The 5.5-liter Biturbo V8 will remain, but the German luxury brand will give its 550-hp speeding barge a host of cosmetic enhancements. Those will include updated LED headlights, bigger air intake on the front fascia and a new front bumper to follow the new S63 AMG.
Of course, the rear end will also see updates with mild changes due for the back-side bumper. The car will likely arrive sometime mid-way through next year as a 2015 model.
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