The C63 Coupe is up for a facelift in 2019 and we’re getting the first look at the prototype

We had been waiting for a replacement for the W204-based Mercedes C63 AMG Coupe, and what we got was this, the Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe. It is still based on the sedan, but the aggressive appearance is new sleeker with the elegant coupe body. It has slimmer taillights, and it is actually more than 2.5-inches wider than its four-door sibling. The inside is pretty much identical to the C-Class coupe, so it does benefit from having an absolutely beautiful cabin with elegant and sporty design cues to go with excessively high-quality materials. Under the hood, you’ll find the same 4.0-liter V-8 that powers al of the new Mercedes-AMG vehicles. The standard model delivers 469 horsepower while the C 63 S delivers 503 horsepower – numbers that are identical to that of the Mercedes-AMG GT.

Putting it lightly, Mercedes just served the competition in fashionable style, targeting models like the BMW M4, Lexus RC F, and anything with an Audi badge. The model is set to arrive in dealerships in the summer of 2016 as a 2017 model. Before that happens, we have put together a detailed review below to tell you everything you need to know about AMG’s new powerful coupe.

Update 6/1/2017: The Mercedes C63 is up for a facelift in 2019, and we’re getting the first round of spy shots of the coupe doing some warm-weather testing in Europe. Check out the spy shots section below to see what’s up with the upcoming facelift.

Click past the jump to read more about the Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe.

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2019 Facelift Spy Shots – Round 1

As is the usual case with Mercedes facelifts, the C63 won’t change much. To keep things fresh through the decade, it looks like Merc is planning a redesigned front fascia with a revised air dam, new vents, and an updated front grille. This specific prototype was caught testing with your run-of-the-mill halogen bulbs, but by the time it makes it to production, it should sport a revised set of LED headlights with new LED strips. Around back, things will be a little less dramatic. The rear fascia will get a small revision, but nothing major, while the taillights should get a new graphic layout. It does appear as if the rear spoiler has grown a bit as well.

This facelift isn’t expected to yield any drivetrain updates of any kind, but inside the infotainment system will be updated to include the latest software enhancements and new, more intuitive menus while a new touchpad will provide smoother operation. The cluster with dials should also get a mild revision to round out the interior enhancements. This is an early prototype, so more could develop between now and when it is finally revealed in early 2018. Let us know what you think about it so far in the comments section below.


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The Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe takes the sedan's aggressive appearance and puts it into a sleeker, elegant coupe body

The Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe takes the sedan’s aggressive appearance and puts it into a sleeker, elegant coupe body. In short, it’s a stunner and has all the styling attributes of a modern-day muscle car. The slimmer taillights and the more pronounced, angry look of the front end result in a much more distinctive overall look that isn’t just a C-Class with two fewer doors.

Up front, it features the A-shaped bumper that is not unlike the one found on the C63 sedan, along with a single-bar grille. It also sports more pronounced side skirts, a rear bumper that integrates an aerodynamic diffuser flanked by the usual four-exit exhaust system, while the larger wheels are engulfed with meatier tires. A small spoiler adorn the trunk lid, giving the rear end a racier appearance.

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But the AMG C63 Coupe also has a few surprises up its sleeve, at least when compared to the sedan. Whereas the previous model was simply a two-door version of the sedan, the new coupe is actually wider than its four-door sibling. The flared wheel arches make the coupe 2.5 inches wider at the front and 2.6 inches wider at the rear, while also allowing the use of wider tires. Not only this makes the AMG C63 Coupe look more aggressive, but it should also enable it to perform a lot better at the track. All told, the BMW M4 just got served in the styling department.

Rendering Vs. The real deal

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The interior of the AMG C63 Coupe is identical to the C-Class Coupe

The interior of the AMG C63 Coupe is identical to the C-Class Coupe, which means it benefits from the same gorgeous cabin Mercedes originally designed for the 2015 Mercedes C-Class Sedan. Somewhat of a departure from Mercedes’ tradition understatement, it combines sporty yet elegant cues with high-quality materials, such as wood, leather, and metallic inserts. Of course, the AMG gets a few extras over the standard model, including a custom instrument cluster, a 12 o’clock stripe on the AMG-badged steering wheel, and optional performance seats with a lower seating position and increased lateral support.

The standard seats come wrapped in Dinamica man-made leather and microfiber. Other features setting apart from the regular coupe including the AMG Dynamic Select switch next to the touchpad, the AMG-exclusive analogue clock in the carbon-fiber center stack, and carbon-look dials. As with most AMG models, Mercedes offers a wide range of options that can be tailored to individual preferences.


