One of our forum members from Australia, “GRP”, is lucky enough to own a 2010 C63 AMG (pictured above). Unfortunately, no amount of horsepower under the bulging hood — not even 451 — is enough to get the super sedan across the vast expanse of water between his home country and the good ol’ U.S. of A.
What happens when you combine a shiny new C63 AMG Coupe, a set of P40 Jeffield HRE wheels, and renowned automotive photographer Marcel Lech? Some seriously serious eye candy. I’m talking diabetes-inducing amounts of eye candy.
Between your next breath and the year 2020, Mercedes-Benz will introduce 19 new models. Eight of those cars will be redesigns, and the other 11 are plopping M-B into new territory. This Mercedes-Benz C-Class Convertible is one of the cars assisting with the plopping.
With all the hustle and bustle of Independence Day coming up, this week’s set of photos takes a turn for the serene. Member “jgardner9000″ managed to make his way out to Lake Tahoe for some R&R with his C63 AMG. The trip yielded some calming photos as well. The drive to Tahoe, however, was probably a lot more spirited.
Like lingerie falling to the floor of a cheap motel room in Atlanta on a humid evening, the W205 Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG wagon continues to strip for us with heightened motivation.
I always thought silver and gold didn’t mix well, but everything changed after I saw “jpintor23’s” C63 AMG. It’s finished with Matte Silver Gray paint from the factory, but there have been some changes since it left Germany.
As of late our Photos of the Week have been things of beauty, awe, and wonder — so it’s about time we changed that up and added some more shock value.
Mercedes-Benz wants to fill the garages of new luxury car shoppers with its 2015 C-Class. Clearly, it also wants to fill holes in the automobile market, such as the crossover “coupe” segment.
Mercedes has found a gap to fill between the 333-horsepower C400 and the 450+/- horsepower C63. The undisguised C450 Sport AMG we spotted, and its 367-horsepower twin-turbo 3.0L V6 should fit within the wheel wells nicely.
Now that Mercedes-Benz’s entry-level positions for various markets are established by the A-Class, B-Class, or, as in the U.S., by the CLA four-door coupe, the new C-Class chassis (W205) will be positioned as a more premium family of cars including a cabriolet model.