Tokyo Motor Show LIVE: 2014 Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG image

The 2014 Mercedes-Benz has been officially presented to the public during the 2013 Tokyo International Motor Show, in a premiere.

The brand new 2014 Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG is finally here and it has made its public debut recently, during the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show, but it was also shown in Los Angeles, during the automotive event. The model in question is coming with the AMG sports suspension as standard, based on MAGIC BODY CONTROL, and this is basically the first car in the world to be able to recognize the road surface undulations in advance using the ROAD SURFACE SCAN, and then the MAGIC BODY CONTROL is adjusting the suspension system in advance to suit the situation.

The 2014 Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG is riding on forged light alloy wheels, with a multi-spoke design and 20-inch in size, wrapped in 255/40 and 285/35 tires front to rear. The model in question has received the AMG ceramic high performance composite braking system. Design elements which are helping the S65 AMG stand out from a crowd include the V12 radiator grille, the front splitter, the side sill panels, the rear diffuser, the twin tailpipes AMG sports exhaust system and much more.

The cabin of the model has received premium quality materials, like the exclusive Nappa leather upholstery, the sports steering wheel, the instrument cluster, the high quality IWC designed analogue clock, the seat upholstery layout with exclusive diamond design and perforations, the head-up display and some other features, which will help the model become even more wanted.

Power to the 2014 Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG is being provided by a 5,980 cc V12 bi turbo engine, which is producing a total output of 630 HP (463 kW), between 4,800 and 5,400 rpm, and it has a peak torque of 1,000 Nm, available between 2,300 and 4,300 rpm. The unit is mated to an AMG SPEEDSHIFT PLUS 7-G-TRONIC transmission. The 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) sprint takes 4.3 seconds and top speed has been electronically limited to 250 km/h (155 mph). The average fuel consumption stands at 11.9 L / 100 km and the CO2 emissions stop at 279 g/km.