While the Mercedes C63 AMG is the flagship performance version of the C-Class series, the tuners at Mcchip-dkr felt it could still use some extra power. They decided to bolt on a supercharger system along with a custom exhaust and sport catalysts to the factory V8 that previously produced 480 horsepower. After the tuning, the sports car now puts down 650 HP with a peak torque of 750 Nm. To handle this extra power, a new KW-Clubsport suspension kit was installed while MB rims wrapped in high performance Dunlop Sportmaxx tires were mounted in the wheel wells.
Check out the latest work from Prior Design on the Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Coupe Black Edition. They have transformed this average C-Class into a true head turner with several new styling parts. The package consists of a new lip spoiler, wider fenders, side skirts, wide rear bumper with integrated diffuser and some vents in the hood.
Tuning firm Vath has released another Mercedes C63 AMG performance package for their Black Series collection. This is the most advanced tune the car can receive after we first saw the AMG Performance package and original Black Series edition that produced 510 horsepower. If you’re the type of owner that wants every single option available and more, be sure to check out what this new Vath kit offers.
It’s been a while since we’ve seen a Wimmer RS car tuning project, but they are back on track with this taxi looking Mercedes C63 AMG Wagon. From the factory, the car holds a naturally aspirated 6.2-liter V8 powerplant producing 457 horsepower with 600 Nm of torque. Wimmer RS came to play with a few performance upgrades of their own, featuring new cylinders, camshafts, custom throttle, exhaust and ECU optimization to boost the output.
The German tuning company Wimmer RS had this unique Mercedes C63 AMG on display at the Essen Motor Show. Calling it the BlueGreen Eliminator, Wimmer was able to pack a punch in the sporty sedan. With their top of the line performance package, power increased from 487 PS and 600 Nm of torque to 601 PS with 720 newton meters of torque. After the initial Mercedes tuning, the car received a new set of KW coilovers for the suspension, 19-inch alloy rims, and a MOVIT ceramic brake kit.