2015 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe AMG Line Kit

The list of improvements customers can add to the powerful and stylish 2015 Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG Coupe just got bigger thanks to newly announced AMG Line kit. Just like the individual items and packages coming through the AMG Performance Studio , the AMG Line kit doesn’t meddle with the coupe’s engine, leaving the 5.5-liter V-8 and its 577 horsepower untouched.

However, the bundle comes with an array of exterior and interior upgrades that add to the S63 AMG Coupe’s aggressive personality. The vehicle’s front fascia changes dramatically thanks to a diamond grille that comes with white surrounds for the star emblem and with chrome pins covering the slats. Moving down the bumper, the slightly reshaped air intakes are joined by a chrome splitter that might come in handy at high speeds.

Alterations are less obvious around back, where a white diffuser replaces the black one found on the regular model, while the twin exhaust configuration leaves room for dual, rectangular pipes. A new set of side sills are also in place to make sure the coupe ditches its standard looks no matter how you look at it.

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Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe AMG Line Kit in detail

Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe AMG Line Kit

The wider, 19- or 20-inch AMG alloy wheels are hidden under flared fenders and come paired with perforated disc brakes. Unlike the regular rims offered on the standard AMG, these rollers have the classic Mercedes-Benz logo at the center, while the company’s name in white lettering adorns the grey calipers.

Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe AMG Line Kit

Open the door and you’ll step on brand-new velour floor mats printed with the AMG logo before touching the brushed stainless steel spor pedals fitted with rubber studs. A black wood trim in a glossy finish is now available for the dashboard and the door panels, but customers looking for a brighter cabin can also opt for white inlays.


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