This is How The Mercedes-Benz MLC 63 AMG Might Look

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Photo: X-Tomi Design
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The DSLR flashes are still warm after the unveil of the Mercedes-Benz Concept Coupe SUV at the 2014 Beijing Auto Show, but this hasn't stopped people already thinking about how the production version will look like.

Well, if the Mercedes-Benz Concept S-Class Coupe and its production version are anything to go by, we should expect the MLC to keep at least 90 percent of the design features found on the concept version.

Set to be launched most likely at the 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the Mercedes-Benz MLC will not only borrow the platform from the M-Class, but also most of its engines, including the mighty M157 for a MLC 63 AMG variant.

The above rendering is actually trying to depict how a Mercedes-Benz MLC 63 AMG might look, and in our opinion it is pretty much spot on. The only minor exception is probably the front bumper, which on the production version it should have the signature AMG “A” look when seen from the front.

Other than that, all details that X-Tomi introduced in the image are subtle but highly effective in creating the look of the production car. We've also added a versus with the original Concept Coupe SUV photo in order to better see what the differences are.

As you can see, the wheels are slightly smaller, there's the obligatory AMG two-blade engine grille, new headlights, normal door handles and rearview mirrors in which you can actually see what's going on behind the car.

The MLC 63 AMG is to be powered by the latest evolution of the M157 engine - a 5.5-liter twin-turbocharged V8 with direct injection - which in this car should develop 585 hp and 900 Nm (664 lb ft) of torque, just like the upcoming ML 63 AMG facelift.
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