AMG released the Hammer Sedan in 1986 which was based on the W124 E-Class. It tooks the fast midsized sedan to a new level. It was the world's fastest passenger sedan at that time and was nicknamed as "Hammer". It squeezed the Mercedes 5.6-litre V8 tuned by AMG to 360 hp into a mid-sized sedan. It was featured with the 32-valve cylinder heads and twin camshafts, and said to be faster than the Lamborghini Countach from 60 to 120 mph. Later models were more powerful than this model. The 6L 100 mm bore SOHC or DOHC engines available for the sedan models as well as for the coupe models of W126.
The Mercedes‑AMG C63 inspires fascination from the very first glance. It gives the sensual clarity combines with stylish sporting character. It is designed with the powerful V8 top model which is influenced by motorsport and reflects its fascinating technology. The exteriors of the Mercedes‑AMG C63 and C63 S are differentiated by specific design elements. The emotional, sensual surface design of the new C-Class, with its reduced, minimalist forms, now has an added, positive tension that gives it a truly dynamic character. The wider track and powerful eight-cylinder call for a completely standalone front end.
At the rear end, the diffuser insert with three fins is a feature carried over from motorsport, as are the visual air outlets positioned on either side. They generate defined air separation edges and improve the cd figure. The two chrome-plated twin end pipes of the AMG sport exhaust system are perfectly integrated into the diffuser. The Mercedes‑AMG C 63 Saloon has a separation edge on the boot lid, while the estate has a roof spoiler – each of which ensure even better grip at the rear axle.
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