> 

2013 Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Estate by Loewenstein

Estate wagons are far from the sexiest cars in the road these days, but when you have a German tuner like Loewenstein Manufaktur, those bulky beasts like the C63 AMG Estate won’t look as unflattering anymore.

Looking at the high-powered wagon post tuning development, you can immediately tell that this isn’t you dads normal C63 AMG Estate. It comes loaded with exterior, interior, and performance upgrades, that really is what you can all hope for in a car like the C63 AMG Estate.

It’s already got the horses to be a beast on the road, but thanks to Loewenstein, you have a wagon that has more power, looks more aggressive, and has a lion tattoo on its hood!

Loewenstein may not be known as much as its German contemporaries, but if it can continue to produce builds like this, the company is well on its way to fame, fortune, and everything in between.

Click past the jump to read more about Loewenstein’s program for the Mercedes C63 AMG

Exterior Details

Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Estate by Loewenstein

The exterior was treated to a full carbon fiber makeover, complete with new carbon fiber components on the front spoiler, mirrors, and rear diffuser. The retooled wagon also sits on 20-inch alloy wheels and don’t forget about that unmistakable lion graphic on one end of the hood of the C63 AMG. Apparently, that’s Loewenstein’s logo, although at first glance, we thought it resembled Mike Tyson’s face tattoo.

Interior Details

Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Estate by Loewenstein

Meanwhile, the wagon’s cabin now boasts of some fancy decorative carbon trim to go with matching leather, Alcantara, aluminum pedals, soft velour floor mats, and more of that lion logo embroidered on the headrests of the seats.

Engine Details

Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Estate by Loewenstein

But the biggest equation of Loewenstein’s package for the C63 AMG Estate is the massive engine upgrade that comes with a bespoke compressor kit, a carbon fiber suction air induction system, a specially developed exhaust manifold with catalytic convertor pipes, an in-house performance module and an automatic limited-slip differential co-developed with Quaife. With all those bad boys strapped into the vehicle’s 6.3-liter V-8 engine, the C63 AMG Estate now packs an incredible 702 horsepower and 651 pound-feet of torque, good enough to hit 0-60 mph in a little over four seconds to go with a top speed of about 190 mph.




What is your take?

Back to top