Mercedes-AMG C63, which will be available in the future, is likely to have a hybrid powertrain and a 4-cylinder engine. Manhart has also created a complete tuning package, to replace the old V8-powered W205. Manhart CR 700 Wagon was also based upon the estate version, combining performance and practicality.
Starting with the engine, AMG’s biturbo 4.0-liter V8 is upgraded from the stock 503 hp (375 kW / 510 PS) to a healthy 702 hp (524 kW / 712 PS). Also, the torque was increased from 700 Nm (516lb-ft to 920Nm (679lb-ft). The CR 700 Wagon can accelerate from 100 to 200 km/h in a remarkable 5.5 seconds.
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ECU mapping and a number of upgrades to turbochargers as well as the intercooler, fuel pump, carbon intake, and intercooler made this possible. Manhart also modified the AMG Speedshift nine-speed gearbox. He offers downpipes for sports with optional 200-cell catalytic converters and race downpipes.
Visually, despite being based on the previous generation C-Class, the R 700 Wagon still looks appealing, especially on the profile. Manhart added their signature golden graphics to contrast with the black paint, and custom-made black grille. The 20-inch Concave One alloy wheels are shod in performance tires measuring 255/30ZR20 at the front and 275/30ZR20 at the rear. Finally, adjustable coil springs from H&R bring the car closer to the ground.
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The car’s interior is stock, with lots of carbon-fiber trim. However, Manhart is willing to offer customization options to anyone that’s interested, like the sky roof starlight headliner that is available upon request.
The total cost of the car is unknown, however, on the tuner’s website we found listings for the 20-inch rims selling for €2,796 ($3,170), the MHtronik Powerbox module for €2,299 ($2,606), the exhaust system for €8,099 ($9,180), and the complete performance upgrade kit for €17,999 ($20,403).