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Charging from 0 to 60 mph takes 3.9 seconds in the standard model and 3.8 seconds with the S, while top speed is limited at 155 and 180 mph

As expected, the AMG C63 Coupe gets its juice from the same 4.0-liter V-8 found in the AMG GT sports car and the AMG C63 Sedan. The twin-turbo mill is available in the same two version, with the base model rated at 469 horsepower and 479 pound-feet of torque and the S model powered by 503 horses and 516 pound-feet of twist. Charging from 0 to 60 mph takes 3.9 seconds in the standard model and 3.8 seconds with the S, while top speed is limited at 155 and 180 mph, respectively.

These figures make the coupe a tenth-second quicker than the sedan, which comes at no surprise given the two-door is a tad lighter than the four-door. Also, the AMG C63 Coupe is as quick as the BMW M4 (3.9 seconds with the DCT), while the more powerful AMG C63 Coupe S charges to 60 mph a tenth-second quicker.

Both versions of the beefed-up coupe use the AMG Speedshift, seven-speed automatic transmission, which features four modes: "Comfort," "Individual," "Sport +," and "Race". "Comfort" offers a comfortable and more fuel efficient driving experience, while "Race" turns the coupe into a raging race car for the road. The "Individual" mode allows you to personally configure the way the AMG C63 behaves.

Drivetrain Specifications

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Displacement 3982 cm3 3982 cm3
Power 503 HP @ 5500-6250 RPM 469 HP @ 5500-6250 RPM
Max. torque 516 LB-FT @ 1750-4500 RPM 479 LB-FT @ 1750-4500 RPM
Fuel consumption NEDC combined 8.9-8.6 l/100 km 8.9-8.6 l/100 km
CO2 emissions 209-200 g/km 209-200 g/km
Efficiency class E (E) E(E)
Acceleration 0-100 km/h 3.8 s 3.9 s
Top speed 155 mph 155 mph


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Keeping the AMG C63 Coupe on its best behavior is AMG’s Ride Control sport suspension with three-stage adjustable damping. The system comprises a four-link suspension up front and a multi-link unit on the rear, which can be set between three different stages for either optimum long-distance comfort for a 500-mile trip or maximum sporting performance for a weekend at the track. The coupe also has a rear locking differential, a three-stage ESP, and a precise, speed-sensitive steering. Stopping power is provided by motorsport-based, radially mounted brakes, with a ceramic-composite system available as an option.


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Every AMG C63 Coupe comes standard with front side airbags, front pelvic airbags, a driver knee airbag, and full-length side curtain airbags. Additional safety features include Collision Prevention Assist Plus and PreSafe, blind-spot monitoring, lane-keeping assist, and rear cross-traffic alert.


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With the current C63 AMG coupe starting at a MSRP of $63,000, it is expected that its replacement shouldn’t cross the $65,000 barrier, or at least not by much. That is arguably a lot of money for the smallest Mercedes-Benz coupe in AMG trim, but keep in mind that it would be a similar price with its biggest competitor, the BMW M4, which starts at $65,400. Automotive News reports that the base model may start at around $70,000, while the S model will be priced in the low $80,000, though nothing is official as of yet.


2015 BMW M4

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Despite offering two fewer cylinders and using an interior engine sound augmented by the audio system, the BMW M4 is still very much part of the big league, many seeing it as the benchmark of its segment in terms of on-track performance. Paranoid regarding the brands fuel-economy average, the M4 switched form the naturally aspirated, high-revving V8 of its predecessor to a twin-turbocharged inline-six with a displacement of 3.0 liters. Despite this, the Bavarian uber-coupe is actually slightly thirstier than the Mercedes-AMG C63 and even the C63 S, making for the restriction on number of cylinders seem a bit unnecessary form this point of view. Nevertheless the M4 comes with a healthy amount of performance thanks to its lower weight, meatier tires and its 425 horsepower and 406 pound-feet of torque. As a bonus compared with the upcoming C 63 Coupe, the Bimmers also offers a manual transmission option, which is bound to please the ever-shrinking amount of purists out there. Pricing starts from $65,400.

Read our full review here.

