We've never heard a demon clear its throat, but we're pretty sure that the engineers at Mercedes-Benz have. How else could they create a menacing machine that produces the noises emanating from the 2012 C63 AMG Black Series coupe?

Road & Track snagged the keys to an example of the devilish new 510-horsepower superstar, and, fortunately for us, they brought along a camera. The following clip doesn't show smokey powerslides, meaty burnouts or high-speed passes. In fact, the C63 AMG isn't even moving. The Black Series coupe merely sits still and belches forth an evil tone that incites visions of what's in store once you move the shift lever into Drive. Click past the jump for the clip.

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