The covers have been taken off the Mercedes-AMG S65 Final Edition prior to its global premiere. The German automaker announced the special S65 last week, but failed to offer any specifics or provide any photos. Now, however, it has spilled the beans.
The Mercedes-AMG S65 Final Edition that will be officially unveiled in Geneva is offered exclusively in an Obsidian Black metallic finish. Mercedes-AMG has contrasted the black paint with a silver front grille, matte bronze 20-inch alloy wheels and additional bronze accents on the side skirts, front bumper, and rear bumper. The Final Edition also includes gloss black exhaust tips, a distinctive badge on the C-pillars, and a ‘One Man – One Engine’ plaque finished in black on top of the mighty V12.
Inside, the Mercedes-AMG S65 Final Edition is bathed in beautiful black leather and includes a number of aluminum and carbon fiber accents, copper-colored stitching and a tweaked steering wheel.
The S65 Final Edition also comes standard with a bunch of features which are usually optional extras. Thus, the equipment list includes a panoramic roof, adjustable rear seats, and the AMG Driver’s package that unlocks the 186 mph (300 km/h) top speed. Mercedes-Benz has also designed a bespoke car cover for the luxury sedan.
Sadly, this will be the last S-Class outfitted with the marque’s famed twin-turbo 6.0-liter V12. Power sits at 621 hp and 738 lb-ft (1000 Nm) of torque and the 0-60 mph (0-96 km/h) sprint is dispatched in a rapid 4.1 seconds.
Mercedes-AMG will build just 130 examples of the S65 Final Edition worldwide. Pricing details haven’t been announced just yet.