The Mercedes-AMG S 63 Coupé left the catalog of the German brand, but it has not prevented those of Posaidon from daring with an attractive proposal that turns the most luxurious sports car of the star brand into a true hypercar, with nothing less than 1000 hp under the front hood.
Nothing makes one suspect that this Mercedes-AMG S 63 Coupe encloses under the body the wildest performance, surpassing even those of the brutal AMG GT Black Series. Figures of true hypercars from authentic prestigious brands and prices that calmly exceed two million Euros. Who signs this new creation are the German specialists of Posidon.
Tuning trainer specialized in Mercedes-AMG models that has taken as a basis the luxurious sports car of the German brand, which left the market last August and without relief on the horizon, to turn it into a 1000 hp machine. Apparently, discretion is its main quality with the Pan-American grill in the foreground, preserving the original design front and back.
The aesthetics of the Posaidon Mercedes-AMG S 63 is the manufacturer’s original, without retouching
The Posaidon Mercedes-AMG S 63 Coupé is the best example of the wolf in sheep’s clothing
The light-alloy wheels feature the AMG star design, with five double arms and a huge carbo-ceramic brake system behind. Nothing that betrays the benefits, as well as the luxurious interior. But under the hood things change, because the powerful 612 hp V8 biturbo engine, the Posaidon have drawn on experience to offer four levels of performance to suit the customer.
A first package, the “S 63 RS 830+”, which modifies the engine control unit and transmission to increase the maximum power up to 880 hp and 1,200 Nm of maximum torque. Figures that translate into a top speed of 350 km / h and up to 100 km / h in 2.9 seconds. A level that costs a whopping 29,990 Euros. The second costs 52,000 Euros, and a maximum power of 940 hp and 1,280 Nm of torque, with the previous measurements and new valve seats, in addition to a water and methanol injection system.
These modifications are so radical that They do not have homologation in the German TÜV, so two more options are offered with which you can circulate. A variant of the first with 830 hp and 1,100 Nm, needing 3 seconds to reach 100 km / h in three seconds, for which you have to pay 24,000 Euros. Somewhat cheaper, the 4,200 Euros of a modification to reach 700 CV and 950 Nm. The benefits are not negligible, from zero to 100 km / h in 3.2 seconds and reaches 330 km / h.
The luxurious interior of the Posaidon Mercedes-AMG S 63 also remains intact