Here they go again! Mansory has just turned a beauty into a beast. And what came out of this process is grand and fierce: the Mansory Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupe.
The German tuning house dressed the Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupe in an all-carbon fiber body kit, including a new front bumper that integrates the LED daytime running lights and front fenders with new air outlets.
Something that is a real eye-catcher is the new vented hood Mansory-branded, together with the spoiler rising up from the tailgate and a very daring air difusser. Also the rear glass has a brand-new frame and the rear bumper also integrates wide gaping air outlets.
All that is carried around by massive 22-inchi multi-spoke wheels wrapped in Vredstein Ultrac Sessanta rubber, with 255/30 at the front and 295/25 at the rear. Mansory promises some extra driving delight with an optional suspension model that can lower the ride height by 30 millimeter.
Mansory didn’t go public with the interior of their new S63 Coupe, so we’ll have to take their word for it: custom floor mats, aluminium pedals, illuminated door sill trims and leather upholstery for the exquisite atmosphere that only an S-Class can guarantee, no matter the guise.
As for the power boost… this is what we’ve all been waiting for, right? The 5.5-liter twin-turbo V8 of the Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupe in the Mansory version comes with option. The richer the bank account, the bigger the power. Customers can even select the… please, take a seat, the last thing we’d want is to get you dizzy: 1000 HP!
If this sounds familiar, it is only because you have seen something similar. Mansory brought a matt egray version at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Check it out here: The 1000 HP Mansory bullet: the S63 Coupe Black Edition.