Mercedes-AMG revealed the prices and specifications of its pair of mid-size SUVs, the GLC 63 S and the GLC 63 S Coupe. The conventional-style high-rider and his strongly ripped raid will be available in local showrooms from the end of 2017, considered the fastest SUVs available in the country at least until the juggling maniages Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk.
The 2018 Mercedes-AMG GLC63 Coupe separates from the rest of the AMG SUV range with the Panamericana grid of the automaker, which is lifted from the AMG GT. A wider rear bumper is stretched around the four-spoke exhaust channels and the rear diffuser, and a lip spoiler mounted to the hatch makes all the downward force. The Mercedes-AMG GLC63 2018 has the Edition One treatment that Mercedes-AMG has been applying to new models for some time. It includes the yellow draft package with yellow reflections on the wheels, as well as an airport complex with black front and rear spoilers and side sills. We talked to Mercedes representatives and they are not sure if the Edition One package will be offered in the US.
Inside, the usual AMG upgrades include leather and microfibre front pouches, a leatherette dashboard and a top chart, and aluminum trimmings with carbon fiber accents. The application of carbon fiber in a 2 ton SUV is simply our type of dementia channeled. Grids for the GLC63 include deeper AMG buckets with nappa leather, a night look set, 21-inch wheels and a selectable active exhaust that can terrify neighbors. (All models come with an automatic exhaust shutter, but you have to pay more to do it yourself.)
As standard, the GLC Coupe comes with a 2.0-liter van that is good for 241 horsepower, 273 pounds of feet and a sprint of 6.4 seconds at 60 km / h. Meanwhile, the Mercedes-AMG GLC43 gets an improved 3.0-liter AMG V-6 for 362 ponies, 384 lb-ft and a sprint of 4.8 seconds at 60 km / h. Even though 3.0 liters is not enough for the GLC63, AMG has decided to go with the same 4.0-liter, Biturbo, V-8 which is in the AMG GT range. In the case of the GLC63, however, it delivers 476 horsepower and 479 pounds of torque and can get the non-S model up to 60 mph in four seconds flat. If you go with the GLC63 S, you will get the same engine, but it is tuned to deliver 510 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of torque – enough to get the S up to 60mph in 3.8 seconds. Both models date back to 155 mph, which, as you probably already know, is a top speed electronically limited.
The GLC 63 S will have a price of $ 164,900 (plus road charges), while the price of the coupe has been set at $ 171,900 (plus road costs).