Video of Mercedes S63 AMG spotted long time ago.This V8 has 518 bhp and accelerates in 0-100 kmh / 0-62 mph in 4.6 seconds...Here is a short review of this car ..
It's the head shot of the silver 1955 Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing you notice first, its doors reaching for the heavens and its timelessness staring you in the face. Like Brad Pitt doing his stuff for Levi's, it's the exploitation of the classically handsome for the advancement of rudimentary commerce, a celebrity endorsement for the 2008 Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG.
This car is about more than a mere Monroney pricing label with a lot of zeroes at the end. It's as artistic a window sticker as you'll ever see, a document that speaks of speed, heritage and the justification for a 518-horsepower automobile that costs $135,235.
And you do want an S63. It's not the best car in the world, but it's close. Finding flaw with this super sedan is like telling Francis Ford Coppola how he screwed up The Godfather. "Well, Mr. Coppola, I think you could have made it funnier, particularly that scene when Michael shoots the police captain in the face. Felt kinda dark."
To put it in simple terms: S-Class, nice; S-Class with AMG engine, nicer.
But there's still some controversy as to the size of this big engine, designed and built at Mercedes AMG. The car's window sticker as well as its fender badges read 6.3 liters. It's supposed to make you think of the famous Mercedes V8 of the 1960s.
Yeah, and Al Gore rides private jets for the greater good of the environment.
The car's 518-hp, double-overhead-cam, all-aluminum V8 actually displaces 6,208cc. That's 6.2 liters by anybody's measure except Mercedes. But then again, Mercedes also says the S63 AMG accelerates from zero to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds.
At our test track, this big, black behemoth sprinted from zero to 60 mph in 5.2 seconds. If you're disappointed, you've never experienced zero to 60 mph in 5.2 seconds. This car is fast. Blisteringly so. And it's nearly a full second quicker than your Uncle Leo's S550.
Just don't pick any fights with the supercharged BMW B7 Alpina, which hits 60 mph in 5 seconds flat, or the twin-turbocharged S65 AMG V12, which rules the class with a 4.4-second performance.
Those cars also outrun the S63 through the quarter-mile, but we wouldn't sweat it. Unless you're planning to visit the Beverly Hills Drag Strip and Plastic Surgery Center, the S63's 13.4-second run at 107.8 mph is more than quick enough to take care of most of your needs.
As the World Turns
Right now you're wondering if you can score a discount on your girlfriend's liposuction if you spend your weekend racing the S63 AMG in Trophy Stock.
First of all, there's no way anyone who can afford a $135,000 S63 AMG has a girlfriend who actually needs liposuction. Just doesn't happen. So stop being ridiculous.
On our skid pad the S63 generated 0.85g of grip, and it snaked through our slalom at 63.1 mph. That's awesome agility for a car of this size, but it's still behind the 0.90g and 66.3-mph performance of the heavier S65. And it's much slower than the 68.6-mph slalom run posted by the BMW B7 Alpina.
Yeah, we were surprised, too. The S65 uses the same active body control system, the same air suspension, and the same wheels and tires as the S63, but it obviously changes direction better.
In the real world amongst the common folk and the minivans, the S63's abilities are staggering. Tossing it around is to defy the laws of physics. Nothing this big and heavy should have this kind of athleticism or supply this level of entertainment. It does not leave you wanting more.
It also matches the S65 feature for feature. Ever smoke a kid in a 350Z while simultaneously utilizing your active ventilated seat, night-vision display and hands-free communication system with voice control? It's fun.
Fast and Thirsty
But it's not for the weak of wallet. Or conscience.
We averaged 13 mpg during our two weeks with the S63, which is rated at 11 city and 17 highway by the EPA. But don't feel too bad; you already paid your $3,000 gas-guzzler tax, so guzzle. Not to mention, you just bought your wife a Cadillac Escalade Hybrid. Life's too short for guilt.
And the S63 is pure hedonism. From its IWC clock to its buttery suede headliner, to its glossy hand-polished walnut burl trim, to its 20-inch alloy wheels, this car is about reward. Self reward. It's a treat. And it's a perfect example of getting what you pay for.
Just look at its monster front brakes. Each measures 15.4 inches in diameter and is over an inch thick. They're cross-drilled for cooling and wear massive calipers that are finished smooth, wear the AMG logo and cover more than a third of the rotor's surface area. Somebody get the Guggenheim on the phone. These brakes are mechanical works of art that haul the S63 down from 60 mph in a scant 118 feet.
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Once inside, it's the only car you could ever imagine driving.
It's the best of all worlds with a comfortable ride, quality construction, amenities, and drives like a sport coupe. Its no wonder this car has become the symbol for success and the car of choice for doctors, lawyers, and professionals alike.
Performance is nothing short of spectacular.
It has plenty of room on the throttle for exhilarating acceleration. Under the hood is an AMG tuned naturally aspirated 518-hp V8. All this power is transferred to a sport tuned seven-speed automatic transmission for firm quick shifting. One of the most noticeable features while driving this Mercedes is the Airmatic suspension. A technical array of sensors and an air bellow system distributes the weight of the S63 for continual balance. It will inflate and reduce body lean up to 40% under lateral body weight transfer. You can also set the height and firmness of the suspension at the push of a button. The overall ride is comfortable and what you'd expect from a high-end sedan, but with the cornering ability of a car much smaller. Navigating is intuitive with a highly responsive chassis. This athletic Mercedes Benz S63 is fast and drives like a sport coupe.
