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Kicherer has pulled the cover off their Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Wagon project, revealing their C63 T Supersport package that helps give the 6.2L V8 540-hp and 472 lb-ft of torque, impressive gains over the factory 457-hp and 443 lb-ft of torque.. The additional power comes courtesy of an ECU retune and stainless steel exhaust system.
Helping get all the power to the ground, Kicherer also outfits the C63 AMG Wagon with a PowerConverter for the accelerator, eliminating the delay often experienced by fly-by-wire pedal systems. For the outside, the C63 T Supersport packs plenty of sport with the addition of a styling kit, constructed of carbon fiber and includes a front lip, new grille, sill extensions, mirror covers and a rear diffuser. On their demo car, Kicherer outfitted the wagon with a set of 20-inch three-piece RS-1 wheels.
On the inside, Kicherer added even more luxury to the C Wagon with an Alcantara headliner and dashboard, while the seats were reupholstered in Nappa leather with contrasting piano backs. No pricing was announced.
[Source: German Car Scene]
GALLERY: Kicherer C63 T Supersport
While pairing up a model with a nice car for a photo shoot isn’t anything groundbreaking, taking a modified Mercedes SLS and combining it with a former playmate is something we thought should probably catch your attention. Kicherer decided to share its matte black “angry and aggressive” SLS with this stunning, yet classy, photoshoot.
The SLS 63 Supersport GT sports a matte black paint job along with a hand-made front grille (with huge vertical fins) accented by carbon fins on the mudguard and hood. Performance is upgraded to go along with the menacing looks, upgrading horsepower to around 621-hp and 516 lb-ft of torque. The extra power comes courtesy of an ECU retune and sport exhaust system.
Easily the best part of the package are the RS-1 forged wheels. Staggered with a 20×10-inch setup in the front and a 21×11.5-inch setup in the rear, the three-piece rollers definitely work for the SLS. The suspension is also adjustable allowing the vehicle to be lifted or lowered 1.2-inches at the push of a button.
Lastly, the interior can receive carbon fiber accessories from center console to door entrance border covers.
GALLERY: Kicherer Mercedes-Benz SLS 63 Supersport GT