tasteful changes in the form of a new Panamericana radiator grille at the front and redesigned headlamps. The car stands on 20-inch alloy wheels which come as standard and customers can opt for carbon ceramic disc brakes. The rear of the coupé gets OLED tail-lamps. Additionally the car gets a host of features like AMG Cylinder Management, speed sensitive steering, suspension with variable damper control, radar based driving assistance and driving modes including Comfort, Sport, Sport+ and Individual.
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