The most powerful version of the AMG 6.3 liter V8 engine, which was first unveiled in 2005, powers the new Mercedes-Benz SL 63 AMG. This cutting-edge eight-cylinder engine produces 386 kW/525 horsepower at 6800 rpm and a maximum torque of 630 Newton meters in the Roadster, much like in the high-performance S63 MAG and CL 63 AMG. This entirely in-house design by AMG produces about 20% more torque than comparable naturally aspirated engines in this performance class due to its enormous displacement of 6208 cubic centimeters.
The AMG 6.3 liter V8 engine blends a massive displacement with a fast-revving design in a way that no other engine has done before, giving it the best of both worlds: thrilling liveliness and great torque at low engine speeds. The SL 63 AMG’s driver can feel the engine’s unmistakably sporty nature with its exceptional agility and dynamic reactivity over the entire engine speed range.
More than any other naturally aspirated engine in this output and displacement class, the AMG V8 delivers 500 Newton meters to the crankshaft at 2000 rpm and a maximum of 630 Newton meters at 5200 rpm. In summary, the AMG eight-cylinder engine ensures powerful acceleration, quick intermediate sprints, and the utmost in driving enjoyment.
The eight-cylinder engine from Affalterbach provides the thrill of a naturally-aspirated, high-revving V8 engine in unmistakably audible and tangible form at low, medium, and high engine speeds with its dynamic AMG exhaust note, which was designed after a lengthy series of testing. The SL63 MAG has a top speed of 250 km/h and goes from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.6 seconds (electronically limited).
The V-8 engine was almost immediately removed from the Mercedes-Benz lineup. Orders and production schedules for the impacted vehicles have been suspended, effective immediately, according to the model year 2022 availability update given to American dealers. All previously ordered 2022 V-8-powered GLE, GLS, and GLS Maybach cars as well as all AMG versions are affected by the action. The S-Class and Maybach S-Class are the only models that are unaffected and will be offered with a V-8 engine in the United States for 2002.
AMG C63 or 63 S, AMG E63 S, AMG DT, AMG GLC 63, AMG GLE63, GLS 580, AMG GLS 63, Maybach GLS 600, and G-Class SUV are therefore not available in 2022. The dealer discovered that Mercedes-Benz USA will keep placing orders in December for 2021 manufacturing. Please be aware that this MY21 G-Class volume is the only volume of G-Class available until further notice, according to the dealer update. McGregor steadfastly declined to comment on whether the problems with the supply chain affected chips, turbochargers, or other items. She also declined to comment on whether any of the V-8-powered vehicles that were dropped for the 2022 model year would be brought back for the 2023 model year.
Let’s see the Mercedes AMG 63 V8 Engine production – How it’s made in the amazing video below.
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