2019 Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupe Review
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2019 Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupe Review

Car Tested: 2019 Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupe; Road Test No. 1123; Test Location: Mumbai

Price OTR Mumbai: Rs. 2,88,17,404/-

The S63 Coupe combines the power of the AMG GT and the opulence of the S-Class

The world’s oldest car manufacturer has produced some of the greatest cars of all time. One of them is undoubtedly the S-Class. The saloon is famous for being titled as the best car in the world and its coupe and convertible counterparts provide supreme comfort with sexy styling and some credibility on the driving front. Mercedes-AMG has introduced the facelifted version of the S63 Coupe and we are going to see if the changes are skin deep.

Motor Quest: Mercedes-Benz introduced the S-Class in 1972 and all its generations have had the coupe and convertible versions. The last generation coupe was named CL but for the current model, Mercedes decided to go with the S-Class tag. The Grand Tourer is available in India since 2016 in the performance spec 63-AMG form receiving an update late last year.

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The S63’s elegant design has a dash of sportiness

Exteriors – The S-Class coupe looks stunning and there are no two ways about it. It looks exceedingly elegant and gentleman-like in the standard form and only adds a sufficient dash of sportiness in the AMG form. The front has the signature ‘Panamericana’ grille, sculpted bumpers and intricately designed headlights. The headlights are also encrusted in Swarovski crystals! The long bonnet gives the car a traditional coupe silhouette and the proportion adds to the character of this GT.

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These tail lights are OLED units

The long bonnet and the sloping roofline give the S63 a breathtaking stance

The rear gets a new pair of tail lights with a chequered pattern in them. There are changes to the bumpers and the exhaust tips look nice. However, the design does not look too different compared to smaller and less expensive Mercedes two-doors like the C-Class cabriolet. We would have liked more distinction. What buyers will love is the fact that there are a variety of colours, rim options and add-ons to make the exterior even swankier.