2009 Mercedes S 63 AMG And S 65 AMG | car review @ Top Speed

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Mercedes-Benz S 63 AMG

2009 Mercedes S 63 AMG and S 65 AMG

Mercedes for the Shanghai Auto Show to the AMG versions of the 2010 S-Class .

The big difference for any AMG car is the engine, and while engines are carried over the 2009 cars, they offer exception performance in a size sedan. The S 63 AMG 63 gets the V8 that makes 518 hp (525 hp in cars) and should keep the 0 to 60 mph time of 4.5 seconds. The S 65 AMG gets the twin-turbo V12 that makes 604 hp hp in European cars) and should the 2009’s 0 to 60 mph time of 4.2 seconds.

The exterior upgrade is the LED lighting also given across the line, so there are no surprises Other feature such as the air intake on the front lip, wheels, and quad exhaust are all AMG mainstays.

Both sedans are by the German gentleman’s agreement to 155 European sales will in June and spread quickly to countries though the end of the year.

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Press release

The S 63 AMG and S 65 AMG, the powerful top-of-the-line models, are now even more thanks to a series of subtle yet effective fine-tuning measures, the two saloons are even more and priceless than ever The updated technology is aimed at a more dynamic driving as well as optimum active and safety.

Exclusivity and dynamism with effortless superiority and technology both of the top S-Class from Mercedes -AMG all of these characteristics and more: the S 63 with its 386 kW/525 hp AMG 6.3-litre V8 developing 630 Newton metres of is capable of accelerating to a speed of 100 in 4.6 seconds. The S 65 AMG, meanwhile, even greater superiority: its biturbo V12 engine delivers power of 450 kW/612 hp and maximum of 1000 Newton metres, from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.4 Both saloons are electronically to 250 km/h. Despite no changes been made to the engine and performance values, it has still possible to reduce fuel and CO2 emissions by up to 3 percent.


Contributing to the more exceptional status of the is the new, more pronounced radiator grille, featuring chrome-plated louvres in the case of the S 65 The new front apron incorporates AMG-specific LED daytime driving and two transverse air outlets on each Further striking features the 6.3 AMG or V12 Biturbo lettering on the front and redesigned exterior mirrors.

sill panels emphasize the line of the front apron to the rear of the vehicle, where the new apron features yet another the centre section of the diffuser is now painted in the same colour as the body. New rear lamps 52 LED’s in the form of a double C give the S‑Class an unmistakable from behind. A distinctive of both models comes in the of the sports exhaust with two twin tailpipes, featuring a V12 in the case of the S 65 AMG. Visual which distinguish the V8 from the V12 also include the attractive AMG alloy wheels: the S 63 AMGhas multi-spoke wheels painted grey with a high-sheen and fitted with 255/40 and 275/40 (rear) tyres. The S 65 on the other hand, comes 20-inch forged wheels in titanium grey with a finish and fitted with (front) and 275/35 (rear)

Crosswind stabilisation, Torque Brake and Direct-Steer system

The suspension based on Active Control (ABC) provides stabilisation as standard equipment for the time: thanks to this influences caused by crosswinds are for, or — in the case of gusts — reduced to a ABC compensates against the effect of by adjusting the wheel load within milliseconds, using the and lateral acceleration sensors of the Stability Program.

Also up the standard equipment is the new Torque Brake: when cornering, direct application of the brakes has an on the vehicle’s inner rear so that the saloon corners and under control at all times. The Vectoring Brake is an additional of the ESP® Electronic Stability and not only improves responsiveness but active handling safety, is particularly noticeable in critical The driving experience is further thanks to the Direct-Steer system: its variable ratio depending on angle, it helps to ensure a direct response when and therefore more responsive — in brief: enhanced pleasure at the wheel of the Mercedes-AMG

Based on the ADAPTIVE BRAKE the high-performance braking system to provide optimum creep deceleration and sensitivity. The front features a double floating calliper. This exclusive combines the advantages of a sliding-calliper brake — reduced transfer to the brake fluid and advantages in terms of comfort to the brake lining guide — with the efficiency of an large fixed calliper

