Yesterday was the world premiere of the Mercedes-AMG S63 E Performance. In addition, the E Performance hybrid system is now available in three Mercedes-AMG models that are mass-produced.
There is an increased power battery capacity of 13.1 kWh on the new AMG S 63 E PERFORMANCE as it is equipped with a new AMG power battery. A pure electric vehicle has a maximum combined power of 590 kW (802 horsepower), a maximum combined torque of 1430 Nm and a maximum range of 33 kilometers when cruising at a speed of 33 kilometers per hour. With an acceleration of 3.3 seconds, it is officially called “the most powerful S-class sedan in history”.
The AMG S-Class sedan is equipped with numerous technologies, including the AMG Active Roll Stabilization System, AMG Dynamic Engine Mounts, Active Rear Wheel Steering, and is also the first S-Class sedan in history to adopt the unique AMG waterfall grille design.
In terms of power, the new Mercedes-AMG S 63 E PERFORMANCE, following the Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S E PERFORMANCE and the new Mercedes-AMG C 63 S E PERFORMANCE, is again equipped with the E PERFORMANCE hybrid power derived from F1 racing cars The combination of a 4.0-liter V8 turbocharged engine, a permanent magnet synchronous motor and a high-performance battery independently developed by Affalterbach brings a maximum comprehensive output power of 590 kW (802 horsepower) and a comprehensive output power of up to 1430 N·m. Peak torque, equipped with the AMG driving package, its top speed can be as high as 290 km / h.
HPB high-performance power batteries are characterized by their lithium-ion energy storage system which was independently developed by Affalterbach, and it is based on the hybrid technology found in F1 racing cars. Designing quantitatively is an important part of the process. In addition, the battery also possesses the characteristics of rapid energy replenishment and high power density, as well as an increase in capacity from 6.1 kWh of the original HPB 80 battery to 13.1 kWh of the HPB 150 battery. In addition, the new AMG S 63 E PERFORMANCE is equipped with the same 4.0-litre V8 biturbo engine as the Mercedes-AMG GT R at the front, mated to the AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT 9-speed transmission.
The new AMG S 63 E PERFORMANCE is equipped with L2-level driving assistance system as standard. The official said that it will provide L3-level driving assistance systems in the future after the Mercedes-Benz S-Class sedan and pure electric EQS. DRIVE PILOT driving navigation system for automatic driving.
In terms of design, the new Mercedes-AMG S 63 E PERFORMANCE is the first AMG S-Class four-door sedan to adopt the AMG family’s iconic waterfall grille. The silver/black AMG logo on the hood replaces the three-pointed star emblem. It is equipped with 21-inch AMG forged wheels and AMG side skirts, as well as trapezoidal double exhaust tailpipes and a large diffuser at the rear.
Entering the car, the new AMG S 63 E PERFORMANCE adopts a steering wheel with a biplane design and is equipped with the MBUX intelligent human-computer interaction system. As the first AMG model equipped with the Dolby Atmos system, the new AMG S 63 E PERFORMANCE supports a 360-degree multi-dimensional sound field experience. When the pure electric mode is selected, the vehicle can also emit pedestrian alerts inside and outside the body.