Rottweil-based Piecha Design has developed a comprehensive upgrade package tailored to the Mercedes-Benz C Class Estate, including the top dog C63 S.

Rottweil-based Piecha Design has developed a comprehensive upgrade package tailored to the Mercedes-Benz C Class Estate, including the top dog C63 S.

For those very few thinking there weren’t enough C Class (W213) aftermarket kits already, the tuners at Piecha have a new one called “Rottweiler.” It’s obviously named after the dog breed which came to life in the tuner’s hometown and brings a healthy power boost to 612 horsepower (450 kilowatts) and 620 pound-feet (840 newton meters). That’s a lot more than a standard C63 S which has 510 hp (375 kW) and 516 lb-ft (700 Nm).

The added muscle has slashed 0.3 seconds from the 0-62 mph (0-100 kph) sprint which now takes as little as 3.8 seconds. There’s no word about the top speed, but at least we can tell you Mercedes-AMG has a 155-mph electronic limiter on the C63 S Estate.

To match the extra oomph, Piecha Design has also come up with an aerodynamic body kit that makes the high-performance estate look more aggressive. For the same purpose, the stock wheels can be replaced with the tuner’s 19- and 20-inch alloys that come in either pale metallic or satin black. Those willing to spend more can opt for custom coilovers, a suspension lowering kit, wheel spacers, and four-point LED entry lights.

Some aftermarket bits and pieces are also available for the lesser versions of the C Class Estate, as demonstrated on that white C 250d 4MATIC.

Source: Piecha Design

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