AMG E63 S had made some noise among car enthusiasts as they talked about its speed that even digital speedometers can't keep up with. When moving at full speed, this machine, powered by 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine with 612-HP, gobbles up the road at 250 kilometers per hour and can sprint from 0-100 kilometers per hour in just 3.35seconds. With its 9-speed automatic transmission, the AMG E63 S performs better than its predecessors, especially in terms of speed.
While AMG cars were known to be handles by racing drivers, the AMG E63 S was made to be easily managed by novice drivers because it can be shifted into "drift mode", which means that although the car maintains top speed, there is no possibility that the car would spin. This because there is a wheel traction control system that keeps power in the rear wheels moderate, according to AMG head Tobias Moers. This feature is similar to that of the F1 car racers which helped prevent accidents even if the car moves at top speed.
The AMG E63 S may retain the classic look of AMG sedan cars but the interior is packed with modern technological features. The driver can just push a few buttons to achieve what he wants the car to do such as getting driver assistance, having front, rear, and bird's eye view cameras, selecting the kind of lighting, checking the gauge, and other high-tech features that previous cars did not have, according to Autoweek.
With its latest features, the AMG E63 S car is already drawing customers. High-end models will be marketed in Australia, as is the case in AMG models sold in this country, according to Caradvice.
With its top speed and special features, the AMG E63 S is expected to appeal to novice drivers who prefer to drive fast cars.