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In the past, it was rumored that the new-generation Mercedes S-Class would drop the V-12 engine from its lineup, but it looks like things have changed as of late. Car and Driver reports that Benz will unveil the new-generation S65 AMG at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show in November and the debut of S600 will follow it at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show in January.

We expect the next S65 AMG to carry the same engine as the current model, so don’t look for any real surprises.

When it comes to its exterior look, just try to imagine an even more aggressive S63 AMG — if that’s even possible — and the interior will be even sportier and more luxurious.

Stay tuned for more information, as we creep closer the the LA Show.

Click past the jump to read more about the Mercedes S65 AMG.

Update 11/08/2013: Mercedes-Benz has just revealed a small amount of information about the 2015 S65 AMG on its Facebook page, as well as a few new images. The Automaker revealed that the 6.0-liter V-12 engine will put down 621 horsepower and launch the sedan to 60 mph in 4.2 seconds. You can see more details after the jump.

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2015 Mercedes S65 AMG Exterior
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2015 Mercedes S65 AMG Emblems and Logo Exterior
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The 2015 S65 AMG receives the same redesign that the rest of the S-Class sedans received in 2014. From the images that Mercedes release, we can see that the S65 AMG gets a new six-twin-louver grille and the headlights are all-new with LED brows just like the 2014 S63 AMG.

The front apron also gets a redo, as it now features larger intakes on each side, and a chrome-highlighted front splitter for some extra front-end downforce. Chrome also highlights the side sill panel inserts and the rear diffuser trim. If chrome isn’t for you, Mercedes can replace these chrome accents with high-gloss black ones.

Around back, Mercedes revised the trunk-line, gave the S65 a new set of taillights and a sharp, quad-exit exhaust system.

It’s nice to see the S65 inherit the revisions that the rest of the S-Class received, we are just a little confuse why Mercedes chose to skip the 2014 model year. Oh well, more details will roll out at the LA Auto Show.


2015 Mercedes S65 AMG Interior
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2015 Mercedes S65 AMG Interior
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The interior is pure luxury, as Mercedes, as usual, opted for the highest-quality materials. Nappa leather with diamond stitching graces the seats, headliner, dashboard, door panels and grab bars. The interior is available in the following colors:

  • Black
  • Satin beige/espresso brown
  • Nut brown/black
  • Porcelain/black
  • Crystal grey/seashell grey

The two-spoke steering wheel is a new addition to the S65, and even though we’ve seen it on the 2014 S-Class, it still doesn’t look proportioned correctly to us. We prefer a three- or four-spoke design, but some people must like it.

Rounding out the interior are animated round gauges, a heads-up display and a touchpad for easy control of the infotainment system and other features of the vehicle.

2015 Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG - Standard Interior Features

  • AIR-BALANCE package
  • AMG full-pile footmats, with edging in Nappa leather and AMG badge in solid metal
  • AMG sports pedals of brushed stainless steel with rubber studs
  • Ambient lighting
  • Burmester high-end 3D surround sound system
  • Chauffeur package
  • Exclusive package
  • COMAND Online
  • Driving Assistance package Plus
  • KEYLESS-GO package
  • Convenience telephony
  • 10 loudspeakers with Frontbass
  • LED Intelligent Light System
  • Media Interface
  • Metallic paintwork
  • Panoramic sliding sunroof
  • Parking package
  • Tire pressure loss warning system
  • Electrically adjustable rear seats
  • Seat Comfort package incl. ENERGIZING massage function
  • Sun Protection package
  • Exclusive trim package


2015 Mercedes S65 AMG Drivetrain
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Under its hood, the new S65 AMG features a 6.0-liter, biturbo V-12 engine that delivers 621 horsepower and 738 pound-feet of torque to the rear wheels. This is identical to the 2013 model, and its 0-to-60 mph also remains the same at 4.2 seconds. Top speed is electronically limited to 155 mph.

Keeping the engine compartment clean is an exclusive carbon-fiber cover with an AMG badge.

With weight being a key feature in modern performance cars, Mercedes went as far as using a lithium ion battery in place of the old lead-acid battery. Sure, this is an expensive upgrade, but it saves a whopping 44 pounds. Additionally, lithium ion batteries are simply more reliable than lead-acid ones, and cold weather has little impact on them.

