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The new C-Class models from Mercedes-AMG: Even more performance for the C-Class 2016.06.05

Affalterbach, Germany - June 03, 2016 - The new Mercedes-AMG C 63 Cabriolet combines an intensive open-air ambience with the AMG 4.0-litre V8 engine to create an exhilarating performance experience. The biturbo engine developed in Affalterbach is available in two output ratings with 350 kW (476 hp) or 375 kW (510 hp) and provides performance on a par with a sports car. Flared wheel arches at the front and rear, the wide track and the large wheels underscore the powerful looks. The agile longitudinal and lateral dynamics come courtesy of the sophisticated AMG RIDE CONTROL suspension with adaptive adjustable damping, as well as the rear-axle limited-slip differential.

Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Cabriolet( A 205); 2016; exterior: designo diamond white bright; interior: AMG nappa leather platinium white pearl/black.
Photo courtesy of Mercedes-AMG
 

Affalterbach, Germany - June 03, 2016

Open-air performance for the C-Class

The new Mercedes-AMG C 63 Cabriolet combines an intensive open-air ambience with the AMG 4.0-litre V8 engine to create an exhilarating performance experience.
The biturbo engine developed in Affalterbach is available in two output ratings with 350 kW (476 hp) or 375 kW (510 hp) and provides performance on a par with a sports car.

Flared wheel arches at the front and rear, the wide track and the large wheels underscore the powerful looks.
The agile longitudinal and lateral dynamics come courtesy of the sophisticated AMG RIDE CONTROL suspension with adaptive adjustable damping, as well as the rear-axle limited-slip differential.

Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Cabriolet( A 205); 2016; exterior: designo diamond white bright; interior: AMG nappa leather platinium white pearl/black.
Photo courtesy of Mercedes-AMG
 
Performance-oriented automotive enthusiasts can enjoy the largest selection in the market segment with the Mercedes-AMG C-Class: it is now available in a total of twelve versions as Saloon, Estate, Coupé and Cabriolet; with a choice of V6 biturbo engine and all-wheel drive or V8 biturbo engine in two output ratings, rear-wheel drive and rear-axle limited-slip differential.

"The C-Class is a decisive factor in our company's success. The new combination of intensive open-air ambience and powerful V8 engine is unique in the segment and perfectly supplements our large C-Class range", says Tobias Moers, CEO of Mercedes-AMG GmbH.

Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Cabriolet( A 205); 2016; exterior: designo diamond white bright; interior: AMG nappa leather platinium white pearl/black.
Photo courtesy of Mercedes-AMG
 
Extensive know-how from motorsport and the passion of the AMG engineers, designers and product managers form the basis for the emotive driving experience with the new performance Cabriolet.



Unique offering in the segment with V8 biturbo engine

In its competitive field the new C 63 Cabriolet is exceptional in every respect, being the only vehicle in the segment to boast an 8-cylinder biturbo engine.

Mercedes-AMG thus meets the wishes of those customers who desire a combination of a highly emotive, unmistakable engine sound and torquey power delivery.

Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Cabriolet( A 205); 2016; exterior: designo diamond white bright; interior: AMG nappa leather platinium white pearl/black.
Photo courtesy of Mercedes-AMG
 
The driver also benefits from the unrivalled performance: the C 63 S Cabriolet accelerates from
0 to 100 km/h in 4.1 seconds, the C 63 Cabriolet in 4.2 seconds.

The top speed is 250 km/h (electronically limited; 280 km/h with AMG Driver's package).

Courtesy of Mercedes-AMG
 

V8 biturbo engine with hot inside V


The 4.0-litre eight-cylinder biturbocharged engine is already used in the C 63 Saloon, Estate and Coupé.
It is also installed in the GT sports car with dry sump lubrication.


A characteristic feature is that the two turbochargers are positioned not on the outside of the cylinder banks, but between them in the "V" – experts call this the "hot inside V".

The main advantages of this design are the compact engine construction, optimal response and low exhaust gas emissions.
The 'hot inside V' also optimises the supply of fresh air to both exhaust gas turbochargers.
Electronically controlled blow-off valves ensure a very immediate and direct response.

Mercedes-AMG C 43 Cabriolet ( A 205 ) 2016 and Mercedes-AMG C 43 Coupé, (A 205), 2016.
Photo courtesy of Mercedes-AMG
 
The maximum charge pressure in the C 63 S Cabriolet is 1.2 bar, and in the C 63 Cabriolet 1.1 bar.