Extensive range of standard with exclusive flair

The appointments are every bit as exclusive as the package:

as soon as its door is the S 65 AMG welcomes the driver with animated AMGV12 BITURBO in the instrument cluster’s central The main menu provides the with information about oil temperature, current gear battery voltage, and the RACETIMER, displays lap times when on the track. In the case of the S 63 AMG, the range of standard equipment not only PASSION leather with natural leather in the side bolsters, but also sports seats with control, massage, multicontour and dynamics control functions. The PASSION leather upholstery in the S 65 meanwhile, with its AMG V12 diamond design, exudes an air of even refinement. Ample use of burr trim elements and the AMG-specific clock, featuring an IWC design, are a in both models. Both the 7G‑TRONIC of the S 63 AMG, as well as the automatic SPEEDSHIFT transmission of the S 65 are fitted with DIRECT gearshift. Gear changes are out by means of aluminium shift on the new AMG sports steering wheel.

New in active and passive safety

In both of the top-of-the-line models set new when it comes to active and safety through a combination of camera and radar-based driver systems. These include the ASSIST drowsiness detection Adaptive Highbeam Assist, Keeping Assist, and the PRE-SAFE®Brakes, are linked to the proximity regulating and intervene independently in the event of an accident to act like an invisible zone. The Night View with infrared camera features a novel pedestrian system. The pictures from the camera are also used by the new Limit Assist, available as an The Brake Assist PLUS and PLUS proximity control the driver in the event of emergency The PRE-SAFE® positioning function and luxury head restraints are now included as standard.

New infotainment including COMAND APSwith new display, which shows images for driver and front simultaneously, enhance occupant even further.

Exclusive extras are also available the AMGPERFORMANCE STUDIO:

AMG20-inch forged wheels, painted in grey with a mirror and fitted with 255/35 R 20 and 275/30 R 20 rear tyres

elements in carbon/piano lacquer

mats

While the S 63 AMG is available in or long-wheelbase versions, the S 65 AMG is only as a long-wheelbase version. Both AMG models will have market launches from 2009.

Design and equipment

exclusive, self-confident and effortlessly the new S-Class AMG models embody attributes even more the precise fine-tuning. Exterior and styling as well as the extensive package meet even the discerning requirements. The first-class makes for a consummate feel-good while ensuring outstanding on long journeys.

On the outside, the S 63 makes a statement with its yet consciously more distinctive New-look headlamps with bi-xenon technology fit in perfectly the striking, AMG-specific LED daytime lights. The LEDs are housed in the new-look AMG front apron its large cooling air intakes; the apron also provides an sporty touch with its air intakes.

The AMG bodystyling also the decidedly sportily shaped sill panels which the line of the front apron to the rear apron. At the rear, the eye is to the AMGsports exhaust system its two sets of chromed twin as well as to the diffuser-look rear painted in the vehicle colour. New lights with 52 LEDs in the of a double C also form an light signature. From the the high-sheen 19-inch AMGfour-spoke wheels painted in titanium add another veritable highlight. not only fit snugly inside the wings but also direct the eye to the brake callipers of the AMG high-performance system. The 6.3 AMG lettering on the front is unmistakable testimony to the dynamic of the performance saloon.

S 65 AMG with yet effective distinguishing features

The S 65 from the S 63 AMGwith its exclusive, expressive radiator grille three twin chromed the LED Light package including Light System, the V12 Biturbo on the front wings and with its AMGtwin-spoke forged wheels titanium grey with a finish. At the rear the connoisseur recognise the S 65 AMGwith its two sets of twin tailpipes featuring V12 of the AMGsports exhaust system of course, the model designation on the lid.

S 65 AMG impressively greets the driver

As as the driver’s door is opened, the is welcomed with the AMG V12 BITURBO screen in the AMGinstrument cluster a invitation to start the 450-kW/612-hp engine straightaway. But first why not the luxurious interior of the high-performance with its first-class workmanship. leather and select fine combine to provide the perfect atmosphere to guarantee consummate comfort on long journeys.

The S 65 AMG exquisite Exclusive PASSION as standard: leather appointments not only the lower and upper of the dashboard, the entire door the seat side and seatback but also the ruffled pockets and the shelf. In addition, Alcantara the roof liner and the A, B and C-pillars. The electrically adjustable AMGsports come with the Memory distinctive seat fluting and upholstery in the AMG V12 diamond pattern which also extends the rear seats and all four centre panels. The S 65 AMG comes as with the Seat Comfort which includes front multicontour seats with and dynamic handling function and luxury head restraints and multicontour seats with function. All seats feature ventilation and heating as well as the positioning function.