The engine delivers its power to the rear wheel via a seven-speed AMG SPEEDSHIFT PLUS 7G-Tronic transmission. The transmission has three driving programs that cater to your driving style. The Controlled Efficiency Mode activates the ECO start/stop function to help reduce fuel consumption, whereas the Sport and Manual modes put an emphasis on delivering optimal performance by shortening shift times.

Drivetrain Specifications

Engine 6.0-Liter V-12 Biturbo
Horsepower 621 @ 4,800 - 5,400 RPM
Torque (LB-FT) 738 @ 2,300 - 4,300
Acceleration (0-60 MPH) 4.2 Sec
Top Speed (Limited) 155 MPH

Suspension and Brakes

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As expected, the S65 AMG comes with the latest MAGIC BODY CONTROL suspension system from Benz. This high-tech suspension system even includes a ROAD SURFACE SCAN feature that senses defects in the road before you ever hit them, allowing this suspension system to adjust the ride to compensate.

The suspension has a pair of settings — "Comfort" and "Sport" — so the driver can tune the suspension to his liking.

The electromechanical AMG speed-sensitive steering has a variable steering ratio. With the suspension system set to "Comfort," the power steering system adds a little extra assistance to make turning the wheel easy and reduce feedback. On the other end of the spectrum, the "Sport" setting tightens the steering, giving the driver the ability to change lanes at the flick of a wrist and feel plenty of feedback through the wheel.

An AMG model is never complete without a bad-ass set of wheels, and the S65 AMG continues this tradition with AMG multi-spoke, high-gloss polished, lightweight wheels sized 8.5-by-20 inches up front and 9-by-20 inches out back. Optional forged wheels in the same size are also available in 10-spoke titanium grey or matte-black, or five-spoke titanium grey or high-sheen coated designs.

Sitting behind these rims is a high-performance, composite braking system. For those looking for extreme performance, Benz also offers up a carbon-ceramic brake kit that not only reduces brake fade and decrease stopping distances, but it also lowers the weight of the brake system by 20 percent.


Mercedes will fully unveil the S65 AMG at the LA Auto Show on November 20th. In Germany, it will check in at €232,050, but there is no information on its U.S. market price.


Bentley Continental GT Speed

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The GT Speed is powered by a 6.0-liter turbocharged W-12 engine that delivers a total of 616 horsepower at 6000 rpm and a peak torque of 590 pound-feet. This amount of power is enough to deliver supercar-like performance numbers: 0 to 60 mph sprint in 4 seconds and a top speed of 205 mph.

On the U.S. market the GT Speed is priced at $220,725.

Aston Martin Rapide S

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The 2014 Rapide S came as a replacement for the old Rapide. It is powered by a new AM11 naturally-aspirated 6.0-liter V-12 engine that delivers a total of 558 horsepower at 6,750 rpm and a peak torque of 457 pound-feet delivered at 5,000 rpm.

Thanks to the extra 81 horsepower, the new Rapide S sprints from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.9 seconds (down from the previous 5.2 seconds) and goes up to a top speed of 190 mph.


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The S65 AMG arrived on the market back in 2006 and it is the most powerful, most expensive S-Class ever built. The initial version was powered by a 6.0-liter V-12 engine that delivered a total of 604 horsepower and 738 pound-feet of torque. In 2011, Mercedes retuned the V-12 to deliver 621 horsepower, but torque remained at 738 pound-feet.

Many of the exterior styling of the S65 AMG are inspired by the S-Class, but it features a more aggressive look and a more luxury interior.


2015 Mercedes S65 AMG High Resolution Exterior
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So far, the S65 AMG is looking just as awesome as the other redesigned S-Class models did in 2014. We are still rather perplexed by Mercedes choosing to save the biggest AMG for 2015, but we assume there must have been some delays on the design side.

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Press Release

The new Mercedes-Benz S 65 AMG: Driving performance in its perfect form

Twelve cylinders, twin-turbocharging, 463 kW (630 hp) of output and 1000 newton metres of torque – the new S 65 AMG sets new standards as the most powerful vehicle in its segment of the market. Exceptional performance and outstanding dynamism – these are the hallmarks of the AMG 6.0-litre V12 biturbo engine. With its reduced fuel consumption and compliance with the EU 6 exhaust emissions standard, the new V12 saloon is fit for the future. The AMG sports suspension based on MAGIC BODY CONTROL comes as standard with ROAD SURFACE SCAN, the world’s first suspension with eyes. It goes without saying that the S 65 AMG offers supreme exclusivity in design and equipment specification. Two innovations, the head-up display and the touchpad, represent further enhancements in terms of comfort and safety.

