Mercedes-AMG E 63 S 4MATIC + In the station wagon version, it’s one of the best family cars you can buy and the fastest in particular. Some will appreciate the large luggage compartment, which can hold up to 1,820 liters, but most will rather enjoy what AMG has offered this model under the hood. It’s a twin-turbo eight-cylinder petrol engine, tuned to a whopping 612 horsepower and 850 Nm of torque. At first, it may seem that these values are more than enough. But this is not the case for the self-proclaimed German editor Poseidon. He has turned this family station wagon into a powerful beast that needs a lot of experience. Although he may deceive with his body, he does bite.
For AMG, it has prepared several versions, mainly performance modifications. The simplest of them includes only modifications to the control unit and increases power to 707 hp and 1000 Nm. Well, that’s a pretty big plus, but it’s just the beginning.
Posaidon has another mod up its sleeve, which it refers to as the RS 830. This includes not only gray tuning, but also new intakes, new turbochargers and a revised exhaust. The result, as the name implies, is 830 hp and 1100 Nm of torque. After this intervention, the German station wagon can accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in 3.2 seconds and stop up to 350 km / h.
Another version of the modification is the version marked RS 830+. It will provide slightly different turbochargers, and of course reset the console. The exhaust is a little different. The result is 880 hp and 1200 Nm, which ensures acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in 3.1 seconds.
Finally, the most powerful version of the modification adds more valves and modified cylinder heads to its predecessor, as well as providing a methanol injection system. All this together will provide the driver with a power of 940 hp and 1280 Nm, which in practice means acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in less than three seconds.
Interestingly enough, the car designer did not pay much attention to the design of the car. Yes, he added some carbon details, but nothing extreme. At first glance, almost 1,000 horses are hidden under a very inconspicuous body.