2015 Lexus RC F

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With an exterior look that is clearly part of the "love it or hate it" crowd, the RC F has no direct predecessor, with Lexus developing the model from a clean sheet. The model is powered by an old-school, naturally-aspirated, 5.0-liter V-8 that can switch from Otto to the Atkinson cycle in order to offer a better fuel economy than you would expect. Still, despite the intention, the Lexus RC F actually comes a bit short in the performance department, as the car weighs as much as the recently unveiled and much larger 2016 Lexus GS F, while its power figures are obviously down on its rivals. Its high-revving V-8 is good for 467 horsepower and 389 pound feet of torque, and comes paired exclusively to an eight-speed automatic transmission from Aisin. Those numbers are only good enough for a 0-to-62-mph time of 4.5 seconds, which would have been enough back in 2010 to battle the Germans, but not today. Starting at $62,400, the RC F is not exactly a bargain offer either, leaving its controversial looks as the only major reason for choosing one.

Read our full review here.


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While the AMG C63 Coupe still has to prove it is as good on the road and track as it is on paper, it should be one hell of a performer. Along with the Lexus RC F it will be the only performance coupe in its segment that is still faithful to the V-8 formula, while also bringing much improved fuel economy figures compared with its predecessor. Moreover, it seems as if it will beat the BMW M4 in just about any department and will probably give Audi a good reason to speed up development of the next-generation RS5.

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Update History

Updated 09/24/2015: We’ve added a series of new photos we took at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. Find them in the "Pictures" tab.

Updated 08/25/2015: Automotive News reports that the new C63 and C63 S Coupe will be quite a bit more expensive than the outgoing 2013 Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Coupe, although it will also come with more power and features.

Updated 08/18/2015: The latest teaser for the Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe is in, and this time the model is no longer camouflaged. Even so, it still leaves a lot to the imagination, since only fragments of the model are shown.

Updated 08/12/2015: Mercedes continues its teasing session for the upcoming C63 AMG Coupe. The countdown page announces that the official debut will be made in just 7 days, so stay tuned for the official details!

Updated 08/04/2015: Mercedes dropped a new teaser image for the upcoming C63 AMG Coupe, which will be unveiled in mid-September at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

Updated 07/27/2015: Mercedes-AMG dropped a series of new teaser images for the upcoming C63 AMG Coupe and announced an official debut will be made at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show.

Updated 07/17/2015: Mercedes continues its teasing session for the upcoming C63 AMG Coupe. All we can say is that the car looks very promising and we can’t wait seeing the real deal.

Updated 02/02/2015: We created a rendering of the future Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe to help give you an idea of what it’ll look like. Creating the rendering was pretty simple, as our artist just took what he already knew about the Mercedes-AMG C63 Sedan, hacked off the rear doors,and tweaked the roofline.


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Spy Shots

April 20, 2015 - First testing session

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Affalterbach. Mercedes-AMG is setting a further landmark in the brand history: the new C 63 Coupé is the next step on the way to yet more technical and visual distinctiveness. The far-reaching technical modifications are evident at first sight: strikingly flared front and rear wheel arches, an increased track width and larger wheels give the Coupé a muscular look while at the same time providing a basis for the highly agile longitudinal and lateral dynamics. The brand’s typical "Driving Performance" is taken to new heights also with the C 63 Coupé. The AMG 4.0-litre V8 biturbo engine with 350 kW (476 hp) or 375 kW (510 hp) is just as much a completely in-house development from Affalterbach as, for example, the sophisticated AMG RIDE CONTROL suspension with electronically controlled shock absorbers, the set-up of the AMG DYNAMIC SELECT transmission modes, the rear-axle limited-slip differential or the dynamic engine mounts.

The C-Class is Mercedes-AMG’s best-selling model series and forms the backbone of the company’s success. Since its launch in 2011, the Coupé version has steadily gained in significance, culminating with the C 63 AMG Coupé "Black Series". "The new C 63 Coupé embodies our conception of progress: It offers impressive longitudinal and lateral dynamics at an extremely high level along with improved fuel economy," says Tobias Moers, Chairman of the Board of Management of Mercedes-AMG GmbH. "In addition, we are making a bold visual statement with the muscular design. Our customers can therefore experience the progress with each of their senses: seeing, hearing, feeling and, above all, driving!" The Mercedes-AMG C 63 Coupé will celebrate its world premiere on 15 September 2015 at the Frankfurt International Motor Show (IAA). The market launch will begin in March 2016.

