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Carlsson CC63S Rivage at the IAA: Mercedes C-Class with 605 PS

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Carlsson CC63S Rivage at the IAA
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M ercedes tuner Carlsson likes to name his creations after Kurrven or sections of the Ardennes racetrack Spa-Francorchamps. The C-Class presented at the IAA is nicknamed Rivage. The basis for the Carlsson CC63S Rivage is the Mercedes-AMG C 63 S.

Carlsson CC63S Rivage with carbon fiber aerodynamic kit

Anyone with such a big name has to shine with big data . The Rivage can. The engineers tickle a full 605 hp and a maximum torque of 820 Nm from the four-liter V8 biturbo. The Rivage is supposed to jump from zero to 100 km /h in 3.8 seconds.

An aerodynamic kit made of carbon fiber laminate provides the appropriate racing look. The front is upgraded with a new spoiler lip and newly drawn air ducts. Two L-shaped air guiding panels arranged around the original air inlets add a further accent. The carbon fiber ensemble is supplemented by air duct fins on the front apron, fender attachments and additional sill flaps.

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Air outlet covers and further flaps emphasize the rear apron of the CC63S Rivage. A rear spoiler on the trunk lid and a rear apron insert with diffuser are intended to increase downforce. The stainless steel sports exhaust system sticks out its four black and chrome-plated tailpipe trims from under the apron. A flap control allows the sound control. 245/35 or 265/35 tires on 19-inch rims ensure a full footprint. If you want to drive over 300 km /h with the CC63S Rivage, Carlsson advises you to use 20 incheswith 245/30 tires on the front and 265/30 rollers on the rear axle. For the special appearance at the IAA, a blue partial film of the white painted body ensures.

The interior of the Carlsson CC63S Rivage is black and blue. Black leather is combined with a smart check pattern on the seats and door panels. There are also Alcantara applications and contrasting stitching.

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