The configurator for the Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG is finally up and running for those of you who are either looking to buy one or just want to have some fun with the company’s brand new, beefed up luxury sedan .
Customizing the lightning-fast executive begins at $140,425 including shipping. For that, you get a high level of standard equipment and whole lot of performance. As you may recall, the new Mercedes S63 AMG packs a 5.5-liter, V-8 biturbo under its hood, which translates into 577 horsepower and 664 pound-feet of torque, a 49-horsepower increase over the previous model.
The sticker also includes the company’s 4MATIC all-wheel drive, a set of 20-inch, five-spoke alloy wheels, a choice of 10 exterior colors, four interior hues and three cabin trims. On the performance and drive assist front, the limousine comes standard with AMG’s adaptive sport suspension, Parktronic with Active Parking Assist and Exit and ESP Curve Dynamic Assist.
We’re not done, the vehicle also packs a standard COMAND system, a Burmester surround audio system, heated front seats, In-car WiFi and basically anything else you can think of this side of the kitchen sink.
Need more? Then let’s have a look at the options list, but only after you grab a seat and check your bank account.
You can build your own S63 AMG HERE
Click past the jump to read more about the options available for the Mercedes S63 AMG 4MATIC.
Not satisfied with the 10 exterior colors offered by the manufacturer at no cost? Well, there’s only one thing you can do. Go with the Diamond White Metallic. It’s the only option and cost $795.
Iridium Silver Metallic
Lunar Blue Metallic
Diamond White Metallic
Magnetite Black Metallic
Obsidian Black Metallic
Palladium Silver Metallic
Verde Brook Metallic
Diamond Silver Metallic
Ruby Black Metallic
Anthracite Blue Metallic
Two available sets of rollers will help you enhance the S63 AMG’s look. Both come in 20-inch sizes and feature a 10-spoke design. The difference between them is that you can have one in silver, while the other one is finished in black. Why the black wheels are $500 more is likely due to the coating process for the color.
20-inch AMG 10-spoke forged wheels (Silver)$1,700
20-inch AMG 10-spoke forged wheels (Black)$2,200
Moving inside, there are four additional shades of Nappa leathers, each priced at $4,450. As far as trims go, the optional Metallized Ash wood and the carbon fiber/piano black Lacquer fetch $800 and $3,700, respectively.
Other interior paid extras include an AMG Performance steering wheel, heated rear seats, power rear seats with memory and an exclusive trim. Mercedes also offers five packages, ranging from the $350 Air Balance pack to the $3,500 Executive Rear Seat bundle.
Entertainment & Convenience
Four boxes can be checked in the entertainment & convenience section. One will updated the audio system to high-end 3D, while two will add rear seat entertainment and split view front seat entertainment. Lastly, a refrigerator box can be fitted in the rear cabin for $1,100. Definitely cheaper than the two bottles of expensive champagne that fit in there.
A Driver Assistance Package highlights the performance & safety offerings, but Surround View, Night View Assist and child seats are also up for grabs.
Burmester High-End 3D Surround Sound system - $6,400
Rear Seat Entertainment system - $2,650
SPLITVIEW front-seat entertainment system - $710
Refrigerator box for rear cabin - $1,100