The New Mercedes AMG C43 4MATIC Coupe And Cabriolet Models Combine The Elegance With A Sportive Attitude


In the reviving of the new Mercedes C-Class series presented at the last Geneva Motor Show, Mercedes AMG presents the restyled versions of its C43 4MATIC Coupe and Cabriolet models.

Stunning design improvements

The two models finally stand out quite a little of the sedan presented at the Swiss show, in terms of design, except for their rear part which incorporates a larger diffuser and round exhaust outlets. Besides, they present new side skirts and specific rims, as well as superior headlights and backlights systems which are now fully incorporating the LED technology.

The new Mercedes AMG C43 4MATIC Coupe and Cabriolet models’ interiors are made with Artico leather and Dinamica fiber, along with piano black and aluminum finishes.

The pedals, for example, are made of aluminum and the new AMG steering wheel is dressed in Nappa leather.

Modern onboard technology with many features and settings

As for the onboard technologies, the new models are packed with a digital navigation system with a 12.3-inch screen which offers three viewing options and settings:

  • Classic;
  • Sport;
  • Supersport;

Also, many other additional options and settings will be available.

The new Mercedes AMG C43 4MATIC Coupe and Cabriolet will pack powerful engines

The new Mercedes AMG C43 4MATIC Coupe and Cabriolet models are characterized by a sporty look and the same is observed under the hood.

The models will be powered by an AMG V6 3.0-liter turbo engine which packs 390 hp and 520 Nm, therefore, packing 23 hp more than the previous models. Also, the new Mercedes AMG models will come with an AMG Speedshift TCT 9G gearbox.

The top speed of both models will be set at 250 km/h. Besides, the Coupe will reach 100 km/h in 4.7 seconds, while the Cabriolet will hit 100 km/h in just 0.01 seconds more, 4.8 seconds.

The prices of the new Mercedes AMG C43 4MATIC Coupe and Cabriolet will be announced shortly.

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