With a tuned up handcrafted, individually numbered engine the AMG E63 S sports 604 brake-horsepower, all wheel drive, and a turbocharger. Purists who may be worried about whether or not AWD might sap some of the power out of the otherwise track-like drive of the AMG need not freak out. The engineers at AMG have added several sport driving modes, including a drift mode which diverts all the power to the rear axle and switches the traction control off so you can slide through turns like a Japanese import car. With a top speed of 186 mph thanks to the “Driver’s Package” and a 0-60 time of just over 3 seconds, you don’t need to worry about AWD doing anything but making this car even better.
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