Petrol engines – star performers in the engine room.

Model Cylinder
arrangement
and number
Engine displacement
(cc)
Rated power output
(kW at rpm)[1]
Top
speed
(km/h)
Fuel consumption
combined
(l/100 km)[2]
CO2 emissions combined (g/km)[2]
S 500 V8 4663 335/5250–5500 250[3] 9.1–8.6 213–199
S 500 long wheelbase V8 4663 335/5250–5500 250[3] 9.1–8.6 213–199
S 500 4MATIC V8 4663 335/5250–5500 250[3] 9.6-9.1 225-211
S 500 4MATIC long-wheelbase version V8 4663 335/5250–5500 250[3] 9.6-9.1 225-211
S 600 long-wheelbase version V12 5980 390/4900–5300 250[3] 11.3 264
S 63 AMG V8 5461 430/5500 250[3] 10.1 237
S 63 AMG 4MATIC long-wheelbase version V8 5461 430/5500 250[3] 10.3 242
S 65 AMG long-wheelbase version V12 5980 463/4800–5400 250[3] 11.9 279
Mercedes-Maybach S 500 V8 4663 335/5250–5500 250[3] 8.9 207
Mercedes-Maybach S 600 V12 5980 390/4900–5300 250[3] 11.7 274

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