When the 670-horsepower C63 AMG’s tires hit the Russian dragstrip, it whooped the asses of a 700-hp Corvette Z06, a 700-pony BMW F10 M5 and an 830-horsepower Mercedes-Benz ML63 AMG.
The owner was testing out a new tune and exhaust system when it seems the straps went loose and the car almost shook itself off the rig.
The car in the photos doesn’t look enough like a racecar. This specific car needs to be lowered with a widebody kit, and the rims need to be changed out for something a bit darker in color. Add all that, and the white lettering would look fantastic.
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.
The balls on this dude to shoe this car this way. I can definitely say I will never see another CLS with rims like this, and that is worthy of praise.
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.
Another drag race, and another chance to see a W211 E55 AMG beat a big-bad American straight-line performer at its own game.
Crank your volume and prepare your ears for 19 seconds of metal. Methinks me wants to hear it at a track, though.
Here are a few upgrades and cosmetic adjustments you can do yourself, without the need for a full-scale shop to enhance your ride’s presence.
It’s never easy after an accident to figure out what to do with your pride and joy. You really don’t want to scrap the car — that’s just heartless, but at the same time, you can’t use it. So what do you do? You make it an organ donor.