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Mercedes S-Class Coupe Configurator Goes Live

Mercedes S-Class Coupe Configurator Goes Live

It may not be a sports car in the general sense, but the new Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe may be one of the prettiest two-doors available today. If you are like most people, and don’t have at least $119,000 to blow on a new Mercedes, but you would still like to dream about it, head over to MBUSA.com right now. The site has the S-Class Coupe’s configuration tool live, so you can create a perfect custom S-Class Coupe to call your own.

I decided to start with an S63 AMG model (base MSRP $160,000). I like the Lunar Blue Metallic paint, 20-inch silver alloys and the Exterior Carbon Fiber package. Of course I also added the carbon-ceramic brakes. For the inside, I went with Saddle Brown and Black Nappa leather, and the Black Poplar trim. The only other option I would take is the upgrade to the Burmester surround system. Grand total for my build is a whopping $182,445.

Why don’t you run over and build your own new Mercedes. Drop your chosen options and final price in the comments. Bonus points for screenshots. Continue reading to find out more information on some of the other options and colors, as well as getting a chance to check out photos of my chosen car.

See you guys in the comments.

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2014 Mercedes S63 AMG Configurator Launched

2014 Mercedes S63 AMG Configurator Launched

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.

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