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Latest model: Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Coupe 2012
In the shape of the new Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG coupé, Mercedes-amg is presenting an autonomous, high-performance vehicle that appeals to all the senses. Distinctive layout is combined with a comprehensive drive suite and dynamic handling. The new coupé joins the successful C-class AMG family, which contains the classic saloon as well as the practical estate model. The Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG coupé also enhances the AMG family of coupés: additionally to the CLS63 AMG and the CL63 AMG, Mercedes-amg Gmbh is now able to provide another dream vehicle featuring a high-performance eight-cylinder motor. The sphere release commences in July 2011. Looking particularly appealing is the Edition 1 of the Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG coupé, available from release with exclusive equipment.
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The AMG 6. 3-litre V8 motor in the Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG coupé provides a maximum output of 336 Kw (457 hp) and peak torque of 600 Newton metres for impressive performance: the coupé is capable of accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in 4. 5 seconds and the top speed is 250 km/h (electronically limited). With this kind of specification, the new two-door car is set to take the lead in its segment.
The new coupé variant benefits from all the technology upgrades that have been adopted on the Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG saloon and estate models. Deploying the AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT 7-speed sports transmission with Controlled Efficiency mode as traditional and a new performance steering pump reduces fuel consumption: the combined NEDC figure for the Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG coupé is 12. 0l/100 km.
This fuel consumption figure also applies to the performance version generating 358 Kw (487 hp) courtesy of the AMG performance suite. Available as an feature, this suite enhances acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h to 4. 4 seconds, with technology transferred from the SLS AMG responsible for the 22 Kw (30 hp) increase in output. The forged pistons, connecting rods and lightweight crankshaft adopted from the gull-wing model's innovative drive system save three kilograms in weight. This reduces inertia and enhances the agility and responsiveness of the high-revving, eight-cylinder naturally aspirated motor. Visually, the AMG performance suite can be identified by the variable intake manifold in titanium grey under the bonnet, the AMG high-performance braking system with composite front discs and red painted brake callipers all round, the carbon fibre spoiler lip on the boot lid and the AMG performance helm in nappa leather with an Alcantara grip space.