2021 Manhart ER 800
In stock form the E63 S has enough power to take on models like the M5. It is in fact a fair fight: 603 horsepower vs. 591 horsepower! But what happens when the BMW M5 is updated to deliver around 800 horsepower (well, 789 horsepower to be more exact)? Think about models like MH5 800 developed by Manhart. Well, in this case you need the E63 S to deliver more power too. And it is the same Manhart that has the solution for you: the ER 800 with its 800 horsepower!
2022 Brabus 900 Rocket Edition
Brabus’ previous Rocket 900 program was based on the Mercedes-AMG GT63 S. Now, the same treatment was applied to the Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 S Coupe. And no, it is not because the SUV’s standard 603 horsepower are not enough, but because Brabus wants to continue its tradition of building the fastest cars in the world.
And now it’s time to meet the Brabus 900 Rocket Edition or, actually, the world’s fastest SUV!
2022 Mercedes AMG SL63
The next-generation Mercedes AMG SL63 has repeatedly been spotted out testing. The car is slowly being unveiled, as it features less camouflage every time. In fact, the new AMG SL63 is showing us almost all o its design features. Compared to models like the SLS AMG and its successor, the AMG GT, it was always a bit on the softer side in terms of the overall driving characteristics. However, things are about to change with this new generation, as it is the first SL, developed by AMG. What will this mean for the SL’s current target group?
2023 Mercedes-Benz EQB
Mercedes had unveiled the EQB back at the Shanghai Auto Show earlier this year, but it brought it to Munich and displayed it at the IAA Mobility Show as well. The EQB is the second model after the EQA and will be offered as a five-seater with an option to equip the third row. It is loaded to the gills in terms of features and will be offered in two trims Stateside – the EQB 300 and the EQB 350. The crossover is expected to arrive in 2022 as a 2023 model.
2023 Mercedes-Benz EQE
Mercedes-Benz was quite active at the 2021 IAA Mobility Show. It came up with five vehicles there, which included the AMG EQS, the EQG Concept, the EQB crossover, and the Maybach EQS SUV. Among this lot was also the EQE, an E-Class-based electric sedan. This baby EQS is loaded to the gills and seems like a sweet package at the onset. The only fly in the ointment is the availability of the single-motor setup, to begin with, but a dual-motor setup EQE and an AMG EQE will arrive in the future.
2022 Mercedes EQG Concept
Mercedes went on an electrification spree at the 2021 IAA Mobility Show in Munich, Germany. One of the cars unveiled here was the EQG, the EQ electric equivalent of the legendary G-Class SUV, or more popularly known as the G-Wagen. The off-roader is one of the most iconic models ever built and is still going strong despite its boxy and old-school demeanor. In fact, that is the one thing that’s still attracting purists.
The company showcased the EQG Concept that follows a similar path, but with a lot of new tech. This is said to be a near-production concept, so we can expect the real deal to be revealed by next year, perhaps.
2021 Mercedes-AMG GT53 4-Door - Driven
Five years into its lifecycle, and the AMG GT sports car has grown into its own dedicated lineup that includes a convertible and the car you see here – a sedan that Mercedes markets as a four-door… ahem… 4-door coupe. This specific model blends the sporty essence of the coupe with the comfort, practicality, and family friendliness of a traditional sedan. We got to spend an entire week with the AMG GT53 – the middleman between the new GT43 and the GT63 (and GT63 S) to see just what it’s like to live with the sportiest four-door car Mercedes makes.
2023 Mercedes-AMG EQS 53 4MATIC+
Mercedes-Benz unveiled the EQS earlier this year. This electric S-Class equivalent came with a whole lot of impressive specs and features that put it right on top of the EQ hierarchy. To elevate it to the next level, the German automaker introduced the AMG variant of the EQS called the EQS 53 4MATIC+ that comes with a lot more power and a few other mechanical upgrades. While it’s still not Tesla Model S Plaid-level performance, specs like 750+ horses will surely pull a lot of potential customers.
2021 Mercedes-Maybach EQS
2023 Mercedes-AMG GT 63S E - The Most Powerful Production Vehicle From Mercedes Ever!
The first Mercedes-AMG performance plug-in hybrid is here and it is inspired by technology from F1. The new drivetrain arrives in the flagship GT four-door coupe model called the GT 63S E Performance. It will churn out over 800 horses and 1,000 pound-feet of torque, which makes it the most powerful Mercedes-AMG product ever It even comes with specs like 2.9 seconds to 62 mph, top speed of 196 mph to make it once heck of a performance car. This, right here, is the future!
2022 Mercedes AMG GT 63 S by Brabus & Fostla
The Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S, is a high-end sedan with four usable seats, a trunk, and stratospheric performance. It has now undergone a further transformation by German tuners Brabus and has been sublimated by Fostla.de Concepts. The list of modifications carried out is rather exhaustive.
Mercedes G-Class Carbon Wide Track Edition by Kahn Automobiles
Kahn Automobiles is known for its radical builds, and this time, it has come up with one for the Mercedes G-Class. This special edition is all about carbon fiber treatment for the boxy SUV and it suits its demeanor. Adding pizzazz and oomph to the already desirable SUV, the Carbon Wide Track Edition by the U.K.-based tuner is exactly what you need to set yourself apart from other G-Class SUVs on the road.
2021 Posaidon RS 830+
Posaidon has produced a number of RS 830+ packages. The first ones were based on the AMG S63 and the AMG GT 4-Door, and the newest one is based on the AMG GT R Roadster. In standard form, the AMG GT R Roadster delivers a total of 585 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque, but Posaidon found a solution to further increase the final output of the V-8 engine.
The tuner added two completely new, ball-bearing, high-performance turbochargers, forged high-performance pistons, a sports air filter, improved fuel pumps, and high-performance spark plugs. As a result the engine now delivers a total of 880 horsepower and 737 pound-feet of torque! Thanks to the extra 295 horsepower and all the updates the 0 to 60 mph sprint is now made in 2.9 seconds.
Top speed also goes up to an impressive 223 mph. And, if 880 horsepower is a little bit too much for you, Posaidon has two more options for you. The first one is called RS 830 - and it only delivers 830 horsepower and 700 pound-feet of torque. There is also an entry-level version that delivers 780 horsepower and 626 pound-feet of torque
And finally, there is a version that only includes software optimization and delivers 670 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque, which is still a very nice improvement over the factory numbers.