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The new Mercedes AMG S 63 E PERFORMANCE (combined fuel consumption, weighted: 4.4 l/100 km, combined CO2 emissions, weighted: 100 g/km, combined electrical power consumption, weighted: 21.4 kWh/100 km)[2] defines the benchmark in the luxury sedan segment: It combines best-in-class performance with outstanding comfort and virtually noise-free electric driving. The E PERFORMANCE model combines the AMG 4.0 litre V8 biturbo engine with the AMG-specific hybrid drivetrain and a new stage in the development of the AMG high-performance battery (HPB). This increases the all-electric range to 33 km.

With system power of 590 kW (802 PS) and 1430 Nm system torque, this full-sized luxury sedan has engine power to spare. Underscoring the superior performance is the acceleration to 100 km/h in 3.3 seconds and the optional top speed of 290 km/h. With standard features such as AMG RIDE CONTROL+ air suspension, AMG ACTIVE RIDE CONTROL roll stabilization and active rear-axle steering ensure that the S 63 confidently combines a dynamic driving experience with the utmost in comfort.

At a gross list price of EUR 208,392.801, the new Mercedes-AMG S 63 E PERFORMANCE is now available to order in Germany. Standard equipment includes 20-inch light-alloy 10-spoke wheels, DIGITAL LIGHT with projection function and the driver assistance package with many active assistance systems including PRE‑SAFE® PLUS and PRE-SAFE® Impulse Side. Also on board: the AIR BALANCE package, active ambient lighting and the Burmester® 3D Surround Soundsystem with Dolby® Atmos. Other standard features include pre-entry climate control and the OLED central display.
Impressive performance meets exclusive features: AMG Edition 1

The fully equipped AMG Edition 1 will be available for a limited period following the market launch. Elements such as the MANUFAKTUR alpine grey uni paintwork, 21-inch AMG forged wheels in cross-spoke design and seat covers padded with exclusive AMG nappa leather with contrasting red topstitching are available only with this special model.

Further accentuating the dynamic presence of the AMG Edition 1 is the AMG Exterior Night Package. The front and side skirt trim, mirror caps, waistline trim strip and the window weatherstrips are available in dark chrome or high-gloss black. This is complemented by ornamental trim on the rear apron, black-chromed AMG twin tailpipes and heat-insulating dark tinted glass. Rounding off the features and accessories are the red-finished brake callipers and the silver-chrome fuel filler cap with AMG logo.

Carefully selected and meticulously worked materials lend the AMG Edition 1 a sense of exquisite craftsmanship. The AMG Exclusive package with AMG seats in black nappa leather with red seams and the AMG performance steering wheel in nappa leather / MICROCUT microfibre with red topstitching combines sportiness with touring comfort. The black/red colour scheme is seamlessly continued through AMG ornamental elements in black visible carbon with red accent stitching. The AMG door sill panels with replaceable covers and illuminated red AMG logo and AMG floor mats with contrasting red stitching accentuate the special status of the vehicle. The final touch is the exclusive Edition 1 logo engraved in the central console.

To protect the valuable vehicle, each customer receives a tailor-made AMG indoor car cover with a custom “Edition 1” pattern. With its breathable outer skin made of tear-resistant synthetic fabric and an anti-static inner lining of woven flannel, this protects the vehicle from dust and scratches in the garage.
Extensive selection of individual options

The range of details and numerous options present a wide scope for individual desires and preferences. Buyers of the new Mercedes-AMG S 63 E PERFORMANCE have a broad selection of options to choose from. A few examples:

    AMG 21-inch forged wheels in cross-spoke design: EUR 3,808.00
    AMG carbon package – exterior: EUR 5,831.00
    AMG Night package: EUR 1,130.50
    AMG-specific radiator grille; darkened: EUR 535.00
    Panoramic sliding sunroof: EUR 1,939.70
    Nappa leather AMG seat covers: macchiato beige / magma grey: EUR 416.50
    AMG ceramic high-performance composite brake system (only with 21-inch wheels): EUR 8,925.00
    AMG Driver’s Package with top speed of 290 km/h: EUR 2,261.00

Factory 56 is adding the Mercedes-AMG S 63 E PERFORMANCE to its production portfolio.

The Mercedes‑AMG S 63 E PERFORMANCE will roll off the assembly line in Factory 56 in Sindelfingen. Now Factory 56, which opened in 2020, will manufacture its second AMG model along with the Mercedes‑AMG EQS 53 4MATIC+ (WLTP: combined power consumption: 24.3-21.8 kWh/100 km, combined CO2 emissions: 0 g/100 km)[3]. New models and drive variants are quickly integrated into the running line ‑ proof of the high flexibility and efficiency of Factory 56.

In addition to the new Mercedes‑AMG S 63 E PERFORMANCE, all variants of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class, including the hybrid, as well as the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class and the fully electric EQS, come off the production line at Factory 56. The Mercedes-Benz Sindelfingen plant has been in operation since 1915. In the more than 100 years since it was established, it has become the competence centre for the production of high-end and luxury-class vehicles in the global production network. The site employs approximately 35,000 people and combines all areas related to vehicle production, as well as planning, central purchasing and supplier management. Sindelfingen is also home to Group Research, Development and Design of Mercedes‑Benz Group AG.
Sustainability in production

Since 2022, the production of vehicles and batteries at all of Mercedes-Benz's own plants worldwide has been net carbon-neutral. Electricity is purchased exclusively from renewable sources. In addition, the company aims to increase the generation of renewable energy at its locations. Factory 56 in Sindelfingen is committed to sustainable and resource-saving production: a photovoltaic system on the roof supplies the production hall with self-generated green electricity. Over 12,000 modules generate around 5,000 kWp of power. This can cover around 30% of the factory’s annual electricity needs. By the end of 2024, further investments will be made in photovoltaic systems at the site. The Sindelfingen site is also focusing on a steady reduction in water consumption and waste.