The S 65 AMG is the only high-performance 12-cylinder automobile from a German premium manufacturer – and it is a car with a pedigree: the first generation of the S 65 AMG was launched in 2003, with the second generation being produced from 2006 until 2013.

Tobias Moers, Chairman of the Board of Management of Mercedes-AMG GmbH: "Soon after the successful launch of the S 63 AMG, we are unveiling the new S 65 AMG. Supreme exclusivity and incomparable dynamism provide the guarantee of a high fascination potential. With the third generation of the S 65 AMG, we offer our loyal and discerning V12 customers a unique high-performance automobile."

Key data at a glance:

S 65 AMG
Displacement 5980 cc
Output 463 kW (630 hp) at 4800-5400 rpm
Max. torque 1000 Nm at 2300-4300 rpm
Fuel consumption, NEDC combined 11.9 l/100 km
CO2 emissions 279 g/km
Acceleration 0-100 km/h 4.3 s
Top speed 250 km/h Electronically limited

The AMG 6.0-litre V12 biturbo engine delivers 463 kW (630 hp) with a maximum torque of 1000 newton metres – figures that enable the S 65 AMG to outperform all other vehicles in its segment. This superiority is highlighted by the car’s performance: the S 65 AMG accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.3 seconds, with a top speed of 250 km/h (electronically limited). The strengths of the 12-cylinder biturbo engine from Mercedes-AMG include its effortless acceleration in all speed ranges as well as its refined operation with the distinctive V12 sound typical of AMG. In short: the S 65 AMG impresses with its superior and stylish performance.

Compared with the previous model, fuel consumption has been reduced by 2.4 litres per 100 kilometres (NEDC, combined). With a fuel consumption of 11.9 litres per 100 kilometres (NEDC, combined), the new S 65 AMG is the world’s most fuel-efficient V12 high-performance saloon in terms of power and torque. The range-topping 12-cylinder model already meets the requirements of the EU6 emissions standard, which is not due to come into force until 2015.
Technical highlights of the AMG 6.0-litre V12 biturbo engine:

  • Biturbocharging
  • Aluminium crankcase
  • Forged crankshaft of high-grade alloy steel
  • Multi-spark ignition with 12 twin-spark ignition units
  • Air-to-water intercooler with low-temperature circuit
  • Alternator management
  • ECO start/stop function

Exclusive carbon-fibre engine cover with AMG engine badge

Opening the bonnet reveals the exclusive carbon-fibre/aluminium engine cover, which is a further sign of the exceptional status of the AMG 6.0-litre V12 biturbo engine. Two AMG logos on left and right together with a centrally positioned Mercedes star create a lasting impression. The 12-cylinder engine is assembled by hand at AMG’s engine production facility in compliance with the most rigorous quality standards according to the philosophy "one man, one engine". Apart from serving as an AMG hallmark confirming superlative precision and production quality, the AMG engine badge bearing the engine technician’s signature underneath the Mercedes star offers unmistakable proof of the peerless DNA of Mercedes-Benz’s high-performance brand.


As before in the SL 65 AMG high-performance roadster, AMG combines the 6.0-litre V12 biturbo engine with the AMG SPEEDSHIFT PLUS 7G-TRONIC. Unlike in the direct predecessor of the S 65 AMG, which featured an AMG SPEEDSHIFT five-speed automatic transmission, the seven-speed automatic transmission with its wide ratio spread guarantees a noticeably lower engine speed level. This makes a key contribution to reducing the vehicle’s fuel consumption. The efficiency of the power train is further significantly improved by the fuel-economy converter, reduced-friction bearings and transmission oil heat management.

The AMG SPEEDSHIFT PLUS 7G-TRONIC has three individual driving programs, which can be selected at the press of a button in the centre console: Controlled Efficiency (C), Sport (S) and Manual (M). In modes S and M the emphasis is on sportiness: maximum emotive appeal combined with truly perceivable dynamics is ensured by the brief, precisely defined cutback of ignition and injection during upshifts under full load; this shortens the shift times and lends an audibly more emotive tone to gearshifts. The ECO start/stop function is always activated in transmission mode "C".

