Mercedes AMG C63 Recently Spied Having Halogen Lights!

May 16, 2017 01:00 AM EDT | Paul Urban

The upcoming Mercedes AMG C63 is recently spotted and it does come with interesting updated features. Industry experts and car enthusiasts alike have something to look forward to before this luxury vehicle even gets officially released.

Mercedes has been working on a little updated version of the C-Class for few years. It is about time for such feat to come to fruition. A good number of prototypes are somehow made available sporting new headlights, however, this may be different altogether. For the Mercedes AMG C63, spy shots reveal a more subdued halogen setup.

It is then safe to expect that the production model will have fancier and new lights both in front and rear. The grille's view is obscured from sight because of the camouflage but industry experts think it will get an updated look as well. Even with the back heavily camouflaged, this part is expected to have minor changes too.

It will be powerful and capable for producing 503-bhp because of its unchanged 4.0-liter V-8 turbocharged engine. Interior details have yet to be made available at this point but reports suggest it will come with a new touchpad and a new steering wheel. It may also come with redesigned instrument panel.

These are only some of the mid-cycle updates available at the moment. Several updates and developments are sure to be available in the next few months leading up to its official debut. At this stage, recent photos suggest minor tweaking overall. In spite of the Mercedes AMG C63 coming with little tweaks, it still is the leader in horsepower.

The upcoming Mercedes AMG C63 is expected to make its official debut late next year or early 2019. It is best to stay tuned for further news on the C63 as it will be immediately reported. This vehicle is sure to bring in style and ultimate performance as Mercedes still has more than a year to make necessary changes and updates.

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