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Fascinating design visualises outstanding performance
The Mercedes-AMG C 63 Coupé already fascinates at first glance with its impressive proportions. The expressive exterior design differs significantly from the Mercedes-Benz model, which shares merely the same doors, roof and boot lid. The powerful 8-cylinder engine, together with the increased track width on the front and rear axles, calls for a redesigned front end and a model-specific rear assembly as well as new side walls. The flared wheel arches make the AMG Coupé 64 millimetres wider at the front and 66 millimetres wider at the rear, enabling the vehicle to hug the road better.
The larger wheel arches allow the use of wider tyres (up to 255 millimetres on the front axle and up to 285 millimetres on the rear axle), contributing to improved lateral acceleration, traction and agility. Under the outer skin, the body structure has been reinforced in key areas to transfer and compensate the extreme longitudinal and lateral forces from the powertrain and suspension. There is also the model-specific rear axle carrier.

The 60-millimetre-longer aluminium bonnet is adorned by two distinctive powerdomes, which are among the typical distinguishing features and underscore the muscular appearance. The extremely wide front section is characterised by large air inlets and precisely positioned flics. The low, arrow-shaped "twin blade" radiator grille with AMG lettering visually lowers the vehicle’s centre of gravity. The typical AMG "A-wing" front spoiler is three-dimensional, also serving as an air deflector for the three cooling air inlets. Additional flics ensure an optimal flow of air to the cooling modules. And a front splitter at the bottom of the front apron helps to reduce front-axle lift.
The side line, too, presents an entirely unique face thanks to the large wheels, which finish flush with the body on the far outside, and the special side skirts. The lateral inward step from door to sill lends additional emphasis to the wide base. Added benefit of the newly designed body elements: no compromises were required with regard to the connection of the aprons and other components: every joint and light-catching contour blends in harmoniously with the overall design. In the diagonal view from behind, the muscular line from roof to shoulder via side wall and wheel cutout looks especially impressive, lending emphasis to the impression of an intricately modelled sculpture with alternating light reflections. Fine detail: in typical sports car fashion, the exterior rear-view mirrors are mounted on the door rather than in the mirror triangle.

Taking its inspiration from the S-Class Coupé, the completely redesigned rear end includes a diffuser insert that revives a typical feature from the world of motor sport. The special design of the laterally positioned, optical air outlet openings improves the rear air flow, allowing it to break away with aerodynamically advantageous precision. Features such as the narrow rear reflectors reinforce the impression of width. The two chrome-plated twin tailpipes of the AMG exhaust system are perfectly integrated into the diffuser. The boot lid includes a narrow spoiler lip in the form of a sharp blade. It not only looks elegant, but also significantly reduces the rear-axle lift.
Interior with superior perceived quality

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Carefully selected, high-grade materials with a pleasant touch and precision workmanship produce a level of perceived quality that is rare even in higher vehicle classes. Numerous AMG-specific controls underscore the motor sport heritage. As an alternative to the standard sports seats in ARTICO/microfibre DINAMICA man-made leather, Performance seats are also available: these allow the occupants a lower seating position and are more strongly contoured for increased lateral support.

Top on performance
Also as regards its engine, the C 63 Coupé occupies an exceptional status among the competition, being the only vehicle in the segment to boast an 8-cylinder biturbo engine. Mercedes-AMG thus meets the wishes of those customers who desire a combination of a highly emotive, unmistakable engine sound and torquey power delivery.
The driver also benefits from the unrivalled performance: the C 63 S Coupé accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds, the C 63 Coupé in 4.0 seconds. This makes the Coupé just a fraction faster than the Saloon - thanks to the wider tyres and shorter-legged rear-axle ratios. The top speed is 250 km/h (electronically limited; 290 km/h with AMG Driver’s Package).

New V8 biturbo closely related to the engine in the Mercedes-AMG GT
The 4.0-litre 8-cylinder biturbo engine is already used in the C 63 Saloon and the C 63 Estate. It is also installed in the GT sports car with dry sump lubrication. Characteristic feature: the two turbochargers are positioned not on the outside of the cylinder banks, but between them in the "V" – experts call this a "hot inside V". The main advantages of this design are the compact engine construction, optimal response and low exhaust gas emissions.

