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Mercedes-Benz C 63 AMG S Coupe (C205) specs

Price in Europe €86,097 - €128,764
Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1782-1869 kg (3929-4120 lbs)
Introduced 2015
Origin country Germany
Gas mileage 39.0-9.8 l/100 km (6-24 mpg US / 7-29 mpg UK)
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0 - 40 kph1.6 s
0 - 50 kph1.8 s
0 - 80 kph3.1 s
0 - 100 kph3.9 s
0 - 110 kph4.7 s
0 - 120 kph5.3 s
0 - 130 kph5.9 s
0 - 140 kph6.7 s
0 - 150 kph7.4 s
0 - 160 kph8.1 s
0 - 200 kph12.4 s
0 - 250 kph20.8 s
0 - 280 kph30.7 s
1000 m21.4 s @ 251.7 kph
0 - 60 mph4.3 s
Est. 1/8 mile8.5 s @ 100.0 mph
1/4 mile11.9 s @ 121.8 mph
Top speed291 kph (181 mph)
Est. 0 - 100 mph - 015.0 s @ 1227 ft
Est. max acceleration0.71 g (7 m/s²)
18m slalom70.8 kph (44.0 mph)
Emissions200 g/km
Mercedes-Benz C 63 AMG S Coupe acceleration graph

Powertrain specs

Engine type V8 twin turbo
Displacement 4.0 l (243 ci / 3982 cc)
Power 510 ps (503 bhp / 375 kw) @ 5500 rpm
Torque 700 Nm (516 lb-ft) @ 1750 rpm
Power / liter 128 ps (126 hp)
Power / weight 282 ps (278 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 387 Nm (285 lb-ft) / t
Efficiency 32 PS per l/100 km
Power / €5000 25 ps
Transmission 7 or 9 speed automatic
Layout front engine, rear wheel drive

Braking distance

100 kph - 033 m (108 ft)
130 kph - 058 m (191 ft)
200 kph - 0130 m (427 ft)
30 mph - 08 m (27 ft)
60 mph - 033 m (107 ft)
70 mph - 044 m (145 ft)

Rolling acceleration

60 - 100 kph (4)2.7 s
60 - 100 kph (5)3.6 s
80 - 120 kph (4)2.8 s
80 - 120 kph (5)3.4 s
80 - 120 kph (6)4.2 s
80 - 120 kph (7)5.4 s
80 - 120 kph (8)7.7 s
80 - 160 kph (4)5.9 s
80 - 160 kph (5)7.4 s
80 - 160 kph (6)9.2 s
80 - 160 kph (7)11.0 s
80 - 160 kph (8)15.2 s
Est. 100 - 140 kph2.6 s
100 - 200 kph8.3 s

Interior noise

Noise @ idle50 dB
Noise @ 100 kph73 dB
Noise @ 130 kph75 dB
Noise @ 160 kph76 dB
Noise @ 30 mph63 dB
Noise @ 70 mph69 dB
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TypeF173  2d ago



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Lambolover  2d ago

4 pot C63
Might as well call it C20 E performance

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TypeF173  2d ago @Lambolover

I know man, I stated as much yesterday. Whether they are technologically advanced or sophisticated and dynamically accomplished, which is being reported, it'll take some getting used to!

But it was similar from 6.3 N/A to 4.0 twin turbocharged too, people were shocked at that. As ever, only time will tell.

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Lambolover  2d ago @TypeF173

Other than being 4 pot, this car would be super heavy because of hybrid systems and all that
Imagine if it makes around 550 hp but it's 150kgs heavier than an Xdrive M3
It would be just like GT63 E performance
Same straight line results as the normal GT63 S but 250kgs heavier

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TypeF173  2d ago @Lambolover

It's around 540hp plus 100hp overboost for approximately 10 seconds. The weight will be an issue as it as you've quote rightly said adds atleast what you've said. My understanding is 200KG. I guess we've to trust them to get it right first time!

