2017 Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe Gets Comprehensive Walkaround Video Presentation

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The hype surrounding the recently released Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe isn't over just yet. After the initial action trailers and the mandatory on-track footage of the car, the time has come for a full presentation video.
The official YouTube Mercedes-AMG channel has released a static walkaround presentation for their stunning new offering. Painted in glossy white, the Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe appears to enjoy basking under the spotlights just as much as eating tarmac and spitting fire on a race track.

If you want to be put up to date regarding all the new features of the C63 Coupe and can't be bothered to read our even more comprehensive dedicated article, then this video will do the trick. The German-speaking host (don't worry, there's English voiceover) highlights all that sets the new Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe apart from its saloon counterpart. And the competition.

And he's got a lot to talk about. Starting with the visual differentiating points - most of which aren't just aesthetic gimmicks, but also perform a very specific practical function - and ending with the interior features.

Bear in mind this is an official presentation, so expect a lot of superlatives and the occasional cheesiness. While the car's wheels never once turn during this video, you do get the chance to hear the awesome 4.0-liter twin-turbo engine rev, and the performance exhaust system work its magic. If you prefer to hear it on the go, though, have a look here.

The Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe, however, is the kind of car that looks dynamic even while standing still, and I can only blame the flared arches for this. We did have high expectations following the S63 Coupe, but the designers have really outdone themselves here.

Bottom line, the Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe is definitely a car to look out for and we don't need any grey-haired German to tell us that. There's still a little time left until the Frankfurt Motor Show, but the clock is ticking.

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