The next generation of the Mercedes-AMG C 63 comes in a double pack for winter sports. In the far north, both the sedan and the station wagon were caught. For the first time we see the performance variant of the 206 series without camouflage on the A-pillars, roof and doors.
The models appear to sport the stock headlights and the camouflage wrap is the only thing hiding the final design front and rear. Like other AMG models, the vehicles sport the Panamericana grille with vertical slats, and the center of the lower panel also features this element. There are horizontal struts for the air intakes in the corners.
All vehicles carry unequal wheelsets. Up front, the design has widely spaced spokes with five sets of dual members. The rear rims are black and have 10 spokes. Behind them are large brake discs with large calipers.
At the rear there are trapezoidal taillights with a diamond-shaped shape. Holes in the lower panel make room for the two exhaust pipes on each side.
While we don’t have images of the interior in this gallery, references to other AMG models suggest the interior should look similar to the regular C-Class, but with sporty touches like carbon fiber panels. Large, digital screens give the interior a high-tech look.
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Instead of the previous V8 biturbo, the new C 63 models are powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder with an electric turbocharger and have an electric motor that drives the rear wheels. The total output is said to be up to 600 hp (447 kilowatts).
The powertrain conversion means that a manual gearbox will no longer be available. Instead, all models will be fitted with a nine-speed automatic.
We assume that Mercedes will launch the AMG models later this year. The weaker variants such as the C 53 will start, the C 63 will make its debut in the second half of 2022.