Standard on the S 63 AMG includes 12-way electrically AMG sports seats with package, Seat Comfort with front active seats including massage and handling function, with and ventilation, PRE-SAFE® positioning and NECK-PRO luxury head The PASSION leather upholstery sporty, AMG-specific seat and natural leather in the seat bolsters.

The exclusive interior on the S 63 AMG and S 65 AMG are available in three colour black/black, alpaca grey/basalt and cashmere beige/savanna beige. A of four wood trim dark eucalyptus wood S 63 AMG), dark burr with a high-sheen finish, burr walnut with a finish, and brown poplar S 65 AMG) provides ample for tailoring the vehicle to your own tastes.

AMG sports steering with silver-coloured aluminium paddles

Both AMG saloons with an AMG sports steering with silver-coloured aluminium paddles, specially shaped area and perforated nappa around the steering wheel The multifunction buttons on the left and enable the driver to select settings and call up information, say in the AMG menu: the activated transmission is displayed in the middle of the instrument the currently engaged gear and upshifts are also shown in M

The AMG main menu also the driver with information engine oil temperature or the battery and the RACETIMER, which enables the to calculate lap times on a private circuit, for instance. The RACETIMER the time for the fastest lap, the and maximum speeds and the lap distance. The AMG cluster on the S 63 AMG comes with a 320 speedometer scale; on the S 65 AMG the speedometer up to 360 km/h. One of the most eye-catching in the interior of the S 63 AMG and S 65 AMGis the exclusive clock with its IWC Ingenieur in the centre console.

The extensive specification also includes

Adaptive brake lights

lighting, three colours can be (S 65 AMG)

AMG door entry

AMG floor mats

AMG sports cluster

Navigation package (S 65

Front Entertainment package SPLITVIEW, DVDchanger and sound (S 65 AMG)

KEYLESS-GO package (S 65

Child Safety package

Telephony (S 65 AMG)

LED Light incl. Intelligent Light (S 65 AMG)

Media interface (S 65

Electrically operated blind for window and rear doors (S 65

Tilting/sliding glass sunroof, with PRE-SAFE®closure function

mechanism for doors (S 65 AMG)

The range of optional extras (selection):

DAB digital radio

package (reversing camera and incl. Parking Guidance)

Seat Entertainment package

control for rear seats

compartment in rear seat

LED Light package incl. Light System (S 63 AMG)

steering wheel

Tyre monitoring system

TV tuner

and drive system

Powerful and twelve-cylinder engines are a traditional of AMG and no less so than with the S 63 AMG and the S 65 the S-Class top-of-the-line models. The S 63 AMG is by a high-revving V8 naturally aspirated developing 386 kW/525 hp, the S 65 AMG comes a biturbo V12 engine that 450 kW/612 hp. Despite no changes been made to the engine and values, it has still been to reduce fuel consumption and CO2 of the two high-performance saloons.

Developing a peak output of 386 hp at 6800 rpm and maximum torque of 630 metres at 5200 rpm, the S 63 among the most powerful saloons with an eight-cylinder These impressive figures into a high level of pleasure and exceptional performance. The S 63 AMG from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.6 seconds going on to a top speed of 250 km/h limited).

The V8 naturally aspirated with its displacement of 6208 centimetres offers an exhilarating mix of power from low engine instantaneous responsiveness and pronounced flexibility up to a maximum engine of 7200 rpm. Precise of the engine and transmission setup, and rolling resistance has reduced consumption by 0.5 litres/100 km without driving dynamics. NEDC fuel consumption for the new S 63 AMG is now 14.4 km (long wheelbase: 14.5 km), equivalent to CO2 emissions of 344 (long wheelbase: 347 g/km).

AMG V8 engine: technology transfer the world of motorsport

The technical for the dynamic DNAcomes courtesy of the motorsport technology of the AMG 6.3-litre V8 This includes the lightweight, aluminium bedplate crankcase closed-deck technology and the twin-wire-arc-sprayed on the cylinder walls used by AMG. The streamlined design of the and exhaust ducts together the magnesium variable intake featuring two parallel-action internal flaps results in superlative charging and high power

The 32 valves in the cylinder heads are by bucket tappets for a rigid train and high engine Continuous adjustment of the camshafts on the and exhaust sides ensures an supply of fuel/air mixture to the combustion chambers.

