Mercedes-Benz S-Class AMG Sport Edition

Mercedes-Benz has announced a new AMG upgrade package for the S-Class in the UK. Details and pictures here

Mercedes-Benz has announced a new UK model, the S-Class AMG Sport Edition, which adds a number of cosmetic and spec changes to the basic model.

The AMG Sport Edition is actually based on the current S350 BlueTEC, and the package brings a new AMG styling kit – which consists of deeper front and rear bumpers, side skirts and 20-inch five-spoke AMG alloy wheels. Power remains unchanged at 258bhp for the 2.7-litre diesel engine.

Inside, the S-Class is treated to a number of AMG-inspired goodies, including stainless steel sports pedals, black ash wood trim and a new steering wheel. A Harmon Kardon entertainment system is also included – usually a £4500 option.

On sale in the UK now, the new AMG Sport Edition is priced from £69,995.

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