It’s testing time at the Nurburgring and Mercedes brought the facelifted C63 Coupe for some hot laps.
The camouflage was limited to the front and rear, meaning that Mercedes will focus on a light aesthetic refresh. This will include new bumpers front and rear along with redesigned lights all around, as well as the latest “Panamericana” grille -at least in top-spec S models.
The most significant changes are expected to take place inside, with Mercedes updating the infotainment system with their latest edition, including a new touchpad, as well as adding a digital instrument cluster as an option.
So far there’s no information on whether they’ll be any engine updates, with the C63 already offering enough power to trump its competition. With that said, it wouldn’t be hard for Mercedes-AMG to boost by a bit the output of the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 in order to secure the C63’s position as the bruiser of the segment.
The general update of the C-Class is also expected to introduce the semi-autonomous features currently on offer in its bigger siblings when it eventually hits the market.
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