Mode Carbon’s goal was to take an “ordinary” C63 Sedan and transform it into a major source of revenue for the neck brace industry. Thus far, my shares are up.
This hero of motoring figured out he could put a sign on his Mercedes-Benz C32 AMG’s sliding sun shades on the rear glass of his car, telling the motorist behind him exactly how he feels about their stupidity.
There are auto manufacturers that don’t step back to take stock in the look of a car before it’s done, and in those rare instances, you get something like the Mercedes eyebrow lights.
After an earlier-than-wanted leak today of the new W205 C63 AMG, Mercedes sent out a few higher-resolution pictures to hopefully satisfy the hungry fans and journalists. Guess what, Mercedes? It didn’t. We just want more now.
The engine was forced upwards, and the dash and steering rack were officially rendered “screwed up”. Essentially, it’s dead. Join us in a moment of silence.
The W205 C63 AMG is set to use the brand-new 4.0L twin-turbo V8 that the AMG GT uses. It’s supposed to be more powerful, more efficient, and overall, just a better car … but there is just something missing: noise.
The car world is ever-changing, and here at “Photos of the Week” that goes double for camera equipment as well. This week, these beautiful shots popped up in a post from user “pcho” (a.k.a. Perry), using his new Sony a7R camera.
MBUSA chose Seattle to unveil some of the members of their 2015 C-Class lineup. The cars fit right in with those driven by tech entrepreneurs and those wanting to look like one.
Some automotive writers got the chance to drive the 2015 C-Class recently. During their day spent with reps from the company, they were able to glean some information on what’s due to happen for the C-Class product line in the next few years.
After a significant amount of laboring and love, the car started coming back together. First mechanically, and then aesthetically. Resurrection!