With the launch of the new Coupe version of Mercedes S-Class at the Geneva Motor Show, it is time to start speculating about the AMG variants of this gorgeous Grand Tourer. We know for fact that Mercedes is planning to launch a 63 and a 65 version of the car, and here’s what they may look like.
To be more specific, these renderings preview what the Mercedes S63 AMG Coupe will probably be like. And they are fairly accurate, given the fact that apart from revised bumpers, side skirts, and new tailpipes, there aren’t any remarkable differences between the standard and AMG variants of the S-Coupe.
The S65 will also look similar to this, but it’ll probably get a different grille, more elaborate chrome work and accenting on the bumpers and rear apron, and different tailpipes.
Where Mercedes S63 AMG Coupe differs from the S65 is under the bonnet. While the S63 has to make to a 570 horsepower twin-turbo V8 engine, the S65 will be getting a massive, full-fat, twin-turbo V12 unit. It is astonishing how Mercedes manages to keep these monstrous engines around these days, what with all the rules restricting fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. But they do, and it’s great!
Rendering by DesignRM