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Mercedes E 63 AMG S, 999 examples to greet the V8

Mercedes is preparing to bid farewell to the E-Class with a V8 engine. The German manufacturer presented the E 63 AMG S 4Matic + Final Edition, a special set-up limited to 999 sedan and station wagon models.

The final edition brings together the ultimate in luxury and performance, with exclusive equipment and a host of unique details to celebrate one of the most powerful AMGs in the entire family.

The Final Edition is only available in Matt Graphite Gray Magno and with 20 ”alloy wheels in glossy black. Precisely black is one of the distinctive elements of this E 63 AMG S, also given the presence of the AMG Night package which includes the splitter, side skirts, mirror caps and rear bumper inserts all in glossy black.

Inside we find the AMG Performance Seats package which includes heated and electrically adjustable sports seats upholstered in black Nappa leather with contrasting yellow stitching. The “AMG FINAL EDITION 1 of 999” badge is displayed in the center console to underline the extreme exclusivity of the model.

 

In addition, black mats with yellow stitching and a dedicated car cover bearing the name of the special edition are included in the Mercedes with a 612 HP 4.0 V8 twin-turbo engine.

The next generation of the E-Class has already been picked up by some spy photos and should be officially announced between 2023 and 2024. The Mercedes prototypes have highlighted conservative forms and a design in line with the current model. The biggest news is expected under the skin, where we could find more and more electrified engines.

 

The range of the new E-Class will feature plug-in hybrid and mild hybrid petrol and diesel variants. Staying about AMG, it is possible that the sportiest sedan will come equipped with a plug-in powertrain consisting of a 2.0 turbo 4-cylinder and an electric motor in a configuration very similar to that of the new AMG C-Class.

Even if the Mercedes renounces the 8 cylinders, however, powers of more than 700 hp are expected.

Source and images: Motor1.com