Who let the dogs out? It was Piecha Design, that applied the mean dog treatment on the Mercedes-AMG C63 S. Now the AMG wagon will be hitting the road with 102 HP more.
It may look like a family car in its standard version, but it seems to be an Alpha Dog after coming out of the hands of the Piecha Design experts.
And if you plan on getting away from the fierce beast, think twice. You need to jump the start by a day, maybe, as this fierce animal can run from a standstill to 100 km/h in just 3.8 seconds, barking at the back of your neck. The standard version could do it in 4.1. It is all thanks to its remapped 4.0-liter biturbo V8 engine.
The Rottweil-based German tuner upgraded it from its standard 510 HP, the C63 S now boasts 612 HP (450 kW) and 840 Nm (620 lb-ft) of torque.
The power boost is materialized in the new looks of the barking beast. The car comes with a suspension lowering kit. The body kit that dresses up this runaway wild dog includes wider air intakes in the redesigned front bumper, racing strips, a chequered-flag design on the sides, a solid roof wing for more downforce.
Piecha Design gave up the standard wheels for some 19 Piecha MP1 Monoblock with a pale metallic finish or the 20-inch MP5 LMX ones in a satin black hue. The body kit maker also recommends it for the lower specification model, the C 250d 4Matic.