Electronically fuel supply for outstanding

Outstanding agility and instantaneous are the undoubted strengths of the AMG6.3-litre V8 thanks in no small part to the controlled fuel supply. It with an on-demand system of 3.8 to 5.0 bar. According to power and external temperature, fuel is adjusted and regulated almost The engine management system the command from the accelerator milliseconds into the corresponding pressure setting. Such ensures rapid vehicle and a sporty thrust across all ranges and at all engine speeds.

In the of optimal reliability, the S 63 AMGhas a efficient water cooling and large engine and transmission oil Located behind the apertures in the apron, these coolers non-critical operating temperatures at all even under the extreme of the racetrack. The AMG sports exhaust with two oval twin tailpipes delivers the telltale vocals.

S 65 AMG: exclusive superiority

A twelve-cylinder engine has been the pinnacle of the engine craft. The V12 powerpack on the S 65 AMGis by engine experts as a prime of this rare art: to its displacement of 5980 cc, twin and powerful air/water intercooler, the delivers maximum power of 450 hp between 4800 and 5100 rpm and torque of 1000 newton The torque has been reduced 1200 to 1000 newton out of consideration for the drivetrain and is available 2000 and 4000 rpm. At a 1000 rpm, the AMG 6.0-litre V12 engine delivers 570 newton of torque to the crankshaft, while 750 metres are on tap at 1500 rpm. The figures are impressive testimony to the power harnessed by the AMG twelve-cylinder the S 65 AMG accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.4 seconds; the top speed is 250 km/h limited).

The S 65 AMG leaves you in no doubt the effortless superiority of the 12‑cylinder kilometre after kilometre: the effortless acceleration in the highest speed range is another of the AMG12-cylinder unit along its relaxed cruising at low engine Just as impressive as the phenomenal is the smooth and refined running which guarantee the high of touring comfort traditionally with Mercedes.

Mercedes-Benz S 63 AMG

Like its the S 63 AMG, fuel consumption and CO2 on the new S 65 AMGhave been reduced to optimisation of the engine and transmission as well as improvements to the aerodynamics and resistance all despite no changes been made to the engine and performance values. The NEDC of the S 65 AMGis now 14.5 litres per 100 (CO2: 346 g/km), an equivalent of 0.3 l/100 km.

Know-how from the of motorsport also with the AMG V12 engine

The AMG6.0-litre biturbo V12 also leverages the vast amassed by Mercedes-AMGfrom the world of The V12 engine has a precision-balanced crankshaft out of high-strength materials, forged made out of special material is extremely resistant to temperature and a more effective oil-spray system with a separate nozzle for each piston larger piston pins. The and big-end bearings are also out of improved materials to compensate for and pressure peaks more

The charge cycle in the cylinder benefits from optimised chambers and longer opening of the intake camshafts. A modified oil ensures that all lubrication are supplied with oil — in highly demanding conditions. An oil cooler is integrated into the AMG apron, with an additional coolant radiator located in the arch.

Air/water intercooler for engine efficiency

A typical of the AMGbiturbo V12 engine is the sophisticated intercooler. A large cooler at the of the vehicle effectively cools the intake air which has been by the turbochargers before it enters the chambers. The water-cooled low-temperature results in a 25 percent reduction in temperature at full throttle and high power and torque under all operating conditions and of the outside temperature. The housings of the and turbine in both turbochargers as as the turbine and compressor wheels been enlarged, resulting in a charge pressure of 1.5 bar.

The controlled AMG-specific fuel operates with a variable pressure of between 3.6 and 5.0 bar. to power requirements and external fuel pressure is variably almost instantly. The engine system translates the command the accelerator within milliseconds, an extremely fast response the engine in all load situations. The exhaust system with two of twin chromed tailpipes in the V12 provides the telltale AMG twelve-cylinder on the new S 65 AMG.

Engine production at tradition of hand-built excellence

all engines are built by hand at in Affalterbach just like the AMG V8 engine in the S 63 AMG and the AMG 6.0-litre biturbo V12 in the S 65 AMG. In the state-of-the-art AMG engine which were opened in a highly qualified engineer each engine according to the philosophy of one man, one engine in with the most stringent standards. The engineer’s signature on the plate is testimony to the highest of workmanship. It takes around hours to produce the V8 engine; the V12 normally takes somewhere in the of six-and-a-half hours.

