Video of the Mercedes S63 AMG driving

by Alex

A new 10 minutes high quality driving video of the 2011 S63 AMG sports sedan has been revealed by Mercedes. So just sit back and enjoy the cool riding video.

The 2011 S63 AMG derives it power from a newly build AMG 5.5 liter V8 bi-turbo engine. The bi-turbo V8 engine churns out a peak power output ranging from 544 HP to 571 HP. The maximum torque produced by the V8 engine goes up to 900 NM. The new engine empowers the Mercedes S63 AMG to sprint from 0 mph to 60 mph at rocketing speeds, in 4.5 seconds flat. The top speed delivered by the engine is registered at 155 mph. With an added AMG Performance package the rocketing sprint from 0 mph to 60 mph would come down to 4.4 seconds. It would also boost the car with a top speed to go as high as 186 mph.

After watching this video we are sure one question would pop into your head about the car; is it Audi, BMW or what?

Source: topspeed

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