Mercedes-AMG S63e 2022 will accelerate to “hundred” in less than 3.5 secondsAugust 15, 2020
According to rumors, the “charged” version of the S-class executive sedan of the new generation, which will be designated the Mercedes-AMG S63e, will be equipped with a 4.0-liter V8 with twin turbocharging with a capacity of 603 hp. and a 201 hp electric motor.
There was little doubt that the details of the more powerful performance of the full-size S-class luxury sedan would become known in the near future. After all, the presentation of the new generation S-class will take place next month.
Like many manufacturers these days, German Mercedes-Benz has decided to electrify its lineup, in particular the more powerful versions of conventional models.
It has long been rumored about an electrified Mercedes-AMG S63 – now, more interesting technical details have become known about this car.
While the base S500 will get a 3.0-liter electric inline-six with a total output of 453 horsepower, the most powerful version of the all-new ESCI will boast over 800 horsepower.
It is known that diesel engines – S350d and S400d configurations, six-cylinder gasoline engines – S450 and S500 and a V8 engine in the S580 version will be available to buyers. The even more chic Maybach S650 will also feature a V12 with a mild hybrid system. But if you want the fastest version of the all-new S-class, you need to wait for the S63e from AMG, which will go from zero to 100 km / h in less than 3.5 seconds.
Most likely, the “charged” car will be powered by a 4.0-liter V8 with twin turbocharging with 603 hp. and with a 201 hp electric motor. Expect more news soon, following the debut of the S-class in September and the S63e AMG coming next year.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series could break the Nürburgring track record. According to rumors, the German automaker’s engineers are working hard to unveil an even more powerful version of the Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series sports coupe, so that this car could set an all-time record at the Nurburgring racetrack, becoming the fastest production car.
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