The turbochargers reach a maximum rotational speed of 186,000 rpm.


Direct injection with spray-guided combustion

A combination of biturbocharging and direct petrol injection with spray-guided combustion increases thermodynamic efficiency, thereby reducing fuel consumption and exhaust gas emissions.

Particularly fast and precise piezo injectors spray the fuel at high pressure into eight combustion chambers.
Multiple injection occurs on-demand, ensuring a homogeneous fuel/air mixture.
The delivery of fuel is electronically controlled and fully variable for a fuel pressure between 100 and 200 bar.


Cylinder bore liners featuring NANOSLIDE® technology

The aluminium crankcase is produced using sand casting technology and features a closed-deck design.
This ensures extreme strength while keeping the weight as low as possible, and allows high injection pressures of up to 140 bar.

The NANOSLIDE® coating of the cylinder liners is also used in the Formula One engines of MERCEDES-AMG PETRONAS.
It is twice as hard as conventional cast iron cylinder liners and therefore wear-resistant, and at the same time also reduces friction, thereby contributing to higher efficiency.

Mercedes-AMG C 43 4MATIC Cabriolet, exterior: obsidian black; interior: leather black, Fuel consumption (l/100 km) urban/ex urban/combined: 11.0/6.7/8.3 combined CO2 emissions: 190 g/km.
Photo courtesy of Mercedes-AMG
 
'Spectacle honing' is another measure to reduce friction and therefore consumption: in this complex process, the cylinder liners receive their mechanical surface treatment when already bolted in place.
A jig resembling spectacles is bolted to the crankcase in place of the cylinder head mounted later.
Any cylinder warpage that might occur during final assembly is therefore taken into account or eliminated as the cylinder liners are honed.
This has advantages in terms of both durability and oil consumption.


Cylinder heads with zirconium alloy

The cylinder heads in the AMG 4.0-litre, V8 biturbo engine are made of a zirconium alloy for maximum temperature resistance and thermal conductivity.

Four overhead camshafts control a total of 32 valves.

Camshaft adjustment on the inlet and outlet side enables an excellent response and optimises the gas cycle for each operating point.
Optimised valve springs and the low-friction valve gear with cam followers deliver further fuel savings.

Mercedes-AMG C 43 4MATIC Cabriolet, exterior: obsidian black; interior: leather black, Fuel consumption (l/100 km) urban/ex urban/combined: 11.0/6.7/8.3 combined CO2 emissions: 190 g/km.
Photo courtesy of Mercedes-AMG
 
In addition, forged aluminium pistons featuring a lightweight design and high strength are used.
A low-friction piston ring package reduces fuel and oil consumption.


Efficient cooling of charge air, water and engine oil

For optimum power output even when outside temperatures are high, Mercedes-AMG uses indirect air/water intercooling.
With optimum air and water flow, the intercoolers have a separate, two-stage low-temperature water circuit.
The water-flow intercoolers ensure that the charge air compressed and heated to up to 140 degrees Celsius by the turbochargers is effectively cooled before entering the combustion chambers, and remains at a constant, low level of max. 25 degrees Celsius above the ambient temperature even under full load.

A large radiator at the car's front end ensures controlled cooling of the water circulating in the low-temperature circuit.
Extremely short charge-air ducting makes for optimum responsiveness.
The engine coolant is cooled on the particularly effective cross-flow principle, featuring two high-temperature radiators connected in parallel and a particularly efficient 1 kilowatt suction fan.

Since the water pump is driven by the timing chain, a simpler belt drive system with lower tension force is used.
The advantage: less loss of drive power.
With a rated flow of 420 litres, the water pump conveys the equivalent of more than two full bathtubs per minute.

Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Cabriolet( A 205); 2016; exterior: designo diamond white bright; interior: AMG nappa leather platinium white pearl/black.
Photo courtesy of Mercedes-AMG
 
An external engine oil cooler in the front apron helps to provide proper thermal management for the V8 engine.
It is located in the front apron for aerodynamic efficiency.
A two-stage, controlled oil pump circulates the engine oil.
This varies the flow rate depending on load and engine speed requirement, thereby benefiting fuel economy.
At high engine speeds more than 1.0 litre of engine oil per second flows through the oil lines and ducts.
To save on weight, numerous oil and water lines are made of aluminium.


C 63 S with dynamic engine mounts as standard

Unique in its segment, the C 63 S Cabriolet – like the Saloon, Estate and Coupé – is equipped with dynamic engine mounts.
These help to further resolve the conflicting aims of comfort and dynamic performance.

