With 6.2 liters of capacity and 510 horsepower on tap, the Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Black Series would be enough for most any speed freak to play around with. But the tuners at Väth have taken it even further with a series of modifications.

For starters, Väth has supercharged the V8 up to 756 horsepower which is able to propel the beast to 62 miles per hour in just 3.6 seconds and on to a 217-mph top speed – good for those romps down the Autobahn. A stainless steel exhaust system, as well as new cats, silencers and exhaust tips are also on offer. An adjustable suspension is part of the package, as are upgraded rolling stock – 20-inch alloys on ultra-low-profile rubber – and (thankfully) upgraded brakes to keep it all in check.

The result is the V63 Supercharged, and buyers can select the individual upgrades they desire, along with an array of interior options. Check out the full press release below for all the details.
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THE V63 SUPERCHARGED, C63 AMG Black Series by VÄTH

The Coupé Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Black Series can be fully characterized among other vehicles by the word „perfection". There is nothing to prevent the company VÄTH in Hösbach from choosing this vehicle as a basis for a completely new solution for the street, as well as for the racing track. And that was a great success as usual.

For a long time VÄTH automobile technology has been famous for power increase as its main trend. So, in this case the V63 Supercharged, in fact, became a hot stuff due to its high performance engine modification with compressor system together with individual precise tuning of the engine electronics and maximal speed increase, including an in-house manufactured water-charging air cooling system. Technical data of the superlative car speak for themselves: 6,208 cm³ engine capacity works out 556 kW which equals to not less than 756 hp! Maximal torque is correspondingly abnormal – 800 Nm, that enables to speed the race car up to 100 km/h in just 3.6 seconds. Maximal speed is increased up to 350 km/h, where the corresponding tires are necessary. The complete engine modification costs 38,500 € (all named prices including taxes).

The price for the VA stainless steel exhaust-manifold system called M156 comes up to 2,890 €, while stainless steel catalyst device that is meant only for export costs 1,890 €. The sport rear silencer without tailpipes but with flap control costs 3,540 €. VÄTH provided the V63 Supercharged with a complete suspension with 20 – 65 mm lowering and hardness, as well as with high adjustable shock absorbers. Thus, they have guaranteed an optimal and secure handling for the street and race track without any loss of comfort. The price is 2,490 €. To optimize the breaking system, they have installed high power breakers with 405 mm breaking discs on the front axis. 5,490 € is charged for the adapter and mounting kit including steel flex lines, further 1,490 € come for gear-oil cooler device. The car rests on three part forged wheels with 9x12 inches 255/30-20 tires – on the front, and 11x20 inches 295/25-20 tires – on the rear axis. Other items will cost 7,450 €. A radiator grill without a star is available on request for 650 €.

In the interior VÄTH allows the V63 Supercharged to have a sport steering wheel in leather/leather and also in carbon or with woodwork on demand for 1,450 €, as well as the extension of the speedometer up to 400 km/h for 1,890 € to strike the observer's eye.


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      chest rockwell
      • 2 Years Ago
      I've never heard of Vath so I checked out their website - this tuned benz goes for 128K Euros. Also, they make some fugly body kits....
      John
      • 2 Years Ago
      Fugly
      Schadenfreude
      • 2 Years Ago
      Supecharging a masterpiece of naturally aspirated engineering is a travesty
      NamorF-Pro
      • 2 Years Ago
      Well, this is kinda pointless considering the fact that this car has absolutely no traction as an original black series. But it would be a great tire-into-smoke making machine. =P
      Andre Neves
      • 2 Years Ago
      Exactly what you want when you supercharge a C63 AMG and give it 756hp. Huge gaudy wheels with finger-thing sidewalls. Derp Derp. With rubber like, I bet a stock C250 would annihilate it to 100mph, maybe even 120.
      NightFlight
      • 2 Years Ago
      0-62MPH in 3.7 seconds, and that's 100% traction limited. I can only imagine what this thing would do accelerating 100-150MPH.
      grayfox994
      • 2 Years Ago
      Looks like a Ford Focus!
      IBx27
      • 2 Years Ago
      Ok, now the power levels are acceptable. A 6.2L S/C V8 should be making these figures, but the tires on this car can't seem to handle the usual numbers...
        tylermars.design
        • 2 Years Ago
        @IBx27
        The tires on most cars can't handle these numbers. I think its more of a traction control issue.
      allen schroeder
      • 2 Years Ago
      If we ever see one, will it have the ridiculous word "Kompressor" prominantly displayed? The first time I saw that on a Mercedes I thought to myself "What is that, certainly not a high-class Mercedes"???
      chicobird
      • 2 Years Ago
      What's the matter Col Sanders, chicken? Ludicrus speed now!!!!
      John
      • 2 Years Ago
      Fugly
      artorius317
      • 2 Years Ago
      Not exactly anything to druel over. Kinda sad it could only hit 217 mph. But then again, who thought it could keep pace with a supercharged Ford GT anyway?
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