Getting past the camo, the much wider front axle is pretty obvious in the images below, while for the first time we can actually see some decent amount of meat on the rear tires, unlike previous generations of the model.
With tires measuring just 255/35 R18 at the rear and at least 600 Nm (442 lb ft) of torque in the least powerful version, the W204 generation of the C 63 AMG was by far the most tail-happy model its segment.
While that may be fun, it also lost it a fair amount of time on the track when compared with its much less powerful competitors.
Set to sport a newly-developed four-liter V8 with twin-turbochargers, the upcoming C 63 AMG W205 is to put to good use no less than 476 hp and 650+ Nm (479+ lb ft) of torque, making it as powerful as the supercharged E 55 AMG W211.
According to most recent reports, the 2015 Mercedes-Benz C 63 AMG W205 will be unveiled at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show, with sales to start in early 2015.