Wagons are mostly reserved for mid-size families, which don’t like high riding vehicles. They provide up to five seating positions and a large cargo capacity. Now, today’s trends point out a constant raise of crossover SUV demand, while the wagons are not standing too good at the moment. We like it, especially when they come in a pair with a respective engine. One of the kinds comes from Mercedes-AMG department. The amazing car brings a whopping performance already, but the refreshed 2019 Mercedes-AMG C63 Wagon promises to be, well, even zestier and here is why:
The wagon from AMD department is currently featuring a single 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8. The biturbo mill delivers from 469 hp to 503 hp, depending on which version you choose. The base 2019 model will probably stay unchanged. On the other hand, the full-fledged C63 S will get 12 additional ponies. Bearing in mind that the closest rival pumps out 450 horsepower, the topping 2019 Mercedes-AMG C63 S Wagon will with 515 horsepower definitely be the fastest wagon available.
Refresh and New Features
The amazing car will get a few exterior changes as well. The spotted prototype hides just the ends. The front end will feature a totally new design thanks to the Panamericana grille and new bumper. The testing vehicle doesn’t hide the headlights, but the carmaker could make some slight changes when the production model hits the dealerships. According to the latest reports, they will be slimmer, but that isn’t confirmed yet. The rear end will also get new lights and restyled bumper, but that’s pretty much everything.
Inside, the 2019 Mercedes-AMG C63 Wagon will feature plenty of changes, both styling and technology. The wagon will get a new 10.25-inch infotainment touchscreen, which has been introduced already inside of the GLC F-Cell. The carmaker will also add a 12.3-inch instrument cluster, fully-digital of course, while the COMAND infotainment should sport a new multifunction touchpad with handwriting recognition.
The refreshed AMG C63 Wagon will be introduced early next year at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show. The European version will have to wait until the Geneva Motor Show.