New S65 AMG Gets Naked for Commercial Shoot

Mercedes-AMG

Set to be unveiled at the LA Auto Show in November.

Sightings of the beastly S65 AMG have been few and far between. We first caught the potent S Class lapping the Nurburgring, giving us an excellent opportunity to see and hear the 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 motivate the top-of-the-line model. Now we have a chance to see the car without any camo as a commercial was being shot in Rotterdam, Holland. Courtesy of Gnepiah, the video shows the new S65 will sport a chromed front grille, a new bumper sporting a shiny mesh and new multi-spoke alloys.

Even though the MB crew was trying hard to obscure filming of the new car, the videographer’s perseverance paid off capturing plenty of close-ups for our viewing pleasure.

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