These dynamic mounts are very quickly and variably able to adapt their stiffness to the driving conditions and requirements.
Soft engine mounts improve comfort, as they provide more effective decoupling of noise and vibration.

Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Cabriolet( A 205); 2016; exterior: designo diamond white bright; interior: AMG nappa leather platinium white pearl/black.
Photo courtesy of Mercedes-AMG
 
However, handling and agility benefit from a generally stiffer mount set-up. These measures enhance the vehicle's precision when driven dynamically.
For example, the steering response and feedback are even more direct.


"One Man One Engine": a tradition of hand-built excellence

The biturbo eight-cylinder engine of the C 63 Cabriolet is fitted by hand in the hand-finishing section of AMG's production plant in Affalterbach based on the "One Man - One Engine" philosophy.

This means that each engine is assembled by a highly qualified technician who applies the strictest quality standards.

This technician is responsible for everything from installing the crankshaft in the engine block and assembling the camshafts to wiring the engine and filling it with engine oil as clearly evidenced by the signature on the AMG engine badge.


Electronic documentation of the entire production process

During the assembly process, each engine undergoes a series of tests in which it is examined for oil and water leaks.
The entire fuel system is likewise checked for leaks to the extent that even individual gas molecules can be detected.

All the engine functions are then examined on the "cold-test bench" using simulated resistances and pressurisation as well as the very latest resonance and airborne noise measurement methods.
And finally a fully automatic image processing system is used to check the delivery condition of the completed engine.

In addition to this, the assembly process is controlled and documented by the AMG Trace System.
This system allows full documentation of various process parameters such as the tightening torques, angles and curves of all bolted connections, fluid levels, component and batch information, and test results.


Faster gearshifts: the AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT 7-speed sports transmission

The transmission plays a major part in the direct and sporty character of the new Mercedes-AMG C 63 Cabriolet.

The AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT 7-speed sports transmission impresses with its pronounced dynamics and high variability.

Whether automatic or initiated by the driver using the steering wheel shift paddles, upshifts and downshifts are executed quickly and immediately.
This is achieved by specifically adjusting the engine and transmission parameters.

Furthermore, the aluminium shift paddles are now able to transmit the driver's commands to change gears even faster.
The tangible driving dynamics are thus enhanced further.


AMG DYNAMIC SELECT transmission modes

The driver is able to influence the characteristics of the C 63 with four different AMG DYNAMIC SELECT transmission modes.
The driver decides on the desired driving experience, from comfortable to super-sporty, using a controller to the left of the touchpad.

"Comfort" is the well-balanced transmission mode with a comfort-oriented suspension and steering set-up, as well as a fuel-efficient powertrain configuration – including smooth gearshifts and a discreet engine note.

The "sailing function" ensures a further reduction in fuel consumption: when the driver releases the accelerator in a speed range between 60 and 160 km/h, the clutch of the MCT transmission is disengaged and the engine is decoupled from the powertrain.
The electronics reduce the engine speed to idle level, and the driving resistance is reduced by the compression and frictional forces of the engine in overrun mode.

Mercedes-AMG C 43 Coupé, exterior: diamond white, Fuel consumption (l/100 km) urban/ex urban/combined: 10.6/6.2/7.8 combined CO2 emissions: 178 g/km.
Photo courtesy of Mercedes-AMG
 
"Sport" transmission mode is characterised by agile response to accelerator pedal input, shortened shift times and earlier downshifts.
Gear changes are made significantly more emotionally appealing thanks to a double-declutching function when downshifting.
On top of this, the steering and suspension feature more dynamic tuning.

The experience becomes even more dynamic in "Sport Plus" mode.
Numerous parameters are sharpened further here, from the highly agile throttle response and the acoustically more powerful double-declutching function, through to targeted torque control during upshifts with cylinder deactivation.
The higher idle speed enables lightning-fast moving off.
Suspension and steering are equally tuned for an even faster response. In addition, the exhaust system sound is more emotional.

The C 63 S has an additional "RACE" transmission mode.
It is the optimal setting for tackling some ambitious laps on a closed-off race track.
Here the drivetrain reacts extremely spontaneously and the ESP® switches to Sport Handling mode.

In "Individual" transmission mode the driver can individually adjust the response of the drive system, suspension, transmission, exhaust system and ESP®. 

Courtesy of Mercedes-AMG
 

Impressive proportions, high-quality equipment and appointments


The impressive proportions of the Mercedes-AMG C 63 Cabriolet instantly catch the eye.

