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Mercedes Benz S600A To Have V12 Option

Posted on January 17, 2014

What do you do when the S65 AMG is too hardcore, but yet ache for V12 power for your executive sedan to impress your clients? Look no further than the Mercedes-Benz S600, which was introduced at the North American International Auto Show here in Detroit.

Powered by a new 6.0L V12 twin turbo engine, the S600 pumps out a smooth 523hp and 612 lb-ft of torque, which peaks barely above idle at only 1900rpms. Much like its S550, S63 and S65 siblings, the S600 is loaded with MAGIC BODY CONTROL suspension which allows drivers to power through speed bumps without feeling it at all. The massive V12 powerplant is mated to the tried and true 7G-Tronic Plus seven speed automatic, providing effortless shifts.

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