Lithium-ion battery reduces weight by over 20 kilograms

Like the S 63 AMG, the S 65 AMG features a lithium-ion battery. This innovative technology offers numerous advantages over a conventional battery concept: with a capacity of 78 Ah, the lithium-ion battery replaces both the starter battery and the backup battery – resulting in a weight saving of over 20 kilograms. The high-performance battery is relatively insensitive to cold temperatures and has compact dimensions. S 63 AMG and S 65 AMG are the world’s first volume-produced vehicles with such a battery concept.

AMG sports suspension with MAGIC BODY CONTROL

The S 65 AMG features as standard the AMG sports suspension based on MAGIC BODY CONTROL. The new S-Class is the first car in the world able to recognise road surface undulations in advance. If ROAD SURFACE SCAN detects such undulations with the help of the stereo camera, MAGIC BODY CONTROL adjusts the suspension in advance to suit the situation. The "Comfort" and "Sport" modes are available for a driver-defined suspension setup. While AMG-specific elastokinematics on the 4-link front axle and multi-link independent rear suspension make for greater directness when a dynamic driving style is adopted, the AMG sports suspension based on MAGIC BODY CONTROL ensures the proverbial Mercedes long-distance comfort.

The S 65 AMG is equipped as standard with ESP® Dynamic Cornering Assist. Targeted braking intervention at the inside rear wheel results in defined cornering of the vehicle and ensures greater agility when taking corners at high speed. There is no irritating understeer when turning into corners.

AMG speed-sensitive sports steering with variable steering ratio

Electromechanical AMG speed-sensitive sports steering with variable steering ratio is the perfect complement this greatly enhances vehicle handling and agility while maintaining driving safety at high speeds. In "Comfort" suspension mode, the AMG speed-sensitive sports steering enhances comfort by providing more steering assistance. If the "Sport" suspension setting is selected, on the other hand, the driver feels a more sportily stiff level of steering assistance. The pre-programmed curves for power assistance enhance feedback from the roadway and steering precision.

AMG light-alloy wheels based on systematic lightweight construction

For the first time, the S 65 AMG is available exclusively with AMG forged light-alloy wheels. This design reduces weight while increasing strength. The result is lower unsprung masses, giving advantages in terms of handling and spring/damper element response. In the standard specification, the S 65 AMG is fitted with AMG multi-spoke light-alloy wheels, ceramic, high-gloss polished – front: 8.5 x 20, rear: 9.5 x 20, tyre sizes 255/40 R 20 and 285/35 R 20.
The multi-spoke light-alloy wheels can be considered a reinterpretation of the traditional spoked wheels from the 1930s – such as the ones used in the legendary 540 K Mercedes dream car. The exclusive forged wheels on the S 65 AMG fascinate through their exceptional design: each of the 16 spokes is twisted, which causes the light-catching contours to radiate to the centre of the wheel hub. The effect: the wheel gives the impression of being even bigger. An additional high-grade detail is the screw-in, fully integrated wheel bolt cover of forged metal. Its shape is reminiscent of a centre lock as seen in motorsport. The design also allows an unobscured view of the AMG high-performance braking system.

The matchless visual superiority of the AMG forged wheels is due to an elaborate finishing process: initial polishing is followed by manual grinding of the light-alloy wheels. Two polishing stages using different grinding pellets ensure the desired deep sheen. Having been cleaned, the wheel undergoes final treatment, including sealing with clear varnish.

Alternatively, three other AMG forged wheels of the same size are optionally available. The 10-spoke design is available painted in titanium grey and polished or painted in matt black with a high-sheen rim flange – and likewise features a screw-in, fully integrated wheel bolt cover of forged metal. Alternatively, AMG forged wheels in a 5-twin-spoke design painted in titanium grey with a high-sheen finish and a black wheel bolt cover are available.
AMG ceramic high-performance composite braking system as an option

Extremely short stopping distances and rapid deceleration are a given for any AMG high-performance car. And the S 63 AMG is no exception as it is equipped with a weight-optimised AMG high-performance composite braking system. An AMG ceramic high-performance composite braking system is also available as an option. The more than 20 percent lighter design ensures lower unsprung masses as well as enhanced driving dynamics, agility and ride comfort. In addition, the system has a longer service life, is more resistant to corrosion and has higher thermal stability. The AMG ceramic high-performance composite braking system has front brake discs with a diameter of 420 millimetres and is recognisable by the "AMG Carbon Ceramic" logo on the specially painted brake callipers.

