Today, we have a gorgeous white Mercedes-Benz C63S AMG with a set of carbon fiber parts and aftermarket wheels installed. The vehicle features a class-leading handcrafted AMG V8 bi-turbo horsepower, delivering a staggering 503 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of torque. The C63S AMG will sprint from 0-62mph (0-100km/h) in just 3.9 seconds – really similar to both the BMW M3 and Audi RS4 – it’s direct competitors in the market.
With a starting MSRP of $73,700 it’s hard to neglect the appeal of this vehicle. However, even though the Mercedes-Benz C63S AMG comes with impressive styling and performance, to some owners the need to further accentuate the visual aspect of their vehicle is hard to neglect. This is where the aftermarket industry comes into play, bringing on custom solutions for this platform range.
This C63S AMG features a complete Mode Carbon aero package. It consists of Edition 1 front splitter, the euro-spec front trim replacement, front grille replacement, carbon fiber mirrour housings followed by the side skirt replacement, the euro-spec rear carbon fiber diffuser, a Luftstrom rear diffuser and a sedan boot lid spoiler. Mode Carbon’s manufacturing process takes full advantage of a dry-layup vacuum infusion process. This allows for less resin to be used in between the carbon fibers, creating a dramatic weight advantage.
The vacuum infusion technology of Mode Carbon’s process also ensures a perfectly even distribution of the resin. The result is a pin-straight weave pattern, which generates a more consistent level of structural integrity to maximize the overall rigidity of our carbon fiber products. In turn, the end result is a lightweight, gorgeous looking and strong carbon fiber set of parts for this vehicle application.
To complete the look of this C63S AMG, the owner decided to add a set of aftermarket Klassen ID wheels. These CS10R wheels come in sizes of 20×9.5 in the front and 20×10.5 in the rear. Thanks to their Gloss Black finish, they pose a perfect contrasting touch for this vehicle.
You can check this Mercedes-Benz C63S AMG build in detail thanks to a photoshoot added to the media gallery right below.