The package focuses around a Magnuson Roots supercharger, which sits atop a billet aluminium intake manifold and draws air through a custom carbon fibre air intake. There’s also a intercooler with independent water circuit, additional performance module and stainless steel sport exhaust system including manifold and high-flow catalytic converters. Those tweaks see output from the 6.2-litre V8 engine jump from 341 kW (457 hp) and 600 Nm of torque to 523 kW (702 hp) and 883 Nm.
Additional hardware includes a Quaife-developed automatic 100 percent limited slip differential, an uprated braking system featuring eight and four-piston brake calipers gripping 380 mm and 356 mm discs, a ZF Sachs coilover suspension kit and a choice of 19 and 20-inch alloy wheels.
Visually, the C 63 AMG wears a larger front spoiler, mirror casings and diffuser section constructed from carbon fibre, while the interior has been reupholstered in a two-tone theme using a mixture of leather and alcantara along with carbon trim inlays on the dashboard and door panels.