Mercedes-benz c63 amg is its performance tuning, which makes it an incredible car to drive. Fitting yourself into the bolstered driver's seat only begins to let you know what the c63 can do. Hit the start button and hear the heavy bark of the engine, and you're getting closer.
The new bonnet with its prominent power domes conceals the independently developed amg 6. 3-litre v8 engine, which develops a fulminating 336 kw/457 hp at 6800 rpm from a displacement of 6208 cubic centimetres. In this respect the c63 amg comes very close to the 470 or so horsepower delivered by the amg c-class racing touring car in the dtm series. This high output also benefits the power-to-weight ratio, which is a very favourable 3.
The new c63 goes beyond the conventions that have defined each and every amg model for the good part of the past decade, adding a welcome degree of finesse to the driving experience. But that's not to say the c63 lacks any of the unadulterated performance muscle we have come to expect from mercedes-benz's storied performance-car division. It still does the old point-and-squirt routine as well as any rival. In fact, amg's entry-level model is now more rapid than ever, and it gets to 100 kph (62 mph) in 4.