The exterior of the C63 sedan gives very few clues as to its performance. Sure, you get the Panamericana grille and a massaged hood, but it looks far more subtle than the equivalent BMW. LED lighting all-around looks stunning while bulbous arches house 18-inch wheels - 19-inch wheels are standard on the S model. Subtle fender badges and creases hint at the V8 power while the rear shows off fake vents, a subtle trunk spoiler, trapezoidal quad-exit exhaust tips, and an angry diffuser. A panoramic glass roof is now standard for 2021.
The C63 lives up to its billing as a compact luxury sedan, with dimensions that reflect that. Length measures 187.2 inches (187.3 on the S model), while width is rated at 79.5 inches. The wheelbase has a rating of 111.8 inches while height is pegged at 56.1 inches. Curb weight starts at 3,874 pounds for the C63 rising to 3,900 lbs for the C63 S. The new BMW M3 is comparable, weighing 3,840 lbs in standard guise and 3,890 lbs in AWD Competition spec.
|Mercedes-AMG C63 Sedan Trims||AMG C63 Sedan||AMG C63 S Sedan|
|Max Width||72.4 in.||72.4 in.|
|Length||187.2 in.||187.3 in.|
|Height||56.1 in.||56.1 in.|
|Wheelbase||111.8 in.||111.8 in.|
|Mercedes-AMG C63 Sedan Trims||Curb Weight|
|AMG C63 Sedan||3,874 lbs.|
|AMG C63 S Sedan||3,900 lbs.|
|Wheels Type||Aluminum Wheels|
|Front Wheel Size||18" x 8.5"|
|Rear Wheel Size||18" x 9.5"|
As standard, you can have your C63 in Black or Polar White, but if you're willing to spend extra, the variety increases. Available metallic finishes include Obsidian Black, Iridium Silver, Mojave Silver, Lunar Blue, Brilliant Blue, and Selenite Grey. With the S model, you get black accents in place of much of the standard chrome for a more menacing look, but both have the same color options, with optional colors adding $720 to either build price. Base C63s get gray brake calipers while the C63 S wears red.