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Mercedes-AMG S 63 e (2021)
The illustration by X-Tomi Design shows what the Affalterbach offshoot of the new S-Class could look like. >> More about new products
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After the end of the S 65, the Mercedes-AMG S 63 e (2021) still has an option for the power version of the luxury sedan, which appears as a heavily disguised Erlkönig in the first photos. We know that about the price and interior!
The upcoming version of the Affalterbacher S-Class will be launched in 2021 as the Mercedes-AMG S 63 e with plug-in hybrid technology and will be the only sporty option in the Swabian luxury class. In addition to the Coupé and Cabriolet, Mercedes is also removing the AMG S 65 from the S-Class range with the new W223 series . For the hybrid AMG, the combination of the tried and tested 4.0-liter biturbo V8 and an additional electric motor is used. The performance of the combustion engine should then continue to amount to 612 hp. Since the performance of the electric motor is currently not yet known, the system performance remains speculative. With the interplay of the combustion engine and electric motor, the Mercedes-AMG S 63 e (2021) should surely surpass the performance of the previous model. All-wheel drive and all-wheel steering appear mandatory.
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Interior & price of the Mercedes-AMG S 63 e (2021)
The appearance of the Mercedes-AMG S 63 e (2021) will differ from the civilian S-Class. In addition to modified rear and front aprons, the Affalterbach-based company will also lend a hand with the brakes, chassis and rims, as the first photos of the Erlkönig, still heavily camouflaged, prove. The illustration by X-Tomi Design shows what the final version might look like. The S-Class looks much more aggressive and sporty than its elegant brother, also due to the contrasting color of the radiator grille and the mirror caps. The interior should be kept in typical AMG style: Contoured sports seats, a dynamic multifunction steering wheel and various AMG labels should surround the huge display in the center console. Even if there is still no confirmation from Mercedes, we expect a market launch in autumn 2021.