When it comes to cars like this, power matters. And the E63 S has 603 horses to brag about. That’s too many horses for a rear-wheel-drive platform that also needs to be practical, so AWD is offered as standard. You can disengage it if the need for sideways antics strikes, but be warned. When the car says everything is switched off, it really is switched off. There isn’t a last-second electronic nanny that’s going to save the day. As the halo model in the E-Class range, the E63 S is equipped with 20-inch alloys, heated and ventilated front seats, and dual 12.3-inch displays. We do find it odd that you have to pay extra for the driver assistance features.
Heat/Noise Insulated Infrared Laminated Glass
AMG Carbon Fiber Exterior Mirror Covers, AMG Carbon Fiber Trunk Lid Spoiler
Active Emergency Stop Assist, Evasive Steering Assist, Active Blind Spot Assist and Active Lane Keeping Assist, PRE-SAFE PLUS Rear End Collision Protection, Active Distance Assist DISTRONIC, Active Steering Assist, Active Brake Assist w/Cross-Traffic Function, Speed Limit Assist, Active Speed Limit Assist, Extended Restart by Stop & Go, Active Lane Change Assist, PRESAFE Impulse Side, Route Based Speed Adaptation
LED Intelligent Light System, Adaptive Highbeam Assist
Power Rear-Window Sunshade, Rear Window Manual Roller Blinds