The 2019 Mercedes-AMG C63 Wagon has been spied partly camouflaged. The fast wagon is getting ready to receive a few styling changes, which are reserved for the ends of the car. Plus, it might even get more power, though just for the topping S version. The subtle refresh will likely continue inside, where the amazing wagon could host some technology upgrades and perhaps new covers.
Even though it’s featuring camouflaged ends, we know what’s hiding beneath, especially in the front. As we’ve managed to find out, the gorgeous wagon is getting a new grille. In place of the current radiator design, Mercedes’ performance division will give a try to the Panamericana grille. Below, the bumper will host a few subtle changes, probably redesigned air intake, while the headlights could be slightly re-tweaked as well. Around back, the car hides the new bumper and a pair of different taillights, and that’s pretty much everything. Of course, since we are talking about an update, the carmaker will likely add a few new exterior colors just to spice up the overall taste.
The refreshed vehicle doesn’t really need more power because it’s on the very top already. The closest rival at the moment is the Audi RS4 Avant which pumps out 450 horsepower. Still, that’s nothing compared to Mercedes’ biturbo 4.0-liter V8. The base (if we may call the wagon like that) will likely keep its 476 horsepower untouched, but the S badge is getting 12 additional ponies. So, in place of 503 hp, the most potent 2019 Mercedes-AMG C63 will deliver 515 horsepower.
The wagon will host an updated infotainment system with a larger, most likely 10.25-inch touchscreen. The display will go in a pair with a fully digital 12.3-inch instrument cluster, and most likely a new multifunction touchpad. Mercedes will probably update car’s safety system, but we have nothing official at the moment.
U.S. and Euro Debuts
The 2019 Mercedes-AMG C63 Wagon will be introduced early next year. The North American debut will likely happen in January at 2018 NAIAS, while the European public has to wait for the Geneva Motor Show in March.