Mercedes-AMG C 63 Cabriolet in New York

Mercedes-AMG C 63 Cabriolet in New York
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W em in the Mercedes C-Class convertible a strong wind is not enough, the AMG version is now served, which is guaranteed to come up with a strong storm. This is sparked by the well-known four-liter V8 biturbo engine, which is also offered in the convertible in the output variants 476 and 510 hp. The maximum torque is 650 or 700 Nm and is passed on by the well-known seven-speed sports automatic.

Only for an extra charge of 280 km /h fast

The Mercedes-AMG C 63 Cabrio then storms from zero to 100 km /h in 4.2 seconds and is captured by the on-board electronics at 250 km /h. The S version sprints 0.1 seconds faster, but also hits the 'wall' at 250. Only those who invest a few extra euros in the AMG Driver's Package can have their hair disheveled at 280 km /h.

The spectacle is accompanied by the V8 banging from an exhaust system with valve control that is controlled by the standard drive program selection system Dynamic Select. A performance exhaust system is optionally available, which is controlled directly at the push of a button.

For maximum lateral and longitudinal dynamics, the Mercedes-AMG C 63 Convertible uses the standard AMG Ride Control suspension with adaptive adjustable damping, a wider track on both axles, electromechanical sports parameter steering and a rear-axle locking differential (electronically controlled in the S version). 18-inch rims with 255/40 tires at the front and 285/35 rollers at the rear ensure contact with the ground. The S version uses 19-inch wheels and 255/35 and 285/30 tires. The convertible is also optionally available with mixed tires (19 inches at the front, 20 inches at the rear). If you want to be slow again quickly, you can rely on a sports brake system (360 discs in the C 63, 390 in the S version). The S variant can optionally also be fitted with ceramic stoppers.

Mercedes-AMG C 63 Cabrio with wide body look

Of course, the AMG convertible also goes its own way in terms of looks. The wider track allows the fenders to grow by 64 mm at the front and 66 mm at the rear. The 60 millimeter longer aluminum bonnet is adorned by two striking power domes. There is also a new front apron with flics and splitter, new side skirts and a rear apron with diffuser insert and chrome-plated twin tailpipe trims. The interior enters from the AMG shelfSports steering wheel, sports seats and AMG instruments.

For the market launch in August 2016, the Mercedes-AMG C 63 Cabrio will also be available as Edition 1 with significantly expanded special equipment. Mercedes has not yet announced prices for the power convertible.


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