Mansory S Class Coupé AMG S63 Black Edition Boasting 1,000 Hp!

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Elegant, yet sporty, that is The Black Edition Mercedes S63 AMG by Mansory.

Mercedes S63 AMG Coupe Mansory Black Edition
1000 is a magic sounding number. A thousand. But is 1000 horsepower too much for a street car? When you start closing in on that number, a whole host of factors need to be considered as well.

German tuning house Mansory over 30 years stands for high-tech production combined with master craftsmanship and the finest materials. Guys from this tuning house decided to apply its touch on the Mercedes-Benz S 63 AMG Coupe.

Mercedes S63 AMG Coupe Mansory Black Edition rear
A special limited edition of 6 examples of the Mercedes AMG S63 Coupé have been further refined. Dubbed the S 63 Coupe Black Edition, enhancements done to the big two-door Mercedes include both looks and a massive power boost. They perform their black arts and deliver a beast boasting that magical 1000Hp.

Mansory S63 AMG Coupe Black Edition front
While you guys drool away while staring at this ride, I’m gonna go ahead and tell a bit about this impressive Mercedes. Starting with the exterior, the model features a carbon fiber body-kit, including a front spoiler, revised side skirts and a new rear bumper with an integrated diffuser.

This custom Mercedes S63 has also received a new hood, LED daytime running lights and carbon fiber mirror caps. Let’s not forget the rear spoilers, stainless steel sports exhaust system and 22-inch “Spider” alloys wrapped in Vredestein Ultrac Sessanta 255/30 for the front and 295/25 tires in the back.

Mansory S63 AMG Coupe Black Edition interior
Inside the cabin, you’ll find a revised steering wheel, aluminum pedals, embroidered floor mats and illuminated sill plates. Customers may also opt out for premium leather upholstery and carbon fiber or wood trim.

Mansory S63 AMG Coupe Black Edition front end
Under the hood, the upgraded twin-turbo 5.5-liter V8 engine has been boosted to produce a heart-stopping 1,000 hp and a total of 1,032 lb-ft (1,400 Nm) of torque, which translates into a 0 to 100 km/h time of just 3.2 seconds and an electronically limited top speed of 186 mph (300 km/h).

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