Mercedes only produced 999 AMG E63 S cars to celebrate the V8 engine, priced at no less than 6 billion VND

German luxury car company Mercedes-Benz has announced its plans to “break up” the V8 engine line in efforts to reduce emissions and shift to electric vehicles. Limited edition models are being introduced and one of them is the E63 S.

Special car models of this car company are being released as commemorative editions, especially cars equipped with V8 engines, one of which is the Mercedes AMG E63 S.

Mercedes says this model will be limited to only 999 units globally with two body styles offered: sedan or wagon and a single color – Magno Matte Graphite gray.

Some notable highlights on the Mercedes-AMG E63 S Final Edition are the 20-inch monolithic forged wheels and the standard AMG Night Package.

This decoration package will blacken all exterior decorations such as mirror borders, grille, air vents… The interior is covered in Nappa leather with contrasting yellow stitching.

The door sills will feature a yellow “AMG” illuminated badge. The center console will display the vehicle’s serial number out of a total of 999 units produced this time.

The most important part is that under the hood will be a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine with 603 horsepower and 627 pound-feet of torque. This power is transmitted to all four wheels via a nine-speed automatic transmission and an AMG-tuned 4Matic system with drift mode.

It is currently unclear what the actual performance of the E63 S Final Edition is, but on the normal E63 S version, the car can accelerate from 0-100km/h in 3 seconds and the maximum speed can be electronically limited. at 300km/h.

Mercedes has not yet said how many sedans or wagons there will be and the price has not been announced, but it will probably be more expensive than the company’s suggested selling price for the AMG E63 S model of $109,550. In the Vietnamese market, the E63 S series has also appeared with a selling price of over 6 billion VND.

Deliveries of the Mercedes AMG E63 S Final Edition are expected to take place later this year.

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