With the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show underway, Mercedes-AMG, the high performance branch of luxury German automaker Mercedes-Benz, has officially unveiled its last V12-powered S-class, the S 65 Final Edition. The vehicle is finished exclusively in obsidian black metallic paint with copper and carbon fiber accents, and it's exremtely limited to just 130 units worldwide.
In terms of its design, the Final Edition boasts the familiar S Class aesthetic but in a much sleeker and refined variation with the addition of 20-inch multi-spoke wheels, front air intakes, side skirts and rear diffuser finished in a special matte bronze shade. A C-pillar-mounted AMG crest and blacked-out quad exhaust pipes complete the look.
For the spacious interior, the luxe black and bronze theme continues with the utilization of black nappa leather upholstery and copper stitching, in addition to carbon-fiber trim with black and copper threads, copper-colored ambient lighting and floor mats. Also, a "1 of 130" badge is situated on the center console, solidifying the car’s limited-edition status.
In regards to its power, the S 65 Final Edition is equipped with a 6.0-liter bi-turbo V12 petrol engine that produces 621 hp that features a special badge and finished in black to further coordinate with the car's theme. The vehicle reaches a top speed of 300 km/h or about 186 mph.
For more on the Mercedes-AMG S 65 Final Edition and its availability, head on over to Mercedes-AMG's website now.