The S65 sedan is kitted out from head to toe in the finest features Mercedes-AMG has to offer. On the outside, the S65 Sedan, which rolls around on a stunning set of 20-inch AMG wheels, features ultra-wide LED headlights, a surround-view camera system as well as rain-sensing window wipers and an auto-dimming driver’s side mirror. Under the skin lurks a hand-assembled 6.0-liter twin-turbocharged V12 engine, which pushes out 621 hp and 738 lb-ft of torque. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a seven-speed automatic transmission. Inside, the real wood, or carbon fiber, and exclusive Nappa leather seats transports passengers to a place beyond five stars, and features such as 64-color LED ambient lighting, four-zone climate control, wireless phone charging, and massage front seats cement the S65’s place at the top of the Merc pile.
For those whose bank accounts won't even be scratched by the S65's asking price, the options list offers a few interesting deals, ranging from exclusive exterior paint options and interior trim pieces to true performance upgrades. Starting with the exterior, new owners can splurge on a $3,950 designo Cashmere Magno paint job, or throw some AMG carbon fiber bits at the body, which includes front air dam inserts, side mirror covers and side sill inserts for only $5,300. Inside, you can get semi-aniline two-tone leather upholstery for $1,000 or an executive rear seat package, which adds four-place dual-power rear seats with folding tables and heated and cooled cupholders, all for just $1,950. The $4,950 Magic Sky Control panoramic roof uses electric current to change the transparency of the glass from dark to light in mere seconds and gives the S65 a true sci-fi feel. For the professional getaway driver, the $8,950 AMG ceramic composite brakes cut down unsprung weight and offer better braking performance for longer and harder driving sessions.