The full-fat 63 S has plenty of power, even though it’s not that easy to tell the difference from last year’s 63. Once you get caught up in the V8 growl, you sort of forget to focus on the speed. It costs more than the old 63, but Mercedes-AMG does give you some additional kit to justify the increase. This includes a Race mode that makes the GLC Coupe more playful, as it will let you get away with some sideways action before it interferes. The leather upholstery looks good, as does the Nappa/Dinamica steering wheel. The GLC 63 S Coupe is the kind of car you buy with your heart and not your head, so go the whole nine years and get this one if you can.
additional large front spoiler and larger rear diffuser w/diffuser attachment
gloss black A-Wing, gloss black front splitter trim, gloss black side sill inserts, gloss black rear diffuser trim, gloss black exterior mirror housings, gloss black window trim and black chrome exhaust tailpipes
AMG Performance Seats
center door panels and armrests in platinum white pearl
PRESAFE PLUS, DISTRONIC PLUS w/Steering Assist & Stop & Go Pilot, PRESAFE Brake w/Pedestrian Recognition, BAS PLUS w/Cross-Traffic Assist, Active Blind Spot Assist, Active Lane Change Assist, Active Lane Keeping Assist, Active Speed Limit Assist, Active Emergency Stop Assist, Route-Based Speed Adaptation
LED Intelligent Light System, Adaptive Highbeam Assist