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Exhaust system with flap technology for variable engine sound

The typical V8 engine sound was likewise a key development goal. It was specially tailored to the Coupé. A model-specific exhaust system with flap technology is used as standard. It is automatically map-controlled depending on the AMG DYNAMIC SELECT transmission mode, the power demanded by the driver and the engine speed. The engine sound varies between discreet/suitable for long-distance driving and robust/emotively appealing. Optionally available is the Performance exhaust system, which allows the sound to be modulated at the press of a button. In any case, the exhaust systems are so designed that all noise limits are at all times complied with irrespective of the flap position.
Faster gearshifts: the AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT 7-speed sports transmission
The transmission plays a major part in the direct and sporty character of the new Mercedes-AMG C 63 Coupé. The AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT 7-speed sports transmission impresses with its tailor-made dynamics and high variability. Whether automatic or initiated by the driver using the steering wheel shift paddles, upshifts and downshifts are executed noticeably faster than in the previous model. This increased spontaneity is made possible by an even sportier set-up of the engine and transmission parameters.

Specially developed suspension for maximum lateral and longitudinal dynamics
The fascinating agility and high cornering speed of the C 63 Coupé are also thanks to the completely redesigned suspension. A four-link front suspension with radial, racing-style brake connections is used. Model-specific steering knuckles and a wider track allow greater lateral acceleration. The rear axle, too, was completely newly developed for the Coupé. The multi-link concept impresses with highly precise wheel control and increased stiffness. The AMG-specific rear axle carrier makes the increased track width possible; the contact surfaces of the wheel bearings were moved a further 25 millimetres towards the outside in comparison with the Saloon. Other measures include AMG-specific wheel carriers, stiffer elastokinematic tuning and higher negative camber.

The C 63 Coupé comes as standard with 10-spoke light-alloy wheels 9.0" x 18" (front) and 10.5" x 18" (rear) as well as with tyres of size 255/40 R 18" (front) and 285/35 R 18" (rear). In the case of the C 63 S Coupé, the tyre sizes are 255/35 R 19" (front) and 285/30 R 19" (rear) on 5-twin-spoke light-alloy wheels 9.0" x 19" (front) and 10.5" x 19" (rear).

With the AMG RIDE CONTROL suspension with adjustable damping, the customer can choose between maximum sportiness and excellent long-distance comfort in three stages at the press of a button. The difference between the comfortable and sporty suspension settings is also subjectively perceptible - depending on the particular driving situation.

Rear-axle limited-slip differential: optimal traction, including on the race track
For improved traction and vehicle dynamics, the C 63 Coupé is provided with a mechanical rear-axle limited-slip differential, while the C 63 S Coupé comes with an electronic rear-axle limited-slip differential. Both differentials reduce the slip on the inside wheel when cornering, without control interventions in the braking system. This allows the driver to accelerate out of corners earlier thanks to the improved traction. The car remains more stable when braking from high speeds, and the limited-slip differential also improves traction when moving off. The model-specific, completely redesigned rear axle was specially adapted to the higher vehicle dynamics of the Coupé.

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The greatest benefit of the electronic rear-axle limited-slip differential - installed as standard on the C 63 S - is the even more sensitive and faster control, which further raises the critical limit of driveability. The 3-stage ESP® with "ESP ON", "ESP SPORT Handling Mode" and "ESP OFF" settings works in perfect unison with the rear-axle limited-slip differential and is optimally tuned to the outstanding dynamics.
AMG DYNAMIC SELECT transmission modes
The driver is able to influence the characteristics of the C 63 with four different AMG DYNAMIC SELECT transmission modes. The C 63 S has an additional "Race" transmission mode. There is therefore scope for maximum individualisation. The driver decides on the desired driving experience, from comfortable-economical to super-sporty, using a controller to the left of the touchpad. The driver can choose between various preconfigured transmission modes and an "Individual" mode that the driver can to a large extent personally configure.
C 63 S with dynamic engine mounts as standard
Unique in its segment, the C 63 S Coupé – like the Saloon and the Estate - is equipped with dynamic engine mounts. These help to further resolve the conflicting aims of comfort and dynamic performance. These dynamic mounts are instantly and variably able to adapt their stiffness to the driving conditions and requirements. Soft engine mounts improve comfort, as they provide more effective decoupling of noise and vibration. However, handling and agility benefit from a generally stiffer mount set-up. These measures enhance the vehicle’s precision when driven dynamically. For example, the steering response and feedback are even more direct.
Safety of the highest calibre

The Coupé also offers a supreme level of safety. It comes as standard with the ATTENTION ASSIST drowsiness detection system and COLLISION PREVENTION ASSIST PLUS, which helps to prevent rear-end collisions. Many other optional assistance systems are available to increase both comfort and safety.

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