2023 Mercedes-AMG S-Class delivers luxury and comfort for occupants

LinkedIn +

The latest Mercedes-AMG S 63 E Performance delivers a range of AMG-specific details such as multi-contour front seats with specialist upholstery and stitching. A range of distinctive colors and Nappa leather upholsteries can also be selected at the build stage, with embossed AMG emblems on the headrests completing the upmarket, sporty interior.

Other AMG-specific trim elements include the AMG Performance steering wheel with a twin-spoke design and seamlessly integrated gearshift paddles. The AMG Drive Unit steering wheel buttons enable driving functions and driving modes to be controlled without the driver’s hands needing to leave the steering wheel.

For interior entertainment, the S 63 E Performance benefits from the MBUX infotainment system, which features an array of AMG- and hybrid-specific displays and functions, including displays in the vehicle’s instrument cluster, a multimedia central display and a head-up display.

The instrument cluster can be customized with different display styles and interchangeable main views to meet the driver’s personal preference. This includes the AMG-specific Supersport style, which delivers an array of content through a vertical menu layout, such as hybrid-specific temperatures and set-up menus for the suspension and transmission.

The vehicle’s head-up display also provides AMG’s Race and Supersport displays, which are accessible through the main menu in the instrument cluster. Furthermore, high-quality graphics in the multimedia display show the power flow of the car’s entire drive system, including the speed, output, torque and temperature of the electric motor, and battery temperature.

For music, Dolby Atmos sound delivers an excellent audio experience, with the ability to position individual instruments or voices all around the cabin space. With conventional stereo systems feeding two channels to the speakers, Dolby Atmos can use the entire range to deliver a 360°, encapsulating audio experience.

Share this story:

About Author


After spending six years working as a mechanic for various motorsport and high-end performance car companies, Callum joined UKi Media & Events in February 2020 as an assistant editor. In this role he uses his vast practical knowledge and passion for automotive to produce informative news pieces for multiple vehicle-related sectors.

Comments are closed.