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Mercedes AMG C

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Mercedes-AMG previews new C63 Coupe ahead of August 19 reveal

Mercedes-AMG has released a handful more photos of the upcoming C63 Coupe, set to be unveiled on August 19 and take the fight to the likes of the BMW M4 and Lexus RC F.
Mercedes-AMG teases C63 Coupe again, this time on video

Mercedes-AMG rolls out a second teaser for the coming C63 Coupe, this time on video with bits of the car on camera, accompanied by more of its tamer sound effects.
Mercedes-AMG teases 2016 C63 Coupe [w/video]

'Something Fast' Indeed

Mercedes-AMG says it has "something fast" on the way. We now know it's the C63 Coupe, which will be unveiled to the world at the Frankfurt Motor Show this September.
Mercedes-AMG teases C63 Coupe again, this time on video

Mercedes-AMG rolls out a second teaser for the coming C63 Coupe, this time on video with bits of the car on camera, accompanied by more of its tamer sound effects.
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Mercedes recalling 284k C-Class models for taillight failure [UPDATE]

UPDATE: A Mercedes-Benz spokesperson has responded to our request for more information, with an official statement that you can read, below. Mercedes also points out that "no accidents, injuries, or deaths have been reported" as a result of the taillight issue.