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Review of the 2023 Mercedes-AMG C63 S: Cutting-edge Innovation by AMG

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This vehicle boasts impressive and powerful figures, the brand new Mercedes-AMG C63. Consider the performance metrics: 680 metric hp (or 670 bhp), along with an astonishing 752 lb-ft of torque.

Enter a realm where a Mercedes C-Class exceeds the power of a Ferrari Enzo. Nonetheless, it is also capable of achieving an alleged 34 miles per gallon and emitting just 156 g/km of CO2 – similar to that of a Golf GTI. This is due to the shift from a powerful V8 to a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine in the C63, coupled with an F1-inspired hybrid boost nestled beneath its aerodynamic hood. 80 percent of the petite 2.0-liter, four-cylinder turbo engine is inherited from the wild A45 S hot hatch. A fresh addition is an electric motor dedicated to turbo acceleration. Its purpose is to eradicate turbo lag and boost performance, resulting in 460 bhp from a quite diminutive engine.

This output rivals what was previously achievable with the old 6.2-liter V8… AMG alleges a 0-62mph sprint in 3.4 seconds, with the maximum speed electronically capped at 174mph. Undoubtedly rapid – however, the present BMW M3 is equally agile despite having ‘only’ 503 bhp. The verdict on this? Something suggests this is the most polarizing new performance vehicle of 2022. Ollie Kew, Senior Road Tester at Top Gear Magazine, imparts all the crucial details.

Image Source: Zavatskiy Aleksandr / Shutterstock

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