Mercedes-AMG will launch a range of limited-edition models to celebrate 50 years in the performance-car business. Take a look!
Mercedes-AMG is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year and the performance brand is set to launch a range of special edition models to mark the occasion. The special edition models include the AMG GT C Roadster Edition 50, C63 and C63 S Cabriolet Ocean Blue Edition and the C43 4MATIC Coupe and C43 4MATIC Cabriolet Night Edition.
Only 500 units of the Mercedes-AMG GT C Roadster Edition 50 will be available worldwide and will be offered in 2 exterior shades including Designo Graphite Grey Magno and Designo Cashmere White Magno.
The limited edition model features numerous black chrome accents seen on the front splitter, grille, side skirts, rear diffuser and tailpipe trim. The model rides on AMG forged wheels and the interior is bathed in Nappa leather with diamond quilted stitching and comes equipped with an AMG Performance steering wheel and AMG Interior Night Package.
The Mercedes-AMG C63 and C63 S Cabriolet Ocean Blue Edition receive a blue fabric roof along with blue details seen in the front bumper, rear diffuser and wheel caps. These models will be offered in Designo Cashmere White Magno and Designo Selenite Grey Magno. Only 150 units will be on offer.
Lastly, the C43 4Matic Coupe and C43 4Matic Cabriolet Night Edition rides on matte black 19-inch alloy wheels and features a diamond-themed grille. Black trim is found on the front splitter, side skirts and rear apron. The model is finished off with a neat boot lip spoiler.
Mercedes-Benz South Africa has confirmed that the AMG GT C Roadster Edition 50 and AMG GT Edition 50 Coupe will be offered in South Africa in very limited numbers. We will keep you updated as more information becomes available.
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