This Mercedes-AMG S63 Convertible Is Truly One-Of-A-Kind

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We expect this will attract a lot of attention out on the road.

To make their ride stand out from the crowd, the owner of this Mercedes-AMG S63 Convertible enlisted the help of renowned German tuners Brabus and Fostla. The resulting collaboration is a visually striking AMG S63 Convertible that will certainly attract attention out on the road.

The standard AMG S63 already looks aggressive, but Brabus has accentuated the convertible sports car's muscular design by fitting an assortment of carbon fiber add-ons including a new front apron, trunk lid spoiler, and a rear diffuser. Fostla then applied an eye-catching wrap finished in Olea Green with chip protection.

Fostla
Fostla
Fostla
Fostla

Equally striking are the 21-inch Brabus Monoblock M "Platinum Edition" wheels with brass metallic rims wrapped in 255/35 R21 tires at the front and 295/30 R21 tires at the rear. A Brabus sports exhaust enhances the AMG S63's V8 soundtrack.

Brabus is renowned for extracting absurd amounts of power from Mercedes models resulting in creations like the bonkers 888-hp Brabus G V12 900 based on the G-Class and the 888-hp Brabus Rocket 900 based on the AMG GT63 S. It's surprising, then, that this custom AMG S63 Convertible was left stock under the hood. Then again, the regular model already has plenty of power to play with.

Fostla
Fostla
Fostla
Fostla
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Under the hood is a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 that produces 603 horsepower and 664 lb-ft of torque. Paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission sending power to all four wheels, this enables the convertible sports car to sprint from 0-62 mph in just 3.4 seconds and max out at 186 mph.

It isn't known how much the owner paid for this one-of-a-kind Mercedes-AMG S63, but it would have cost significantly more than the standard car, which starts at $183,500. If you want more power, Mercedes-AMG is also preparing to unleash the next-generation AMG S63e, which will utilize an electrified twin-turbo V8 generating around 700 horsepower.

Fostla
Fostla
Fostla

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