The team around the tuner Baan Velgen has just published a new project. As a basis, a Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG T-model came into consideration, which now also presents the brutal V8 power under the hood to the outside. After the tuning cure that the car was allowed to endure, the Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG is now much more exciting and individual than the production version. By the way, we already have the sporty BBS CH-R alloy wheels on BMW M6 F13 Convertible seen and how an Akrapovic sports exhaust system on an AMG can sound recently Mercedes SLS AMG in Monaco. If you are also the proud owner of a Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG T, then Baan Velgen should be an interesting starting point when it comes to setting the car apart from the crowd. As far as the changes made to the Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG are concerned, we have already learned the first details. What we know we have listed as always below for you in a summary. But if you find any other changes that we have not listed so just use the comment box and let us know!
(Photos: Baan Velgen)
These are the details of the vehicle:
- black BBS CH-R alloy wheels in an estimated 19 inch (chrome rim protection)
- red calipers
- Akrapovic titanium exhaust system
- Carbon splitter
- Carbon diffuser
- Carbon mirror caps
- Carbon hood openings
- Carbon stone guard behind
- Carbon parts for the engine compartment
- darkened windows at the back
- possibly a performance increase - (chip tuning, tuning box, compressor or turbo conversion, NOS etc. - info is pending)
Certainly, new information and certainly new pictures and videos will soon be online. As soon as this is the case, we will of course put it online and inform you about it.
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