Offering dynamic performance plus long-distance comfort, the Mercedes-AMG C 63 S is a compelling mixture of high-performance and everyday comfort, creating a car set above the rest. The C 63 S offers even more explosive performance and handling than the C 63, and is offered in both estate and saloon versions.
Capable of a hair-raising 510hp, the top model in the C-Class line-up is powered by a 4.0-litre V8 BITURBO engine yet still manages exceptional efficiency. Built for both speed and comfort, there is nothing the top-of-the-range car doesn’t do well, now with an even more distinctive design to go with its performance.
Influenced by motorsport, the C 63 S is longer and wider than the C 63 to present an even more muscular aspect to the car, and V8 BITURBO lettering on the wings showcase the exclusive power growling under the bonnet, a true touch of class.
Top-of-the-class safety features reside in the Mercedes-AMG C 63 S, such as the AMG high-performance composite brake system, using large, internally ventilated and perforated brake discs all round for the best possible deceleration. Increased fade resistance and lower weight thanks to composite technology improves the overall stability and responsiveness for true control even at high speeds.
The AMG speed-sensitive sports steering provides another level of control over the car, adapted for the each selected suspension set-up and give reduced resistance at high speeds to provide the best possible feedback, helping the driver to remain in control at high speeds.
Electronically controlled AMG limited-slip differential on the rear axle ensures a higher level of agility and guarantees increased stability in slaloms or when changing lanes at high speeds. Multi-disc clutches and two thrust rings redistribute the drive torque to the wheel with better traction, preventing spinning on the inside wheel and ensuring a secure ride.
The muscular stance of the Mercedes-AMG C 63 S is reinforced with the powerful design of the front end; two distinctive power domes grace the long aluminium bonnet and wider wings ensure a beefy look. The ‘twin blade’ radiator grille with AMG lettering is positioned low down and with classic arrow form, enhancing the low, sporty look of the car.
The rear end carries more sporty features, like the diffuser insert with three fins and visual air outlets positioned on either side. Two chrome-plated twin exhaust pipes of the AMG sport exhaust system are perfectly integrated into the diffuser, giving a polished finish to the smoothed down silhouette of the car.
Carefully selected and sumptuous interior fittings make the
C 63 S as luxurious as it is powerful. The dashboard is finished in black
ARTICO man-made leather, along with the sports seats, and finished with crystal
grey stitching for a look of ultimate luxury.
The wealth of technology available with the Mercedes-AMG C 63 S begins with the latest developments in the AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT 7-speed sports transmission, with RACE START and double-declutching functions allowing hair-raising acceleration and ultra-short shift times. The driver’s shift commands are carried out faster than ever for the best performance yet.
The AMG instrument cluster carries some exciting technological functions, focusing on information for sporty drivers. The high-resolution 13.9cm central TFT multifunction display includes RACETIMER, which makes it possible to measure and store lap times to keep track of the driver’s performance over time.
The technology provides a premium driving experience right
down to the exhaust, the AMG sports exhaust system adapting the sound of the
exhaust according to the driving mode selected, by means of a variably
adjustable exhaust flap. Go from typical AMG to restrained and feel the true
meaning of sports performance.
|Vehicle Height (unladen)||1426mm|
|Unladen Weight (DIN)||1730kg|
|Engine / Cylinders||4.0 litre/V8|
|Engine Capacity||3982 cc|
|Max Torque||700 Nm @ 1750-4500 rpm|
|Max Power||375kW @ 5500-6250 rpm|
|Top Speed||250 km/h|
|Acceleration||0 - 100 km/h / 4.0s|
|Combined Cycle||8.4 - 8.2 l/100 km|
|Urban Cycle||11.0 - 10.8 l/100 km|
|CO2||195 - 192 g/km|