2015 Mercedes-Benz C 63 AMG Coupe Rendering

2015 Mercedes-Benz C 63 AMG Coupe Rendering 3 photos
Photo: RM.Design
2015 Mercedes-Benz C 63 AMG Coupe Rendering2015 Mercedes-Benz C 63 AMG Coupe Rendering
The latest reports suggest the new C 63 AMG will join its lesser brothers and sister some time in 2015. But for those of an impatient nature, we have fresh rendered images to show if this new ride is worth waiting for. Considering how much attention the new M4 is getting, this is serious business for any current C204 C 63 AMG owner looking to trade it in.

This is the C 63 AMG Coupe rendered by RM.Design based on the current W205 C-Class sedan model and the AMG Sport body kit it offers as an optional feature. What's changed? Well, the roofline is sleeker, it has only two doors and it looks like it's on a diet of testosterone.

Bulging air intakes at the front, not only feed the car's ferocious appetite for air, but also increase its curb appeal. Large alloy wheels sit inside flared wheel arches and a diffuser tail is accompanied by a quad chrome exhaust system.

It's hard to say if this gray German silhouette is more beautiful than a BMW M4 at the moment, but Mercedes has never disappointed us with its designs. Thanks largely to the enlarged S 63 family of cars, the words "AMG Coupe" are pretty much synonymous with cool design. From LED taillights to jewel-like headlights, even the baby C-Class will have everything it needs to impress.

Power for this and all the other C 63 AMG models (sedan and estate) will come from the new M177 bespoke engine from Affalterbach. The 4-liter turbo V8 will be sold in two flavors, with the most recent reports claiming 476 PS for the base model and 510 PS offered on the more dynamic S-Model.

The M4's 3-liter twin-turbo packs only 431 PS and has been been criticized for its artificially enhanced exhaust sound that's delivered into the cabin though the speakers. We predict no such problems for the new C 63 AMG, as historically, Mercedes models have always sounded better than their competitors.
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