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Shed a Tear as C 63 S and E 63 S Final Editions Bid Farewell to Non-Hybrid Mercedes-AMG V8

The tyre-smoking V8 monsters lurking within the AMG line-up are on their way to becoming a thing of the past, but they aren’t going away without a bang. Mercedes-AMG released the Final Editions of the C 63 S Coupé and Cabriolet, and E 63 S Sedan will be your last chance of bagging a non-hybrid model. As a result, we’re earmarking these as collector cars of the future.

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Mercedes-AMG C 63 S ‘Final Edition’ Interior | Image: Mercedes-AMG

Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Cabriolet gains a stealth ‘Graphite Grey Magno’ paint job flanked by yellow and dark grey decals. Then you get an obligatory dose of carbon fibre with an exterior package alongside cross-spoke alloy wheels, which come in a staggered 19-inch size on the front and 20-inch in the rear. Braking performance also receives a boost courtesy of an AMG ceramic front braking system.

Inside, AMG Performance front seats and an AMG Performance steering wheel are draped in a combination of Nappa grey and black with yellow stitching. While the cabin is also drenched in dark aluminium and matt carbon fibre- as you’d expect.

The Final Edition package for the Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Cabriolet is priced at $26,400 (MRLP), in addition to the standard vehicle pricing of $212,600 (MRLP). The coupe version meanwhile is priced at $28,400 (MRLP), in addition to the standard vehicle pricing of $190,000 (MRLP).

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Mercedes-AMG E 63 S ‘Final Edition’ | Image: Mercedes-AMG

Our favourite of the Final Editions has to be the E 63 S 4MATIC+ Sedan, which has been arguably the best iteration of this iconic sports sedan in the brands history and one of the biggest rivals to the BMW M5 amongst all of its previous generations. In the case of the German super saloon, it receives the same ‘Graphite Grey Magno’ paintwork, decals on the side skirts, Exterior Carbon Package, and 20-inch AMG cross-spoke alloy wheels.


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Performance-wise, an AMG ceramic braking system and MULTIBEAM LED headlights are included, while the interior receives the same update with distinctive stitching alongside a truckload of carbon and an obligatory Final Edition badge on the centre console.

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Pricing is up substantially on the standard vehicle, however, expect every cent to be made back on the second-hand market once the non-hybrid V8s are officially canned. In any case, the Final Edition package for the Mercedes-AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+ Sedan is priced at $39,900 (MRLP), in addition to the standard vehicle pricing of $272,000 (MRLP).

Australians can order these now and we highly recommend you do so if you want a slice of iconic German muscle along with some exclusivity. While the future of AMG is downsized hybrid engines with more F1 tech, the lure of a V8 is hard to ignore and that is something that would be hard for enthusiasts to live without in the coming years. In simple terms, no amount of performance will ever replace the grumble and feeling of piloting a V8 monster.

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Mercedes-AMG E 63 S ‘Final Edition’ | Image: Mercedes-AMG

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Mercedes-AMG E 63 S ‘Final Edition’ Interior | Image: Mercedes-AMG

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Mercedes-AMG C 63 S ‘Final Edition’ | Image: Mercedes-AMG

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Mercedes-AMG C 63 S ‘Final Edition’ Interior | Image: Mercedes-AMG

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Somnath Chatterjee is an experience car journalist and automotive expert. His supercar reviews, interviews and industry features have appeared in global publications such as Upscale living, Robb Report and Yahoo Lifestyle Asia. Somnath specialises in luxury and lifestyle-oriented features with a focus on automobiles, aviation and luxury. He also holds a Post Graduate in International Business from the University of Dehli.