The three available Final Edition models that have various exterior and interior touches go on sale in February
January 27, 2023 at 20:41
by Brad Anderson
Mercedes-AMG is sending off the current C 63 S and E 63 S, the last of its non-hybridized V8 models, in Australia with special Final Edition models that will go on sale from February 1.
The vehicles, that are all powered by AMG’s 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8s, have already been unveiled for international markets but have only just launched Down Under. They start with the Mercedes-AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+ Sedan Final Edition that stands out thanks to the Manufaktur Graphite Grey Magno paint, the Exterior Carbon Package, and 20-inch AMG cross-spoke alloy wheels. Mercedes has also equipped it with decals on the side skirts and an AMG badge on the C-pillar.
A number of special touches are also found within. These include AMG Performance front seats finished in either grey or black Nappa leather with yellow contrast stitching. The AMG steering wheel is also finished in leather and Dinamica while a host of parts are also clad in glossy carbon fiber.
Read: Japan Will Get 50 Units Of The Mercedes-AMG E63 S Final Edition
It’s not clear how many examples are bound for Australia but the carmaker has confirmed that the package adds AU$39,900 ($28,356) to the AU$272,000 ($193,309) starting price of the E 63 S.
Next, we come to the Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Cabriolet Final Edition and C 63 S Coupe Final Edition that serve as the swansong to the outgoing C 63. Both models are finished in Manufaktur Graphite Grey Magno with yellow and dark grey decals. A set of 19-inch front and 20-inch rear wheels have been fitted alongside the Exterior Carbon Package. Carbon ceramic brakes are also standard.
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Much like the E 63 S 4MATIC+ Sedan Final Edition, changes have been made to the cabin, such as the fitment of AMG Performance front seats, an AMG Performance steering wheel, grey or black Nappa leather with yellow stitching surfaces, and a number of dark aluminum and matte carbon fiber accents.
The Final Edition package adds AU$26,400 ($18,762) to the C63 S Cabriolet’s AU$212,600 ($151,093) starting price and AU$28,400 ($20,183) to the C 63 S Coupe’s AU$190,000 ($135,032) starting price.