Transmission and transfer: tailor-made solutions

To the wide engine speed of the AMG 6.3-litre V8 engine, the S 63 AMG teams up the AMG SPEEDSHIFT 7G-TRONIC, while the S 65 AMG is paired with the AMGSPEEDSHIFT automatic transmission. The driver can the DIRECT SELECT shift on the steering column to select the settings P, N, R and D. In typical AMG style, gears can be shifted using the paddles on the steering wheel, like in a Formula 1 car.

different drive modes are in the two AMGsaloons: these shift — C (Comfort), S (Sport) and M are selected using a switch in the console and differ in terms of gearshift characteristics and speed. In the M mode the transmission reliably in the selected gear, enabling the to ideally harness the immense power. Automatic downshift full throttle or during is similarly prevented as is an upshift reaching the engine speed This allows drivers a particularly sporty streak to even better use of the high at their disposal. The AMG instrument displays the currently engaged and recommended upshifts in M mode.

In with the exceptional 1000 Nm the S 65 AMG comes with a systematically drivetrain. In the automatic transmission includes purpose-built clutch with a high-quality metallic and the modified shift and torque logic. Redesigned drive larger hub carriers as well as steel spring links these measures.

Gallery S 63 AMG and S 65 AMG

AMG sports suspension and high-performance system

The AMG sports suspension and BRAKE high-performance braking are every bit a match for the effortlessly drive units: the two top-of-the-line the S 63 AMG and S 65 AMG, raise the bar in terms of dynamics thanks to new high-tech

Less steering effort, agile handling with the outstanding straight-line stability the new system in a nutshell, which is now as standard on the S 63 AMG and S 65 AMG. A key feature of the system is the variable-ratio steering that operates using mechanical means. While the steering around the central utilises an indirect ratio to excellent straight-line stability, alters from a steering of around five degrees: small steering angles are all it to perform precise cornering, improving handling on winding roads. The steering angle have also been enabling the driver to steer the far more easily, particularly on roads. Compared with a system with a constant the number of revolutions from to lock is reduced by around 25 with the Direct-Steer system.

Purely mechanical Direct-Steer with a host of benefits

advantage of the purely mechanical system is the absence of any elaborate and complex sensors with benefits in terms of weight, space and susceptibility to faults. The steering response is also compared with other steering systems that require the driver to adapt to what are fast changing on the road.

The Direct-Steer system is on the familiar speed-sensitive power system which reduces the assistance as the road speed Easy manoeuvrability on urban where large steering and thus a great deal of assistance is required, is coupled reduced support at high say on the motorway all of which improves stability and handling safety.

Vectoring Brake optimises dynamics and handling safety

A improvement in driving dynamics as as active handling safety courtesy of the new Torque Vector ing If the Electronic Stability Program the onset of understeer, short braking intervention on the vehicle’s rear wheel generates a yawing moment around the vertical axis within a of a second. Consequently, the AMG S-Class precisely and remains under at all times as well as also active handling safety by the tendency to understeer. The Torque Brake is standard on the S 63 AMG and S 65 AMG.

stabilisation as new Active Body function

The AMGsports suspension now as standard with automatic stabilisation based on Active Control (ABC). The ABC control vary the wheel load so that the effect of crosswinds is compensated or reduced to a minimum. If the is affected by a crosswind, the ABC control utilises the yaw-rate, lateral steering angle and speed of the Electronic Stability Program to trigger diagonal wheel distribution instantly for instance on the front and right rear The associated steering effect the effect of the crosswind. Crosswind is activated at speeds above 80 while travelling in a straight or on slight bends. The function is if the driver himself makes brusque steering corrections.

The suspension on the S 63 AMG and S 65 AMGall but entirely the body movements that when moving off, and braking. Bends are negotiated far less roll; the body caused by fast evasive is effectively suppressed. Other features of Active Body are the variable roll moment between the front and rear which the system carries out according to the speed. The computer various acceleration sensors to information on the current driving and compares this data those from the pressure in the spring struts and the level on the control arms. The system computes the control signals the servo-hydraulic valves at the front and axle transform into metered flows of oil.

