14 November 2020
Let's start with the basics, the Mercedes Benz C class made its aggresive entry into the market for sedans with the C63 AMG that had the 6.2L Naturally aspirated V8. Since then, it has been quite normal to see a C200, C250 and C350 driving around the neighborhood. (Image: Mercedes Benz C63s AMG going sideways)
This is the new Mercedes Benz C63s and for those that might not see the difference from the old one, I will name a few. The grille is taken straight out of a Mercedes Benz AMG GTR, it is in drift mode which sends most of its power to the rear wheels making it oversteer. The Mercedes Benz AMG is one of Germany's benchmarks of engineering. (Image: Mercedes Benz C43 AMG)
To replace the old C350, Mercedes Benz has come up with the much efficient C43 AMG, not only does it use less fuel, it also produces more power from its 3.0L V6 engine. The new upgrades include a new set of 19 inch wheels and some pretty nice led lights both at the front and rear.(Image: The new Mercedes Benz C class)
To see most of the differences you would have to put the outgoing model with the incoming one side to side. Interior wise they have made the once expensive 12.5inch display standard on the models. Mercedes Benz is stepping up, therefore it might not be surprising to see Audi and BMW releasing facelifts soon.
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