Mercedes-AMG finally unveiled their C63 lineup with the remarkable facelift way ahead of this year’s New York Auto Show.
With looks that you can recognize from the get-go, the newest models feature the latest Panamericana grille as well as the revamped air vents especially designed to give attention to the vehicle’s width.
Designers also decided to improve the wheel arches for better aerodynamic efficiency, plus a new rear diffuser was also installed. Some of the other notable updates include the revised exhaust, aerodynamically optimized 19 and 18-inch allow wheels, and new rear apron.
This revised styling can also be seen inside the cabin, and drivers will appreciate the new sport steeriign wheel clad in leather complete with Touch Control buttons which respond to vertical and horizontal swiping movements similar to smartphones. The latest model also comes with a digital instrument cluster of 12.3 inches as well as an infotainment system with a display of either 10.25 or 7 inches. Buyers are also going to love the additional new interior tweaks like the two tone black nappa and magma grey leather seats adorned with stitching of yellow contrast. The trim options were revamped as well as customers can choose new options like the open-pore walnut and the anthracite open-pore oak.
Under the hood, you will find the twin-turbo V8 engine of 4.0-L that can produce 350 kW or 476 PS and 479 lb-ft or 650 Nm of torque in standard model and at 375 kW or 510 PS and 516 lb-ft or 700 Nm of torque in the C63 S.
Although there are no changes to the ratings, the engine has been connected to the AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT 9G transmission promising shorter shift times. You can be sure that these new changes will excite more fans and generate more interests among the driving public.