Regardless of the overuse of words like "elegance, comfort, and luxury" that most of the older generation will use to describe a Mercedes-Benz, the German automaker has shown that they are more than capable and quite willing to loosen their ties, scruff up their hair, and produce cars that are nothing short of menacing. Take, for example, Mercedes-Benz's E-Class, a beautiful executive car that does everything an executive car should do, but why stop there? Mercedes certainly didn't; they concluded that the best thing to do was throw in a very angry engine that could take the car and its four doors from 0-62mph in under three seconds. That car is now called the Mercedes Benz AMG GT 63 S, and this 2020 example is currently up for sale.
Let's be clear about one thing; nobody is going to mistake the AMG GT 63 S for a regular E-Class. The car looks aggressive and intimidating, with its imposing panoramic front grille and large air vents on the bumper feeding cold air to external radiators. The car's long wheelbase is noticeable when viewed from the side but is a treat for the eyes when seen in the magnificent Jupiter Red paint as worn by this example. The car sits on a set of blacked-out 10-spoke wheels that safeguard the massive 6-piston calipers upfront. For the rear end, the AMG GT 63 S gets a carbon fiber wing, a pair of sleek taillights, and an aggressive diffuser with quad exhaust pipes to let out angry growls. The interior, while different, will still feel familiar to those who have driven a modern Mercede-Benz. However, a little bit of racing heritage is very much apparent, especially with the flat-bottom Alcantara steering wheel and AMG Performance seats upfront. Still, the black leather interior of this car is welcoming and doesn't compromise on comfort and functionality, especially with its wireless phone charging capability and wide 12.3 inch that supports Apple Car Play.
Of course, the star of this 2020 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT 63 is its mighty 4.0L twin-turbo AMG V8 that is ready to send 630hp to its Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2s via a dual-clutch nine-speed automatic transmission with 4matic+. The 0-60 is something we don't recommend finding out on public roads, although the AMG GT 63 S has done it in 2.9 seconds. As for top speeds, you'll be lucky to find a stretch that will allow you to reach its 195mph limit.
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