The upcoming 2018 Mercedes-AMG S63 Cabriolet was recently spotted while it was carrying out its development testing right outside of the company’s facilities over at the Nurburgring.
Despite being under camouflage, it’s apparent that the model’s biggest revamp will be at its front where it will be gaining the curved and vertical-slatted grille from the AMG GT R.
According to CarScoops, there will be a set of revamped lights all around along with a pair of different bumpers to complete the new look.
The refreshed AMG version will also be employing the new semi-autonomous system that Mercedes has been working on. This system works by merging sensor feedback with map data which enables it to predict upcoming corners and act as required.
This model will be equipped with AMG’s twin-turbo 5.5L V8 worth 577hp but it’s reported to receive a significant power hike, just like the range-topping V12 S65 version.
Meanwhile, the entry-level S400 variant of the S-Class Coupe will also be equipped with the new twin-turbo 3.0L straight-six unit whereas the S500 versions of the Coupe and Cabriolet are said to receive a de-tuned variant of the twin-turbo 4.0L V8.