Mercedes-AMG S63 Yellow Night Edition Kicks Things Off For The Facelifted S-Class Coupe

Mercedes-AMG is targeting deep-pocketed folks with the launch of the S63 Coupe Yellow Night Edition that’s priced from €202,121.50 ($237,527) in Germany.

Available for six months, this special model is finished in selenite grey magno or night black magno, and its body is discreetly adorned by a yellow trim strip, joined by 7-spoke light-alloy wheels in black with high-sheen rim flanges, yellow calipers, and ceramic brakes.

Additionally, the car features an Aerodynamics package, which adds a larger front splitter and boot lid spoiler in either gloss black or carbon fiber (Carbon Fiber package). Also available are AMG racing stripes.

Inside, the special edition of the high-performance two-door coupe is decorated with yellow accents on the AMG sports seats, steering wheel, instrument panel, door panels, central console, and floor mats. Moreover, it also gets the ‘Edition’ badge strapped to the steering wheel, and matte carbon fiber or black piano lacquer trim.

Finally, the S63 Yellow Night Edition comes with Exclusive Package as standard, which includes Nappa leather with contrasting topstitching, AMG badge, special AMG floor mats, and illuminated AMG entry sills.

While the new Mercedes-AMG S63 Yellow Night Edition is only available for a limited period of time, the rest of the facelifted Coupe lineup is here to stay. The range kicks off with the S450 4Matic that’s priced from €101,655.75 ($119,462), which is followed by the S650 that can be had from €127,942.85 ($150,354) in 2WD, or €131,750.85 ($154,829) with the 4Matic AWD.

The two AMG models, the S63 4Matic+ and S65 have a €177,310 ($208,368) and €249,305 ($292,974) starting price, respectively, while the only Cabriolet currently available for grabs is the AMG S65, priced from €257,456.5 ($302,554).

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  • Dennis James

    S65 or nothing.

  • fabri99

    Decals and yellow accents are a little childish for the S-Class.

  • Kagan

    Doesn’t look appealing! Better colours, and bigger star in the front without plastic cover!

  • Blade t

    Looks nice….

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