Something fast is getting closer. The Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe spotted testing

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Sorry to jump the gun, guys, but the spy videographers are doing a damn good job. Just two days after the future fireball from Mercedes-AMG has been teased in a new video, the Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe shows up in a spy shooting.

All the features showing up in the teasing pictures released by Mercedes-AMG are right where they belong. The bolder front and rear bumpers, the enlarged air intakes, the flared arches and new wheels and the typical AMG quad tailpipes.

The spy video of the car running in Nurburgring comes just 48 hours after Mercedes-AMG have teased their upcoming beast in a brand new video, that only shows a door click, some controls, a rearview mirror and a foot pressing a throttle pedal. Pretty much, that’s just about it.

Approximately two weeks ago, we first watched the video of the invisible car racing along the Hockenheim racetrack. One week later, there came the teaser photos that only display a wheel rim, a side mirror and the bonnet line of a heavily camouflaged vehicle. On Friday, we virtually got behind the wheel to God-knows-what, to take some glimpses of the interior. The video edit made by the speed of light does not reveal much, of course. The question we’re presented with is: Are you ready for what’s next? Hell, yeah, like never before!

And now the spy video from Nurburgring that makes everything fall in place, after all the Mercedes-AMG teasers that meant to keep the name of the upcoming gas-starved vehicle a top secret.

However, we still have to wait before we see it in all its glory. The Mercedes-AMG C63 S Coupe will not be shown before September, at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Considering the intense advertising campaign, the online debut of the speedster will probably happen sooner than that, since it looks so ready for its moment in the spotlight.

The new S version coupe will be powered by the AMG 4.0 liter V8, giving its best of 510 HP and getting the car slip under the 4.0 seconds mark for the 0-100 km/h run.