There once was a time when just about every automaker had a station wagon or two that they made. Those days are gone. Luckily, Mercedes and a few other automakers are saving the day.
Crank your volume and prepare your ears for 19 seconds of metal. Methinks me wants to hear it at a track, though.
While I don’t want to turn this into a debate, slammed might not be for everyone, but we can all rest relatively easily knowing the car can lift itself back up to endure spirited pedal-stomping.
All of us have been put in a hypothetical win-win situation. For instance: “Dude, would you rather sleep with Eva Mendes or Charlize Theron?” Forum member 2007CL63AMG’s son is in a win-win-win scenario. A very real one.
Is Mercedes shooting itself in the foot by outpricing most buyers from its best seller?
Because AMG is taking its sweet time on the C63, Brabus decided it was time for the new C-Class to get some upgrades. Thanks guys.
When you’re dealing with a Black Series — in this case, a 2012 Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Black Series Coupe — you’re going to get a lot of this view. That is, unless you’re the one driving it.
You’ve got to do something when you’re stuck in traffic. You can’t just stare at the ass end of a Lamborghini Gallardo the whole time — or can you? But really, why not make the waiting a little more entertaining by revving your engine?
Personally, I think it sounds good, but it’s missing something. It’s missing the raucous noise that previously made AMG engines distinct.
This C63 AMG may be a little out of place on the streets of Toronto, but I really, REALLY, don’t mind.