Interior design: Consistently dynamic bias

Nov 30, 2016

The interior reinforces the consistently dynamic bias with numerous specially designed details. Ideal for a sporty driving style, the AMG performance steering wheel has three spokes and comes in black nappa leather. It also features a flattened bottom section and perforations in the grip area. The 12 o'clock marking in black, the steering wheel trim in silver chrome with AMG lettering, the silver-coloured aluminium shift paddles and the IWC‑designed analogue clock create further individual highlights.

The driver and front passenger enjoy a secure position in the front sport seats even when driving at speed, thanks to the improved lateral support. There is a distinctive seat upholstery layout in black nappa leather/DINAMICA microfibre, nut brown nappa leather or macchiato nappa leather. The door centre panels match the seat design. AMG performance seats with integral head restraints can be ordered as an option. Trapezium-grain aluminium trim elements highlight the sporty aspirations.

In the E 63 S 4MATIC+ the interior has been refined further. Highlights include nappa leather covering for the instrument panel and beltlines, the performance steering wheel with crystal grey 12 o'clock marking and contrasting topstitching, AMG crest in the front head restraints, crystal grey seat piping, IWC-designed analogue clock and seat belts in crystal grey.

The AMG instrument cluster places all the important information in the driver's field of vision. Dials in a carbon-fibre look and the distinctive typography lend the large, clearly legible displays an especially sporty touch. The vivid widescreen multifunction display with two monitors is part of the standard equipment for the E 63 S 4MATIC+ and is available as an option for the E 63 4MATIC+.

With the widescreen cockpit, the driver can choose from three display designs: Classic, Sport and Progressive. Here, the Sport display has been completely redesigned for the E 63 4MATIC+. The central rev counter emphasises the exceptionally sporty look. What's more, the AMG menu has been expanded considerably. It is possible to display the engine and transmission oil temperature, lateral and longitudinal acceleration, engine output and torque, boost (boost pressure), tyre temperatures and pressures, as well as the current vehicle set-up.

There is also an AMG-specific view on the optional head-up display with rev counter, gear display and Race Timer, the latter for showing times on closed circuits.