If you ask us, the Mercedes-AMG C63 wagon is a near-perfect car.
The wagon version of Mercedes’ AMG-endowed compact is stylish, fast and practical. It’s one of the few performance cars on offer today that basically without compromise, but now the automaker is looking to make it even better.
A prototype for a facelifted version of the C63 wagon was recently spied testing in Europe. One of the biggest change to be made to the wagon for the new model year will be the addition of Mercedes’ ‘Panamericana’ grille, which has been applied to numerous other new AMG vehicles including the AMG GT, GLC 63 and the S63 and S65 Coupe. New headlights and taillights and a mildly redesigned rear bumper are also in store.
Inside, the wagon will join the rest of the C-CLass lineup be getting a major overhaul. The automaker’s huge, center touchscreen display is expected to appear and will be joined by a new touchpad. The powertrain is expected to stay the same – but who knows? Maybe the wild minds over at AMG thinks their C63 needs even more power.
Look for the new C63 wagon to make its debut sometime next year. We don’t get this gem in the US and Canada sadly, but similar changes should be applied to the sedan variant, which is available to Americans and Canadians.
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