2021 Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupe Interior and Cargo

Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupe Interior & Cargo Rating

2021 AMG S63 Coupe Interior

2021 AMG S63 Coupe Interior Photos

2021 Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupe Dashboard Mercedes-Benz
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Seating and Interior Space

Mercedes may have launched an all-new S-Class sedan with a sensational cabin, but the 2-door S63 Coupe's interior feels nothing short of opulent and expensive. No matter where you sit, you'll find plenty of soft-touch materials and plush Nappa leather seats. Of course, those in front get more space to stretch out, but the back seat is actually quite comfortable too as long as you're not over six-feet tall. The only real concern here is a lack of foot space, so one does feel a bit confined over longer distances. Both front seats come with heating, ventilation, massaging, and 12-way power-adjustability. It's a bit trickier climbing into the back, but that's true of any sports coupe or sports car, and at least the soft-close doors are a convenient and upscale touch. Owners should also watch out for those long doors in tighter parking spots.

2021 Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupe Interior Dimensions:

Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupe TrimsAMG S63 4MATIC Coupe
Headroom Front Seat40 in.
Headroom Back Seat36.7 in.
Legroom Front Seat41.7 in.
Legroom Back Seat33.4 in.
Shoulder Room Front57 in.
Shoulder Room Rear51.4 in.
Hip Room, Front60.6 in.
Hip Room, Rear54.1 in.

Interior Colors and Materials

2021 AMG S63 Coupe Trunk and Cargo Space

The S63 has a reasonable trunk size measuring 14.1 cubic feet. That's enough for essential activities like visiting the grocery store or for a weekend away for two, but it's also not a massive amount of space considering the sheer size of the coupe. In the cabin, there are some useful storage options for small items such as the door pockets, a small drawer in the center console in addition to the center console armrest compartment, and cupholders for both front and rear occupants. The glovebox is a decent size and rear-seat occupants have their own fold-down armrest with an integrated storage compartment.

2021 Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupe Trunk and Cargo Space Photos

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2021 Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupe Cargo Dimensions:

Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupe TrimsAMG S63 4MATIC Coupe
Trunk Volume14.1 cu. ft.

2021 AMG S63 Coupe Infotainment and Features


The new AMG S63 luxury coupe has a long list of standard features that would be more than what most of us are used to in a car, but at the price, it's what we'd expect. We'll start with the truly luxurious front seats; they're 12-way power-adjustable, can massage your tired posterior, and are both heated and ventilated. The rear seats can also be heated, but this is an optional extra. S63 drivers typically want to expend as little energy as possible on mundane vehicle functions, which explains why this coupe has a garage door opener, hands-free access, soft-closing doors, keyless go, remote start, and a power sunshade for the large panorama roof. Modern Mercedes models have always dazzled with their interior ambient lighting, and the S63 is no different thanks to a 64-color LED ambient lighting system.

A plethora of safety gear includes blind-spot assist, rear cross-traffic alert, an active parking assistant, and a surround-view camera system. Despite all these standard niceties, we imagine that many owners would choose to tick the box for adaptive cruise control. For the discerning customer, Swarovski crystal accents for the headlights, night vision, and heated front armrests are on offer.


The older COMAND infotainment system is still used in the S63 Coupe, and while it requires some familiarity, the combination of a touchpad controller, hard keys, and a rotary knob allow you to navigate its many functions quite efficiently. This system is linked to a 12.3-inch color central display and a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster with vivid graphics. We like that this display can mimic a traditional round gauge cluster, instead of BMW's edgier but less legible design. Mercedes has loaded its infotainment offering with nearly every feature in this car, which means you get Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Bluetooth audio streaming, navigation, two USB ports, HD Radio, and SiriusXM satellite radio. The standard Burmester sound system has 13 speakers, but a more powerful 3D system with 25 speakers can be equipped. Other features include an SD card reader, a head-up display, and wireless charging. About the only thing that's missing is a wi-fi hotspot, but this is available as an optional extra.

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