Mcchip-dkr has recently introduced an extensive aftermarket program aimed towards the outgoing Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG.
The current Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG may be close to getting a replacement soon but that doesn’t mean that this is good for the scrap yard. In fact, the aftermarket specialists from mcchip-dkr have recently introduced a new tuning program aimed towards the performance sedan, which is boasting the Drexler differential lock for improved traction, adding the KW Clubsport chassis, the beefier brakes, the fire extinguisher in case things will get too “hot”, the 19-inch OZ Racing Ultraleggera alloy wheels and some other tweaks.
The 6.3 liter V8 naturally aspirated engine found under its hood has received larger oil and water coolers, a new compressor, a bigger water pump for the charge air system and thanks to these modifications, the total output of the already impressive ride is raising from 457 HP (336 kW) to a total of 830 HP (610 kW). A new body kit has been also added to the C63 AMG by mcchip-dkr which is making it look similar to the Black Series and it has been finished in a semi-gloss Ibis White shade. No pricing details for these modifications have been announced.