Anyone who thought a C63 Coupe didn't already look tough enough was probably in the minority. Still, there is now an even sharper limited edition available.
It's the tamer sibling to the raucous C63, but don't think the Mercedes-AMG C43 Coupe is less of a car for that.
The Mercedes-AMG C63 has always been celebrated as a beast, but with its latest revision Benz’s wild child is starting to show some positive signs of domestication.
AMG’s most popular model has been updated with new tech, a nine-speed auto and improved suspension tuning.
Mercedes-AMG has updated its AWD V6 C43 wagon, the toned down and slightly sensible alternative to the fire-breathing C63 S.
The mid-cycle update mightn't bring extra power or performance to the Mercedes-AMG C63 S range, but the much-loved biturbo V8-powered range does have some new and clever tricks up its sleeves...
The Mercedes-AMG C43 range is the better-known C63's grippier, less manic sibling. The updated versions have a more powerful twin-turbo V6, slick new cabin tech and more, to keep the Audi S4/S5 range on its toes.
A convertible body suits Mercedes-AMG's C43 badge particularly well. It looks like a C63 hot rod, but offers a slightly more relaxed demeanour, and a price point that lines up.
What if I told you Mercedes-Benz is paying, for you, to go learn how to drive and drift on snow? You'd immediately rush to sign up, right? Thought so. Well, alright, the brand isn't exactly picking up the bill, but the Mercedes-AMG snow experience – held in Queenstown, New Zealand, arguably the most beautiful location on Earth – is at least heavily subsidised...
As a luxury German sports car, the 2017 Mercedes-AMG C43 may not scream ‘Straya’ but it is an adopted Aussie fave and I certainly didn’t mind spending Australia Day behind the wheel of it. Didn’t mind at all! Australia is continually one of the biggest markets for the Mercedes-AMG brand when it comes to sales per capita...
The Mercedes-AMG C63 S Cabriolet is a throwback to another era, with twin-turbo V8 power underpinning the muscle car-like drop-top. But has the loss of a roof compromised the convertible boulevard cruiser?