2022 Mercedes-AMG S63 700hp unveiledSeptember 8, 2020
The independent designer presented his vision of what the 2022 Mercedes-AMG S63 high-performance sedan could be. It is already known that the novelty will receive a hybrid power unit with a capacity of around 700 hp.
It has long been known that the new generation of the Mercedes S-Class executive sedan will receive a high-performance version of the S63 from AMG, as well as a more powerful version of the S73. They say that both versions of the luxury car will receive hybrid engines, which will be announced by the letter “e” in their name.
Independent artist X-Tomi Design has unveiled a “smaller” version of the powerful AMG S-Class with an aggressive grille with vertical slats and matte black finish.
The virtual novelty also received a more aggressive bumper with enlarged air intakes that supply air to the powerful engine.
These are the typical upgrades you’d expect from AMG’s “charged” S-class, along with reduced ground clearance and a wider array of alloy wheels. X-Tomi Design hasn’t revealed its vision of the rear, but this is where we find four tailpipes on the sides of the sports diffuser and possibly a subtle spoiler on the trunk lid.
The first ever S63e will use a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine paired with a rear-mounted electric motor. The hybrid plant will boast 700 horsepower. The more powerful S73e will get the same internal combustion engine, but with a more powerful electric motor to increase the total output to just over 800 horsepower. The two are expected to share a 20 kWh battery pack, and it will be interesting to see what full electric range they can offer.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that BMW mentioned the new Mercedes S-Class in an advertisement for the 7 Series sedan. The press service of the Bavarian brand has published a video that mentions the new generation of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class executive sedan. At the end of this video, BMW reveals its rival Eske, the 7 Series luxury sedan.
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