The S-Class has always played an important role for Mercedes-AMG. More than 50 years ago, the founders proved they could transform a luxury sedan into a very sporty vehicle with the Swabian spirit of innovation. The performance and sports car brand from Affalterbach set its first milestone in 1971 with the Mercedes-Benz 300 SEL 6.8 AMG. Today, the new Mercedes-AMG S 63 E PERFORMANCE with AMG performance hybrid technology once again sets the benchmark in the segment. The E PERFORMANCE model combines the Handcrafted AMG 4.0L V8 Biturbo engine with an AMG-specific hybrid powertrain and a new expansion stage of the AMG high-performance battery (HPB). The new HPB 150 is based on the high-performance and directly cooled battery cells of the well-known HPB 80. The energy content increases from 6.1 kWh in the HPB 80 to 13.1 kWh in the HPB 150.
Cutting-edge technology meets the pinnacle of luxury with the new EQS SUV, now on sale from £129,170 OTR in the UK. At launch two variants of the EQS SUV will be available, the four-wheel drive EQS 450 4MATIC which features up to 365 miles of range, or alternatively the four-wheel drive EQS 580 4MATIC, with up to 364miles. Interior specification of the EQS SUV differs depending on what trim line a customer pics. For AMG Line Premium Plus, the car will feature black Nappa leather and anthracite wood trim. Business Class trim uses macchiato beigne Nappa leather and ship deck wood. Interior technology is also central to the EQS SUV. This means that the Mercedes-Benz Hyperscreen, with its three high-definition OLED displays, is available. It comes as standard on EQS 580 and is an option on the EQS 450 Premium Plus.
Safety is an essential part of Mercedes-Benz's DNA and one of the core responsibilities the company has assumed in regards to all road users. The priority of the brand with the star is to prevent and improve the outcome of accidents. Two anniversaries in active and passive safety serve the company as an opportunity to present its latest safety features.
The EQE SUV is the multipurpose variant of the EQE executive sedan. Like the latter, it is available with the essential innovations found in the EQS and at the same time is more dynamic than the EQS SUV. The EQE SUV is one of the most spacious representatives of its class, yet it is more compact than the EQE Sedan, at 119.3 inches it has a wheelbase that is 3.5 inches shorter. The external dimensions are 191.5/76.4/66.4 inches (length/width1/height). As the fourth model after the two EQS and EQE Sedans, as well as the EQS SUV, the EQE SUV uses the new all-electric platform.
AMG presents the 2024 AMG EQE SUV, the next milestone in its electrification strategy – the first all-electric SUV from the performance and sports car brand. With its spacious interior and performance-oriented drive concept, it is the most versatile electric vehicle in the Mercedes-AMG portfolio. The new model also offers generous space for passengers and luggage. Like the AMG EQS Sedan and AMG EQE Sedan, the AMG EQE SUV is based on the electric platform from Mercedes-EQ. Two powerful electric motors and fully variable all-wheel drive form the basis for the hallmark AMG dynamic driving experience.
The new 2024 Mercedes-AMG C 63 S E PERFORMANCE is a game-changer in the 55-year history of AMG. It brings state-of-the-art technologies derived directly from Formula 1 to the road. A two-speed electric motor positioned on the rear axle supports the most powerful production four-cylinder in the world, a Handcrafted AMG 2.0-Liter turbocharged engine that is mounted longitudinally at the front.