Black Series Porn: Trio of C63 AMG Blacks Terrorize Vancouver

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Three C63 AMG Blacks come out to play.

Mercedes originally planned to release just 650 units of the C63 AMG Black Series, but yielded to customer demand and dealership pressure, producing an additional 150. All 800 were snapped up two years ago, and with the new C63 on the horizon we will soon be waving goodbye to the current C63 Black and its 6.3-liter naturally aspirated V8 engine. The most powerful C-Class the German brand has ever built, output is rated at 517 hp and 457 lb-ft of torque.

62 mph from standstill is clocked in just 4.2 seconds, while the visual and aural impact this stunning coupe has on the road cannot be understated. Thanks to Marcel Lech Photography, here’s a gorgeous gallery of a trio of C63 AMG Black Series models terrorizing the streets of Vancouver, Canada.

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