Inside is a spacious cabin with a classic and elegant feel that's been updated with all the tech savvy features you could ever want.
Through the years luxury cars have been marked with gadgets and gizmos that make you feel like you're suffocated by flight controls. Mercedes has developed their COMMAND system that uses a "computer controlled by a mouse" concept. So you still get all the gadgets and gizmos that you want, but in an aesthetically pleasing package. This S63 was upgraded with the night vision package that uses a camera in the mirror to display an enhanced view of the road at night. It comes with an iPod adapter, 6 disck CD changer, and DVD video capability. The navigation system is run through an onboard 20 gb hard drive. The 14-speaker 600 watt Harmon/Kardon Logic7 stereo system produces a sound that's almost too clear. It has a wide range of crisp sound to deep bass. A phone keypad is mounted on the center console for easy use of your blue tooth compatible phone.
Comfort and quality is second to none.
Mercedes equipped this S63 with Premium leather that extends from the dashboard, to the doors, and the center console. The seats are also constructed with premium leather and color matched with double stitching. Veneered woodgrain trim on the steering wheel, front and center console as well as the doors, contrasts the leather to enhance its luxurious appeal. The quality and construction of materials puts this Mercedes out front in this market of ultra luxury cars. The front seats are firm yet comfortable with infinite position adjustments plus a massaging function. Heat and cooling functions allow you to adjust for further climate comfort. The back seats are also power adjustable with heated seats and rear climate controls. There is a panoramic moonroof in the front and rear that retract for an open air experience and an increased sensation of space. For those hot Las Vegas summer days there are power sunshades that line the rear window and rear side windows. The windows were also tinted since we received this car. You could spend days in awe of the craftsmanship in design that puts this S-class in front of ultra exclusive cars.
This Mercedes Benz S 63 is in like new showroom condition. It is in immaculate condition with no visible signs of wear. We professionally detailed it from the inside out to bring it to like new condition. It's been steam cleaned and every crack and cranny has been gone through with a fine tooth comb. It has a clean carfax report and has been inspected by our certified mechanics through a 57-point inspection process with no major mechanical issues.
If you are looking for the ultimate driving experience, this Mercedes Benz S63 is hands-down one of the nicest cars you could ever drive.
horsepower: 518 hp Torque: 465 ft-lbs. Curb Weight: 4665 lbs.
This S63 is Loaded with Factory Options!
* Savanna & Cashmere Premium Leather with Wood Trim
* Adaptive Cruise Control
* Fixed Glass Rear Sunroof
* Night Vision Enhancement System
* Reclining Rear AC/Heated Bucket Seats with Power Adjustable Headrests
* Front and Rear Multi-Zone Climate Control
* Rear View Camera
* iPod Adapter
* 20" Wheels
LORINSER Mercedes S63 AMG - LOUD SOUND!
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2014 Mercedes S-Class - assistance systems animation
Mercedes has officially unveiled the 2014 S-Class at the Airbus A380 delivery center in Hamburg, Germany.
Designed to become one of the most luxurious and advanced vehicles ever constructed, the 2014 S-Class has an evolutionary design that incorporates a sportier front fascia, a larger grille and a gentle slanting rear end. The sleek styling enables the model to have drag coefficient of 0.24 which is pretty impressive considering the pint-sized CLA has a drag coefficient of 0.23.
2008 Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG
This car really doesn't make sense. The Mercedes-Benz S-Class is meant to be about luxury, refinement, isolation and relaxation.
So why has this S63 AMG got a high-revving, 6.2-litre V8 engine with a supercar-baiting 525bhp under the bonnet? Most S-Class Mercedes' cosset you into a dreamy sleep if you relax in the back. This one will smoke its tyres like an old-school hotrod and demolish 100 mph from a standing start in barely 10 seconds. It makes no sense at all, does it?
Actually - in so many ways - it does.
For a start, take AMG's point of view. It's the performance subsidiary of Mercedes and, truth is, can barely make enough cars. Every time Mercedes launches a new model, there are punters banging on AMG's door asking for super-fast, super-exclusive version. And when this potential customer seems more than happy to sign a cheque for more than £100,000 it would be rude to say "no".
This is both a good and bad thing. It's bad because AMG is no longer as exclusive as it once was, or in fact would still like to be. Last year it sold 20,000 cars worldwide, which wouldn't be shabby if it were a luxury car manufacturer in its own right. For a mere performance division, it's phenomenal.
But it's a good thing because, if several thousand rather than a few hundred people want one of your £100,000 cars, there's a lot more cash to go spend on development.
Because if nothing else, the new S63 AMG feels terrifically well developed. If you're looking for quaint, hand-finished charm in your luxury supersaloon, look elsewhere. An S63 exudes quality and perfection right from the off with imposing styling and some fabulous details. The body's shut-lines are gnat's-chuff tight, the doors close (automatically, if you don't pull them quite hard enough) with a beautiful thunk, the windows are double-glazed and the cabin is put together with impeccable accuracy. There's no mismatched wood, dodgy glovebox fit or switches that don't quite work properly in here. AMG says that its customers have very exacting standards and, if our test car was anything to go by, the S63 will meet them.