Mercedes Benz car maker has unveiled new model 2012 Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Estate and be will debut at 2010 Geneva Motor Show on March. Both models receive a styling makeover as well as a series mechanical and chassis tweaks. The modified design of the top-of-the-range c-class model will be many improvements in technology have added more fun to drive, while the fuel consumption.
Mercedes-Benz introduced a new 5.5-liter V8 biturbo engine on the CLS 63 AMG and the CL 63 AMG and everyone expected it on the new C 63 AMG. Regarding this issue, we have bad news: the car comes with the same engine found on the current model. The engine powered by an AMG 6.3-litre V8 engine delivering 336 kW (457 hp), which means the same amount of power as the current model.
Still, the total output can be increased to 358 kW (487 hp) with the optional AMG Performance package. According to Mercedes-Benz, the new 2012 C 63 AMG has a fuel consumption of 12.0 l/100 km (Estate: 12.3 l/100 km), reduced by 10 percent when compared with the current model (1.4 litres (Estate: 1.3 litres) lower than that of the predecessor model). The CO2 emissions figure is now 280 (Estate: 288) grams per kilometer.
Sporty design exterior includes the new L-shaped headlamps, adding to the mix a new aluminum hood, restyled bumpers with LED day time lights up front, a revised grille and specific alloy wheel designs. Available as an option, design leather appointments give the interior of the C63 AMG a particularly exclusive character: four single colours and three two-tone combinations are available.
As a further option, these can be complemented with “extended black designo leather appointments” for the top section of the dashboard and the upper section of the door linings. The Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG raise the safety standard of the C-Class to a new level by warning the driver of a hazard.