Design: Sensual clarity is combined with dynamism and exclusivity

The S 65 AMG shows off its exceptional status not just with regard to its technology, but also in terms of design. The sensual clarity typical of Mercedes-Benz, with its classic architecture and flowing profile, is combined with expressive elements typical of AMG. Luxurious and stately, powerful and exclusive, dynamic and prestigious – the S 65 AMG is a true eye-catcher with a self-assured presence. The large, upright and distinctly three-dimensional V12 radiator grille with its six twin louvres in high-gloss chrome underlines the car’s special status. An exciting contrast to this is provided by the front apron with its three large cooling air intakes. The front section sports the AMG-typical, stylised "A" to emphasise the powerful exclusivity of the S 65 AMG.

High-gloss chrome – this design element is used to exclusive effect in the S 65 AMG. An eye-catching appearance, especially in combination with dark paint colours, is guaranteed by the grilles and flics (air deflectors) on the side air intakes. The three-dimensional front splitter in high-gloss chrome reduces lift on the front axle, while the gap above the front splitter ensures an effective flow of air to the separate engine oil cooler behind it. Also in high-gloss chrome are the inserts in the side sill panels and the trim of the high-gloss black rear diffuser insert. Customers who attach greater value to an understated look have the option of ordering the grilles and flics in high-gloss black.

Further exclusive design features include the "V12 BITURBO" lettering on the wings and the "S 65 AMG" model badge on the boot lid – both in new, modern typography. The AMG sports exhaust system with its two chrome-plated, separate twin tailpipes is a source of fascination both visually and acoustically.

Exciting equipment and appointments together with supreme quality in the interior

Exclusivity and luxury, combined with emphatically sporty design elements – the interior of the S 65 AMG fascinates through its exceptional feel, highest-grade materials and exquisite quality. The defining features are the upholstery in exclusive nappa leather with seat upholstery layout in an exclusive diamond-pattern design. The delineated perforations in the leather upholstery of the AMG sports seats are a special highlight: there are intentionally no perforations in the nappa leather wherever there is contrasting topstitching. The result is extraordinarily neat seams and an unrivalled impression of quality. Other features of the Exclusive package include the nappa leather roof liner, leather-lined dashboard, door centre panels in a diamond-pattern design, leather-clad roof grab handles, additional wood trim and AMG stainless-steel door sill panels illuminated in white. Customers ordering Exclusive nappa leather upholstery are able to choose between black, satin beige/espresso brown, nut brown/black, porcelain/black and crystal grey/seashell grey.
Exclusively developed AMG sports seats provide the guarantee of optimal long-distance comfort. Electric adjustment, memory function, seat heating and climate control are standard features. As an additional bonus, newly contoured seat cushions and backrests improve lateral support when cornering at speed. High-quality AMG badges on all four seat backrests are part of the standard specification, while embossed AMG emblems can be found on the front and – in the case of individual rear seats – also on the rear centre console. Further AMG emblems are included on the trim of the seat backs.

The 2-spoke AMG sports steering wheel allows perfect vehicle control. The distinctly contoured steering wheel rim is covered with nappa leather, with perforated leather in the grip area. The insert is provided with characteristic AMG lettering. Aluminium shift paddles allow manual gear selection. To the right of the AMG sports steering wheel between the air vents is a high-quality analogue clock in an exclusive IWC design: this features three-dimensional, milled metal hands and genuine metal appliqués on the dial. High-grade chrome-plated door pins with AMG logo round off the exquisite S 65 AMG interior.

AMG instrument cluster with animated round dials

The AMG instrument cluster with two animated round dials appears on the high-resolution TFT colour display. In addition to the AMG-specific lettering and the needles in red/silver, the typical AMG look includes the AMG logo in the speedometer with 360 km/h scale (left) and the "V12 BITURBO" lettering in the rev counter (right). An animated AMG start-up display is shown on the right-hand display. The AMG main menu has a digital speedometer and a permanent gear display in the upper section. In transmission mode "M", the driver is also prompted to perform an upshift shortly before the rpm limit is reached. Two additional round dials provide information on the engine oil and transmission oil temperatures when the driver selects "Warm up" from the AMG menu. "Set Up" displays the transmission and suspension mode as well as the activated ESP® mode. Visual feedback is by means of an animated S 65 AMG on the TFT display between speedometer and rev counter.

