The new AMG S63 Cabrio 4MATIC+ "The Luxury Rocket Launcher with Open Air feeling".
New peak of performance: M177 4.0L V8 biturbo engine with twin-scroll turbochargers
The versatile AMG 4.0L biturbo V8 engine in the S63 Cabrio 4MATIC+ takes peak performance to a new level at 450kW (612hp). Maximum torque attains a new best value of 900Nm. It is available over a broad engine speed range of 2750 to 4500rpm and so provides a feeling of effortless superiority in every accelerator pedal position. A sprint from zero to 100 km/h is absolved in 3.5 seconds, and this dynamic acceleration only ends at the governed top speed of 250km/h (with AMG Driver's package: 300km/h).
The advanced AMG 4.0L V8 biturbo engine utilises well-proven twin turbocharging, with the two chargers not located outside on the cylinder banks, but rather between them in the V of the cylinders. The advantages of the "hot inner V" are a compact engine design, an immediate response from the twin-scroll turbochargers and low exhaust gas emissions thanks to optimum air flow for the close-coupled catalytic converters.
Two twin-scroll turbochargers are deployed for the first time to boost performance and improve responsiveness further. The housing is divided into two parallel flow passages. Combined with two separate exhaust ducts in the exhaust manifold, this makes it possible to control the exhaust gases on the turbine wheel separately. The exhaust gas from the first and fourth cylinders of the cylinder bank is fed into one duct and exhaust gas from the second and third cylinders to the other duct. The aim is to prevent the individual cylinders from having mutually adverse effects on the gas cycle.
Mercedes-AMG One man, one engine Handcrafted by Michael Kübler @f1mike28 in Germany Affalterbach.
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Fuel consumption combined: 12 - 10,1 l/100 km | CO2-Emissions combined: 272 - 237 g/km.