At the Geneva Motor Show, Mansory will unveil a heavily modified
Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupe.
Highlights include a masculine body, 986-horsepower engine and interior
The exterior features new LED day driving lights, larger air inlets and lightweight hood with integrated NACA nozzles. New carbon fiber front fender at the front and the seamlessly integrated spacers on rear fenders widen the sides by 50 millimeters. The roof spoiler and rear lip made of carbon fiber as well as the diffuser style designed rear bumper, complete the sporty look.
The Mansory sports exhaust for the Diamond Edition is responsible for a throaty and imposing sound. The rear silencer, which is made from stainless steel with its angular twin tailpipes, is integrated into the newly designed rear section.
Mansory has completely revised the engine of the S63 AMG and installed new connecting rods, big end bearings, crankshaft, bearing bushings, turbocharger, suction and compressor system. Together with the newly conceived pipe fan manifolds this results in an impressive 985 hp (735 kW) while the maximum torque climbs to an electronically limited 1,033 lb-ft (1,400 Nm) at 1,500-3,500 rpm.
As for the perfect rim and tire combination, Mansory recommends 22-inch Multispoke alloy wheel with tires in size 255/30 ZR22 on the front axle and 295/25 ZR22 on the rear axle.
For the interior, Mansory offers aluminum pedals, newly designed steering wheel, a set of foot mats, as well as illuminated door sill trims. A highlight of the interior refinement are the hand-shirred and expertly stitched seats. On request Mansory will individualize the complete interior in their in-house saddlery with leather, carbon, wood or other exclusive materials.