How Is The Mercedes-AMG E63 S So Shockingly Smooth When Near 200 MPH

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The power of German engineering strikes again.

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This video taken on the Autobahn depicts a stunning matte black model equipped with the AMG Driver's Package along with the standard 603 horsepower 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8. With an impressive all-wheel drive system, this car launches from 0-62 mph in 3.4 seconds, but equally impressive is its murderous top speed.

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With the dream-worthy car on hand and a relatively empty derestricted autobahn, there's really not much of a better way to see how the Mercedes sprits. After putting it into race mode, the car is off, belching its classic AMG roar unimpeded by the turbochargers. From the driver's point of view, the surroundings blur past and one can almost see knuckles go white, though the smooth and high quality German engineering seems to have made it so that the driver does not need to expend a lot of effort to keep the car straight all the way up to the 187 mph mark.

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