2017 Mercedes Benz S63 AMG Cabriolet
Category : 2017 Cars
The S-class coupe loses its lid and stays trim. See images and read more about
the new S550 and Mercedes-AMG S63 convertibles at Car and Driver.
This results in an emotional, signature AMG engine sound. 4 litres per 100 kilometres makes the two-door model the most fuel-efficient model in its competitive segment. They aren’t, and we think the big droptop could be set to debut very soon. Opening the door reveals the beguilingly luxurious interior of the S63 Cabriolet: the instrument panel almost seamlessly transitions into the doors in a wrap-around design. Spy photos taken in the early part of 2015 showed quad exhaust tips on test mules of the car, but that might as well be the upcoming S65 AMG version, which Mercedes has yet to announce. I also can’t let this space pass without mentioning the 220 SE cabriolet and the 280 SE cabriolet, could I. That means a base price around 0,000, with the S65 AMG commanding close to a quarter of a million bucks
It also makes the vehicle appear closer to the road. Large, black flics surround the outer cooling air intakes. Numerous exquisitely designed aerodynamic elements underscore the outstanding driving dynamics: the front end is dominated by the three-dimensional “twin-blade” radiator grille in silver chrome. The S 63 Cabriolet also boasts exciting looks to emphasise its sporty performance: The design is a stage for the exciting technology at the heart of the new dream car. Down below, the front splitter in silver chrome optimises the flow of air to the cooling modules. Under the radiator grille is the “A-wing”: this three-dimensional aerodynamic feature is painted in the body colour and sports the stylised “A” that is a hallmark of AMG vehicles.
In somewhat of a little surprise is the presence of just two exhaust tips with their own sports flaps on the S63 4MATIC Cabriolet. Spy photos taken in the early part of 2015 showed quad exhaust tips on test mules of the car, but that might as well be the upcoming S65 AMG version, which Mercedes has yet to announce.
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