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hostboy  2d ago @TypeF173

My god I can't believe how stupid people actually are!!!! People bitch so much about the 'xx' name in their cars, they might as well simp hard for some shit "top-10%" hooters/onlyfans girl they think is a pure virgin that at the end of the day they will literally NEVER get attention from LET ALONE DATE..

The newer 63s are literally TURBOCHARGED as you stated, and a 4.0TT V8 may not give out that same purity vibe as a 6.2 V8 but with the engine making a bit more power and FAR more torque from a MUCH lower rpm range, the engine is not even COMPARABLE to a 6.2 V8

Think about it ONLY the earlier non-S models are comparable to the 6.2 V8, those applications made 443 to 479 lb-ft of torque in the entry-level models only, and even then they STILL have the potential to make 627 to 664 lb-ft of torque like in the flagship E-Class, GT-Class and S-Class AMG models...

But to be fair, I will only include MAX peak torque rpm in this comparison:

2016 AMG GT: 456 hp @ 6000 rpm & 443 lb-ft @ 5000 rpm

2015 SLS AMG: 583 hp @ 6800 rpm & 479 lb-ft @ 4750 rpm

You need literally at least 5.0 liters (not counting turbos, a supercharger, or nitrous oxide) to produce 443 lb-ft at 5000 rpm, and even that's hard to replicate. You may even have to negotiate for 6.0 liters, depending on how flat the torque curve (wideband) is.

Producing 443 lb-ft of torque at 1600 rpm certainly requires a 7.0-8.0L engine.

Entry-level turbo V8s are, more often than not, underestimated in the torque department to avoid overlapping with the 'bigger' brothers... so in reality they are still the equivalent to naturally aspirated V8s twice their displacement count.

It's like a social media/dating app clout woman LYING about their body count to make herself LOOK and FEEL good, who's probably a 6/10 (at best) in real life, perhaps even a 4/10...

Naturally aspirated cars AND EVEN supercharged cars are a whole lot better than turbocharged cars and electric cars because they're not worshipped to the same occult degree.

The only problem with superchargers, ESPECIALLY positive displacement blowers, is that if your car is in overdrive gear (meaning with 0.99 or lower gear ratio) it will lose 30-50% of its boost pressure. To put it mathematically, a 400hp car with a 200hp supercharger installed will lose 60-100hp in overdrive gear (that depends on whether your car has FWD, RWD, or 4WD).

I'm not counting the Mercedes-Benz 55-Kompressor models or the 5.4-liter Ford GT because those were under-claimed in power output for emission reasons. But generally, supercharged cars lose power at higher speeds, especially if they come with an overdrive gear ratio. It's like plastic surgery/fake testosterone/makeup, but on a car. They're as good as turbo cars in acceleration, but worse than even n/a cars in top speed.

Hence why the '55' Kompressors were branded 55, the '63' with the 6.2 were branded 6.3 (as a 6208cc engine, it was required by law to be named 63), 63 second iteration was a 5.5 (5.5 x 1.5 = 8.2 because it made a humongous 590 lb-ft of torque in the E63 and S63 AMG), the third iteration is a 4.0 (because 4x2 = 8L), the fourth iteration is 2.0x3.0 = 6.0 (+ hybrid assistance)

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TypeF173  2d ago



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hostboy  2d ago

Bye bye, Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing!

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hostboy  2m ago

The reason why AMG didn't make a competitor to the M4 CS and GTS is because of Aston Martin. As a matter of fact, the C63 S shares its chassis with the DB11 V8, DB11 V12, and DBS triplets.

If we want to get technical, Aston Martin rivals the Audi-based Bentley and the BMW-based Rolls-Royce. But the DB-series Astons are noticeably both smaller and sportier than the Continental GT and the Wraith/Dawn twins, not only because Aston Martin decided to utilize a C-Class platform, but because DB-series Astons have been nimble for the longest time, as dynamically they have been closer to Ferrari and Porsche's GT models.

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Hoppelmoppel123  11m ago

The 2018 facelift has 24 PS and 4 Nm more than the prefacelift, which had exactly 510 PS and 700 Nm.

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Corvolet3  2y ago

Compensating: The car.