Mercedes C63 AMG by Mcchip

4 Aug 2014 12:03 pm | Cars, Mercedes-Benz

There’s nothing like a custom power-kit to brighten up the day, and after years of awesome projects, the tuners from Mcchip-Dkr have come up with a new contraption. The beautiful Mercedes C63 AMG in front of you has received a performance package that increases the output to an incredible 830 hp. The standard 2011 Mercedes C63 AMG is powered by a 6.2-liter V8 engine, developing 457 hp; that’s a huge difference!

Mcchip managed this accomplishment by reprogramming the ECU reprogramming, but also by adding a modified intake system, a compressor system, apparently, and improved oil and water cooling systems. The tuner also fitted the Mercedes with a Drexler differential lock, and a Black Series-inspired bespoke body kit. The latter includes the same vented bonnet, the same bumpers – rear diffuser and tail pipes included, the wider fenders, the side skirts and some front fins; all of these parts were made out of carbon fiber, obviously.

As a finishing touch, the garage upgraded the C63 AMG with a set of OZ-Racing Superleggera 19-inch alloys, performance tires and a KW Clubsport suspension system to improve the ride. Get your credit cards ready, ’cause this one is worth it!