The 8-cylinder engine, together with the increased track width on the front and rear axles, called for a redesigned front end and a model-specific rear assembly as well as new side walls.

The flared wheel arches make the AMG Cabriolet 64 millimetres wider at the front and 66 millimetres wider at the rear compared with the standard Cabriolet, enabling the vehicle to hug the road better.

Two striking powerdomes adorn the 60 millimetre longer aluminium bonnet, underscoring the powerful looks.

The typical AMG "A-wing" front spoiler serves as an air deflector for the three cooling air intakes.
Additional flics ensure an optimal flow of air to the cooling modules in the wheel arches.
A front splitter at the bottom of the front apron helps to reduce front-axle lift.
The low, arrow-shaped "twin blade" radiator grille with AMG lettering also visually lowers the vehicle's centre of gravity.

The side line, too, presents an entirely unique face thanks to the large wheels, which finish flush with the body on the far outside, and the special side skirts.
The lateral inward step from door to sill lends additional emphasis to the wide base.

The multi-layered fabric soft top with glass rear window follows the coupé's roof line with the top closed, thus reinforcing the impression of a meticulously modelled sculpture.
Refined detail: in typical sports car fashion, the exterior rear-view mirrors are mounted on the door rather than in the mirror triangle.

Mercedes-AMG C 43 Coupé, exterior: diamond white, Fuel consumption (l/100 km) urban/ex urban/combined: 10.6/6.2/7.8 combined CO2 emissions: 178 g/km.
Photo courtesy of Mercedes-AMG
 
With the roof open, the meticulous coordination between exterior and interior design becomes apparent.
High-grade details include the matt chrome trim on the A-pillar and windscreen as well as a beltline moulding, which extends as far as the soft-top compartment, and borders this with a broad matt chrome trim.
The rear with its all-new styling comes across as very sporty thanks to the broad shoulders and echoes a typical motorsport feature with the diffuser insert.
The special design of the simulated air outlets positioned on the sides improve air flow at the rear.

Features such as the narrow rear reflectors reinforce the impression of width.
The two chrome-plated twin tailpipes of the AMG exhaust system are harmoniously integrated into the diffuser.
A narrow spoiler lip is placed on the boot lid.
Painted in the body colour, its elegant shape is reminiscent of a sharp blade.


Intelligent cabriolet concept

Intelligent functions such as operation of the fabric soft top while driving (up to 50 km/h), the optional AIRSCARF neck-level heating or the automatic AIRCAP draught-stop provide extraordinary comfort with open-top motoring, 365 days a year.

With a capacity of 360 litres (285 litres with the roof open), the luggage compartment is capable of holding an exceptional amount of luggage for a cabriolet, thus offering high everyday practicality.

Exclusive options include the fully automatic fabric acoustic soft top, which is available in the colours black, dark brown, dark blue or dark red.

The multi-layered structure incorporating various insulation materials effectively reduces ambient noise and thus reduces the interior noise level.


Interior with high-class appeal

The interior of the C 63 Cabriolet offers a wealth of fine details: Carefully selected high-quality materials with tactile qualities and precise workmanship boast the high level of perceived quality that is a hallmark of AMG.

Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Cabriolet (A205) 2016; exterior: designo diamond white bright; interior: AMG nappa leather platinium white pearl/black; Fuel consumption, combined (l/100 km): 8.9, CO2 emissions, combined (g/km): 208.
Photo courtesy of Mercedes-AMG
 
The instrument panel is trimmed with black ARTICO man-made leather with contrasting topstitching.
The wing-like aluminium trim and the analogue clock in IWC design
(depending on specification) underscore the high-quality impression.

The touchpad is flanked by the AMG DYNAMIC SELECT switch and numerous AMG-specific controls such as the button for the 3-stage AMG RIDE CONTROL suspension, 3-stage ESP® or optionally the button for the AMG Performance exhaust system with flap control.

A sporty and dynamic ambience is also ensured by the 3-spoke Performance steering wheel with a 12 o'clock marking and the instrument cluster.

Mercedes-AMG C 43 Coupé, interior: leather black, Fuel consumption (l/100 km) urban/ex urban/combined: 10.6/6.2/7.8 combined CO2 emissions: 178 g/km.
Photo courtesy of Mercedes-AMG
 
Equipped with specific dials in carbon-fibre look, the speedometer reads up to 320 km/h.

Performance seats are also available as an alternative to the standard-fit sports seats: they ensure enhanced lateral support thanks to a more heavily contoured seat shape.

Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Cabriolet( A 205); 2016; exterior: designo diamond white bright; interior: AMG nappa leather platinium white pearl/black.
Photo courtesy of Mercedes-AMG
 

Exclusive AMG optional extras


Mercedes-AMG offers technical and design highlights that make the Mercedes-AMG C 63 Cabriolet even sportier, more exclusive and more individual.

Key extras include:

• AMG Performance exhaust system with flap control at the push of a button

o Greater differentiation of the tonal characteristics through two additional exhaust flaps
o Tonal characteristics dependent on selected transmission mode – clear differentiation between full in the C and S modes and distinctly sporty in the S+ and RACE modes
o Additional control of the tonal characteristics via button on the centre control panel in the centre console

• AMG ceramic high-performance compound braking system with compound brake discs measuring 402 x 39 mm at the front and integral brake discs measuring 360 x 26 mm at the rear as well as specially painted brake callipers with "AMG Carbon Ceramic" lettering

• AMG Night package:

o Silver chrome louvre in the radiator grille
o High-gloss black A-wing of the front bumper and A-wing trim strip
o Side sill panel inserts in high-gloss black
o Rear bumper trim strip in high-gloss black
o Exterior mirror housings in high-gloss black
o Sports exhaust system with two chrome-plated twin tailpipe tips

• AMG Exterior Carbon-Fibre package I:

o Silver chrome louvre in the radiator grille
o A-wing of the front bumper in carbon
o Side sill panel inserts in carbon
o Upper trim panel of rear bumper in carbon

• AMG Exterior Carbon-Fibre package II:

o Exterior mirror housings in carbon
o Spoiler lip in carbon

• AMG interior:

o AMG Performance seats for driver and front passenger with more heavily contoured seat shape for enhanced lateral support, integral head restraints and "AMG" badge in the seat backrests
o Two-tone nappa leather red pepper/black or platinum white/black, perforated
o Carbon-fibre/light aluminium trim with longitudinal grain
o Matt silver glass fibre/aluminium with bright longitudinal grain trim

Courtesy of Mercedes-AMG
 

The highlights

• 3.0-litre V6 biturbo engine with modified engine management, increased boost pressure and also significantly enhanced dynamics and responsiveness

• 9G-TRONIC automatic transmission with reduced shift times and double-declutching function during downshifting

• AMG performance 4MATIC all-wheel drive with rear-biased torque distribution of 31 to 69 percent (front axle to rear axle)

• AMG RIDE CONTROL sports suspension with adaptive adjustable damping in three stages, mode can be selected via button, adopted from the Mercedes-AMG C 63

• AMG DYNAMIC SELECT Switch for dynamic, individually selectable driving experience with five transmission modes and AMG-specific parameterisation

• Three-stage Electronic Stability Program ESP®

• Front axle with newly developed steering knuckles and load-bearing joints on the spring link. Elastokinematic adjustments to the links adopted from the Mercedes-AMG C 63

• Rear axle with elastokinematics tailored to higher driving dynamics

• Large braking system with internally ventilated compound brake discs, perforated at the front with a diameter of 360 mm, and with a diameter of 320 mm at the rear

• AMG styling with model-specific front and rear apron as well as special exhaust tailpipes

• Diamond radiator grille with chrome pins and louvre in high-gloss black

• 18" AMG light-alloy wheels in 5-spoke design, painted high-gloss black with a high-sheen finish

• AMG instrument cluster in chequered-flag design with 280 km/h scale and AMG main menu

• Multifunction sports steering wheel in leather with deep embossing in grip area, flattened bottom section, with red contrasting topstitching

• Upholstery in ARTICO man-made leather / DINAMICA microfibre in black with AMG-specific seat upholstery layout and red topstitching



Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Cabriolet( A 205); 2016; exterior: designo diamond white bright; interior: AMG nappa leather platinium white pearl/black.
Photo courtesy of Mercedes-AMG
 

Contacts:

Birgit Zaiser,
Press and Public Relations Mercedes-AMG,
Tel.: +49 (0)7144 302 581
birgit.zaiser@daimler.com  

Koert Groeneveld,
Global Product Communications Mercedes-Benz Cars,
Tel.: +49 (0)711 17-93211
koert.groeneveld@daimler.com  


Further information about Mercedes-Benz is available online:
www.media.daimler.com  and www.mercedes-benz.com  


Source: Daimler Global Media Newsroom

http://media.daimler.com/  



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