Renders of the new Mercedes-AMG C63 in a powerful version of the Black Series appeared on the webAugust 2, 2020
The designer presented his vision of what a high-performance Mercedes-AMG C63 coupe could be in an even more powerful Black Series version. So far, nothing has been heard about the company’s plans to present such a performance of the car.
It’s no secret that the cars of the Mercedes-AMG sports division are very, very powerful. Especially those of them that have a very productive version of the Black Series – it is usually received by the craziest models in terms of speed characteristics. Such a car has a huge price tag, very powerful iron and a high rear wing. In addition, the brand’s Black Series vehicles are primarily intended for use on the racetrack.
Mercedes-AMG recently unveiled its wildest car ever, the AMG GT Black Series sports coupe.
Independent designer Carlifestyle decided to try to answer the question, what would the Mercedes-AMG C63 coupe look like in the Black Series version.
The current Mercedes-AMG C63 S is the most extreme version of the C-class coupe and offers impressive performance. Under the hood of this car is a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 that produces 503 horsepower and 699 Nm of torque, the AMG C63 S can accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in just 3.7 seconds. And the standard quarter mile (402 meters), the car overcomes in 11.9 seconds. This impressive coupe also has some of the best production car exhaust sounds and a sleek design that sets it apart from the competition.
As for the C63 in the even more powerful Black Series, we expect a lot more power than now and less weight. Typically, Black Series cars are characterized by the use of a large amount of carbon fiber and other exotic materials in their construction to make the car even lighter.
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