On paper, making a sporty Mercedes-Benz S-Class seems a lot like going mountaineering wearing a pair of stilettos. When we hear the words S-Class, attributes like limousine space, comfort, sublime luxury and a roomy, plush backseat comes to mind. But the S63 AMG coupe is anything but that. It is shorter, has only two doors, the front seats are given more precedence than the rear and it has a fire breathing 577bhp V8 motor under the long sculpted hood. With the S63 coupe, Mercedes has tried to make a car which not only shouts technology and top-notch quality but it also promises to possess style, supercar-rivalling performance and dynamics. But has the German giant succeeded in doing just that?