The Mercedes-Benz C 63 AMG prices announced for Australia

The Mercedes-Benz C 63 AMG prices were announced today in Australia.

The car will be available for purchase in April next year and will costs $245,000 in Australian dollars, which is approximately £155,000.

It will be a very rare car, with just thirty two being made available in Australia and just three in New Zealand.

The Mercedes-Benz Managing Director, Horst von Sanden said that the demand for the car reduced the amount of them being produced for the country.

He said “The C 63 AMG Coupe Black Series will be limited to a total of 35 units for Australia and New Zealand. Obviously we wanted to get more but, the global customer demand for this latest Black Series has seen our allocation limited to just 35 units,”

“Many CLK 63 AMG Black Series owners see the C63 AMG Coupe Black Series as the logical successor and we already have a double figure order bank.”

The demand makes perfect sense, as the price tag represents a great amount of quality which many wouldn’t be able to afford. The running costs will also be dramatically high too.

That high price will represent the magnificent V8 engine that comes with the car. The car will be very powerful, producing 62-Nm of torque and achieving 0-62 MPH in 4.2 seconds.

Inside the car, there will be a specially designed sportily designed Mercedes-Benz AMG Nappa Leather trimmed steering wheel. The two bucket seats look great when combined with the red seat belts. A more practical four seater option is also available to purchase.  The piano black headlights blend in with the car in a great way too.

The wheels really make the car, in terms of giving it a sporty and intimidating look. They are a massive 19 inch and look great in both silver and black (Official images have the vehicle with black and silver wheels)

The car is will only be available for the rich, as you may have guessed. It’s a very exclusive vehicle which will stand out wherever it may be.

Will the Mercedes-Benz C 63 AMG demand increase for more to made? It does remain a possibility.

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