|Colour:||Obsidian Black Metallic|
2011 Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG L (RHD)
- Concours award winner
- 53,000 miles from new.
- Extensive Mercedes service history on file.
- Long Wheel Base.
- Finished in Obsidian Black Metallic with Exclusive leather trim in Grey.
- Specified with many options!
- A fabulous example.
Our absolutely stunning, 2011 Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG L is finished in Obsidian Black Metallic with Grey Exclusive leather trim in and many options including:
- AMG styling package
- AMG Carbon Fiber center console
- Front and rear passenger entertainment
- Climatised front and rear seats with massage function
- Infotainment package
- Bang & Olufsen BeoSound AMG Sound System
- Rear view camera
- Memory Package (Front and rear seats, steering column, mirrors)
- Autonomous cruise control plus
- Active blind spot assist
- Active lane assist
- Auto dimming interior and exterior mirrors
- Electric roller blinds in rear
- Panoramic sunroof
- Traffic sign recognition
- Heat insulating and IR reflecting safety glass all round
- Night view assist
The W221 was introduced in the autumn of 2005 at the Frankfurt International Motor Show, with sales starting in autumn of 2005 and export to other markets beginning in 2006. There was a big change in design. Slightly larger in all dimensions than its predecessor, it featured three newly developed engines with up to 26% power increase. Interior was completely new, all materials had been upgraded and made for a more luxurious ride, and the centre console transmission gear lever had been replaced with a column-mounted shifter. New technological features on the W221 include an infrared Night View Assist feature and the latest Mercedes-Benz pre-collision system. The W221 features sharper exterior styling and technological improvements. It was the second consecutive generation of the S-Class to be solely produced in a saloon body style.
The S-Class received a facelift across the entire model line in mid-2009. Daytime LED running lights were fitted to the outer edges of the bi-xenon lamp units. The rear end was accented with a total of 52 distinctively arranged LEDs in the two taillights. Gone were the body-coloured strips through the rear lights. Other noticeable changes at the front of the car are a more pronounced arrow-shaped grille, plus a new front bumper with a light-catching contour and a chrome strip below the cooling air intakes. New, sleeker rear-view door mirrors with LED turn signals were also added. Exhausts of all S-Class variants were visibly integrated into the rear bumper. The wheels were updated to more modern-style ones.
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