With its advanced self-drive technology, the new 2014 Mercedes-Benz AMG E63 isn't the average turbo-charged, paddle-shifted vehicle.
While the E63 AMG appears strikingly similar to the BMW's M5, it has a V8 under the hood, two turbos, paddle-shifter and 500-odd horsepower.
With the addition of the all-wheel drive 4Matic option and estate car format, it's almost identical to the Audi's RS6.
The car also sports intelligent features such as park assist, collision avoidance and anti-glare headlights that can detect other vehicles and adjust its beams accordingly.
The typical Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG can crank out 557hp from a 5.5-litre turbo V8, which is more than enough to reach 62mph in a mere 4.2 seconds, hitting an electronically limited 155mph.
However, super traction gives the four-wheel drive 4Matic model the opportunity to reach 62mph in only 3.7 seconds flat.
The E63 AMG S model raises the stakes to 585hp and takes a tenth off the acceleration time.
In terms of efficiency, the MPG figure is 30.7mpg, which is almost unheard of for such a potent machine. CO2 emissions are at 230g/km.
The E63 AMG is amongst the new Mercedes-Benz E Class of cars that the company is coining "Intelligent Drive."
It even has a stereo camera on the windscreen in back of the rear view mirror, giving the car a 3D, 500 metre view of the road.
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