Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe Edition 1 Models Introduced

C 63 Coupe Edition 1

Mercedes-AMG introduces the C 63 and C 63 S Coupe Edition 1 models. 

Two Edition 1 models will be available, coinciding with the launch of the C 63 Coupe. The DTM-inspired Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Coupe is dressed in Designo Magno Salenite Grey with yellow film coating and black wheels with yellow rim flanges. Yellow sport stripes are found on the bonnet, roof, bootlid and side lines above the rocker panels. The C 63 S Coupe model is fitted with light matte-black performance forged wheels in five double-spoke design and features a high-performance ceramic compound braking system.

The second C63 Edition 1 model is a bit less flambyoyant in terms of design with its sport stripes in graphite grey matte. The matte black forged wheels feature high-sheen flanges with cross-spoke design. The sport tyres and ceramic compound braking system are available as an option for this model but a full choice of exterior colours are available.

The AMG Aerodynamic Package in high-gloss black gives the vehicle a more aggressive appearence and includes a large front spoiler, side skirts, lateral airflow breakaway edges in the rear apron, rear diffuser and the break-away edge on the bootlid further enhance the look. An AMG Night Package is also available for the series-production version of the Edition 1.

On the inside, the AMG Performance seats are covered in Nappa leather with contrasting yellow stitching in diamond pattern. This yellow stitching is also found on the door centre pannels, arm rests, steering wheel rim and beltline. More yellow accents are found in the instrument cluster, AMG-specific analogue and on the floor mats.

V8 Power for Mercedes-AMG C 63 Coupe Edition 1

The Mercedes-AMG C 63 Coupe Edition 1 is powered by a 4.0-litre bi-turbo V8 engine that develops 350 or 375 kW (depending on the model) which is complemented with AMG RIDE CONTROL suspension with electronically controlled shock absorbers as well as AMG DYNAMIC SELECT transmission modes and a rear axle limited-slip differential.

We've driven the standard Mercedes-AMG C 63 S in sedan guise. Read the review here.