Next-Gen Mercedes-AMG S 63 Rendered, Looks Spot On

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It was May 2013 when Mercedes-Benz introduced the current incarnation of the S-Class. Well, the three-pointed star should present the seventh generation of its flagship sedan by the end of the year and we are now here to zoom in on a rendering portraying the next Mercedes-AMG S 63.
Codenamed W223, the next S-Class wasn't just spied on multiple occasions, since a leak showcasing the luxury sedan surfaced back in January, showcasing evolutionary exterior styling features. While you'll find the image at the end of the gallery above, the rest of the photos involve the said rendering effort (pixel tip to J.B.Cars), while images of the current S 63 allow you to easily play the comparison game.

As far as the cabin is concerned, the German automaker is set to bring a major change to its range-topping four-door - it looks like the traditional clientele of the model will have to get along with a dominating touchscreen interface.

The new S-Class range will no longer see the Coupe and the Cabriolet being offered alongside the sedan. However, the S 63 four-door will be very much alive and, once the less muscular models show up, it shouldn't take long until we get to meet the all-out Affalterbach goodie.

While the upcoming EQS all-electric luxury sedan will carry most of the eco burden, you can still expect mild-hybrid tech to be featured on the W223 Mercedes-AMG S 63. Of course, most of the motivation is expected to come from a fresh incarnation of the the automaker's ubiquitous twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8. And since the motor delivers 612 or 639 horsepower in its current iterations, you can expect plenty of firepower for the newcomer.

As for the S 65, reports that surfaced last year talked about the demise of the collector item. However, these rumors were eventually silenced by Daimler CEO Ola Källenius, who assured us that the V12 range-topper will stay in the game.

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