A new report coming out from Germany says Mercedes-Benz will unveil the highly anticipated C63 AMG on September 24.
The wait is about to end as we are just a few months away from the C63 AMG's unveiling allegedly set for September 24 when Mercedes-Benz will publish the first photos. Shortly after that, the model will be introduced at the Paris Motor Show in early October when the company will open up the order books.
Both sedan and wagon versions will be revealed, with deliveries programmed to kick off in February and April, respectively. The report mentions the new C63 AMGs will also be offered in a slightly more powerful S-Model derivative just like their larger E-Class brother.
The all-new C63 AMG lineup will be powered by a 4.0-liter V8 twin-turbo engine taken from the upcoming AMG GT. Codenamed M178, the motor meets Euro 6 emissions standards and will develop 510 PS (375 kW) and 650 Nm (479 lb-ft) in the AMG GT but Mercedes-Benz will probably offer a detuned version in the C63 AMGs with around 480 PS (353 kW) in the standard variant and a little bit more in the aforementioned S-Model.