The adjustment system enables the vehicle weight to be factored the calculation processes for the active As such the S 63 AMGand S 65 AMG handle as dynamically even when the car is laden. Briefly pressing the button next to the AMG instrument changes the characteristics of the AMGsports the roll angle through corners is reduced further, the absorbers and springs also firmer to promote agility. At of between 65 and 100 km/h, ABC automatically the body by as much as 15 millimetres to wind resistance. If more clearance is needed when on poor road surfaces, the can raise the level of the vehicle by 40 at a speed up to 30 km/h by simply a button.

AMG high-performance braking based on ADAPTIVE BRAKE

on the ADAPTIVE BRAKE system, the braking system continues to set the for stopping power, sensitivity and resistance. The front axle a double floating brake this technology combines the of a sliding-calliper disc brake heat transfer to the brake and clear advantages in terms of thanks to the brake lining mechanism with the efficiency of an large fixed calliper At the rear, braking is handled by a sliding frame-type calliper. ventilated, perforated composite discs at the front and rear a diameter of 390 and 365 millimetres respectively the shortest stopping distances, resistance to fading and outstanding

The hydraulic dual-circuit braking is controlled electronically, permitting the of numerous driver assistance that improve safety and such as priming the braking in critical situations: if the driver switches from the accelerator to the pedal before emergency ADAPTIVE BRAKE increases the in the brake lines and applies the to the brake discs, so that can grip instantly with force when the brake is pressed. In wet weather, the system regular, short brake to ensure that the film of on the brake discs is wiped off and the can work as effectively as possible. automatic brake-drying function is activated when the windscreen on the S-Class have been in for a certain time; the driver not notice the finely metered impulses.

After the S-Class has been to a standstill, briefly pressing the pedal a little further is all is required to activate the HOLD The car is then held by the brakes, if the driver’s foot comes off the pedal. In this way ADAPTIVE prevents the car from rolling inadvertently when stopped at lights or stuck in stop-and-go and from rolling back facing a slope. The HOLD is deactivated automatically when the car off.

Eye-catching light-alloy in 19 and 20-inch format

High-sheen AMGfour-spoke light-alloy wheels titanium grey provide the between the road and the S 63 AMG. R 19 tyres are fitted on 8.5-inch-wide at the front, while 275/40 R 19 combine with 9.5-inch-wide at the rear. The S 65 AMG comes with AMG twin-spoke forged wheels, in titanium grey with a finish, measuring 8.5 and 9.5 inches 255/35 R 20 tyres are fitted at the while 275/35 R 20 tyres at the rear.

Active and passive

The high safety standard of the S-Class is further improved by a combination of new camera and radar-based assistance systems. Innovations as Speed Limit Assist, ASSIST drowsiness detection and Highbeam Assist or the PRE-SAFE® take occupant protection on the S 63 AMG and S 65 AMG to a wholly new level.

A combination of assistance and protection systems the AMG S-Class into an intelligent that can see, feel, reflexively and act independently in relation to a danger and so prevent accidents or their effects. For the first cameras are also used are able to look well monitor the car’s surroundings and typical critical situations. One is the Adaptive Highbeam Assist for S 65 AMG). This system oncoming vehicles or vehicles with their lights on, and controls the headlamps to ensure the possible beam range dazzling other road

As a new feature, Night View Plus with infrared (optional) is now equipped with a pedestrian detection function: as as the system detects pedestrians on the ahead, they are highlighted on the to make them more noticeable.

Lane Keeping is another system that ahead for even safer The camera on the inside of the windscreen is to recognise clear lane by evaluating the contrasting images of the surface and the markings. If the vehicle its lane unintentionally, the driver is by short vibrations of the steering to correct the situation. Unlike systems of this kind, the system is able to evaluate the activities as well, and can reliably whether the car is leaving its lane or not. There is therefore no if, for instance, the driver accelerates overtaking or joining a motorway, heavily or enters a bend.

The supplied by the windscreen camera are used by the new Speed Limit which recognises speed signs in passing and shows the speed limit in the central (standard for S 65 AMG).

Drowsiness on the basis of more than 70

Thanks to an innovative technology the has a very sensitive antenna for the level of its driver, and can warn him in when he becomes drowsy. The ASSIST drowsiness detection continuously monitors more 70 different parameters. Once the electronics recognise the steering pattern that typically the onset of drowsiness on the basis of from the highly sensitive angle sensor, a warning is sounded and ATTENTION ASSIST. appears in the instrument cluster. ASSIST is fitted as standard.

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