Head-up display for enhanced comfort and safety

Two new innovative developments are fitted in the S 65 AMG as standard: the head-up display and the touchpad. The head-up display projects important information such as vehicle speed, speed limits, navigation information, traffic signs and information from DISTRONIC PLUS onto the windscreen. The virtual colour display of size 21 x 7 centimetres appears to float on the bonnet at a distance of about two metres from the driver. This means that the head-up display is perfectly positioned in the driver’s field of view. He or she is able to take in relevant information without having to look away from what is happening on the road ahead. In addition, the display shows the digital speed, engine speed and currently selected gear. In manual transmission mode, a coloured upshift bar and the possible gears for a manual gear change are projected onto the windscreen.

The brightness of the high-contrast display is automatically adjusted to suit the ambient brightness. The driver can also adjust the brightness to his or her preference. The position of the head-up display on the windscreen is height-adjustable and can be saved using the memory function.

Innovative touchpad for significantly easier operation

The new, innovative Mercedes-Benz touchpad makes it significantly easier to operate radio, telephone and navigation system. Unlike in conventional systems, the touchpad makes it possible to operate all infotainment functions. The input area is approximately 6.5 x 4.5 centimetres in size and is integrated into the handrest with a cover for the keypad. The touchpad can be controlled in the same way as a smartphone or tablet PC: it can recognise one- and two-finger gestures, swipe gestures and zoom gestures through intuitive widening and narrowing of the fingers. It is also possible to enter letters, numbers and special characters using handwriting. Every language available in COMAND Online is possible. The touchpad is designed with high-quality surfaces in high-gloss black and silver shadow.

The control surface of the new touchpad is integrated in the handrest of the central control unit, allowing safe and comfortable input. Behind the touch surface are three touch-sensitive keys which can be used to control important functions quickly and directly: back function, favourites menu, audio quick menu. The user receives clear haptic feedback when operating the touchpad control surface and the keys. Another highlight is the new hand resting recognition feature: a three-dimensional sensor signal is evaluated in order to detect whether the driver’s hand is simply resting on the handrest or whether the driver is actually making an input with one or two fingers. This prevents incorrect inputs and improves the safety of operation. The driver can choose at any time which input method they prefer. As an alternative to the touchpad, the driver can also use the COMAND controller and LINGUATRONIC for the control of radio, telephone and navigation system.

Also included in the standard equipment package of the S 65 AMG (selection):

  • AIR-BALANCE package
  • AMG full-pile footmats, with edging in nappa leather and AMG badge in solid metal
  • AMG sports pedals of brushed stainless steel with rubber studs
  • Ambient lighting
  • Burmester® high-end 3D surround sound system
  • Chauffeur package
  • Exclusive package
  • COMAND Online
  • Driving Assistance package Plus
  • KEYLESS-GO package
  • Convenience telephony
  • 10 loudspeakers with Frontbass
  • LED Intelligent Light System
  • Media Interface
  • Metallic paintwork
  • Panoramic sliding sunroof
  • Parking package
  • Tyre pressure loss warning system
  • Electrically adjustable rear seats
  • Seat Comfort package incl. ENERGIZING massage function
  • Sun Protection package
  • Exclusive trim package

Numerous personalisation options are available from the AMG Performance Studio (selection):

  • AMG Exterior Carbon-Fibre package
  • AMG ceramic high-performance composite braking system
  • AMG performance steering wheel in nappa leather/DINAMICA, black
  • AMG trim in carbon fibre/black piano lacquer
  • Brake callipers, painted red
  • Additional optional extras (selection):
  • 360° camera
  • Business Telephony in the rear
  • designo appointments packages
  • Executive seat
  • First-Class rear suite
  • Individual Entertainment System in the rear
  • Folding tables in the rear
  • Warmth Comfort package

Intelligent Drive: new standards in safety

The S 65 AMG also sets new standards in terms of active and passive safety: what began with PRE-SAFE® ten years ago and continued with DISTRONIC PLUS is now leading to a new dimension in driving. Comfort and safety have merged into one. Mercedes-Benz calls this "Intelligent Drive". New systems make the new S-Class even more comfortable and safer:

  • Rear PRE-SAFE® package
  • Night View Assist Plus

World premiere in November, market launch in 2014

Like the previous model, the new S 65 AMG is available exclusively with a long wheelbase. The AMG V12 saloon will celebrate its double world premiere simultaneously at the Los Angeles International Auto Show and at the Tokyo Motor Show (both: 20 November to 1 December 2013). The market launch will start in March 2014; the price in Germany (incl. 19% VAT):

S 65 AMG: € 232,050

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