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autoviva2015-01-14 16:42:42

AMG reveals new C450 AMG 4MATIC

Sportier C-Class version unveiled at NAIAS

The new model will be sold in sedan and wagon variants from June

AMGAMGAMGGermany, 1966 > present17 models
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, performance models division of Mercedes-BenzMercedes-BenzMercedes-BenzGermany, 1924 > present197 models
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, unveiled the second version of the all-wheel drive Sport range. The new C450 AMG 4MATIC was presented at the Detroit Auto Show (NAIAS).

The new model will be sold in sedan and wagon variants from June and follows the same steps of the CLA450 Coupe AMG 4MATIC.

The C450 AMG 4MATIC will be equipped with a modified version of the Mercedes twin turbo 3.0 V6 engine, which had its boost pressure increased, besides other performance improvements. The engine has a 367hp output and 520Nm of torque sent to the wheels via a 7G-Tronic seven-speed automatic transmission .

Equipped with the 4MATIC all-wheel drive system, the C450 AMG 4MATIC sedan can reach 100km/h in 4.9 seconds, while the estate version does it in 5.0 seconds. Both versions have a top speed electronically limited to 250km/h.

Regarding consumption the sedan version has an average of 7.6l/100km, with CO2 emissions of 178g/km. The estate variant has an average fuel consumption of 7.7l/100km with emissions of 180g/km.

The C450 has undergone some changes compared to the standard C-ClassC-Class 5Mercedes-Benz C-Class 5Germany, 2014 > present95 versions
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and shares several components and dynamics with the C63 AMGC 63 SedanAMG C 63 SedanGermany, 2015 > present. The version will run on 18-inch wheels. Visually the C450 4MATIC AMG is distinguishable from the C-Class Avantgarde Package thanks to the redesigned front bumper with larger air intakes, a modified grille, the door mirrors black caps and the darkened chromed exhaust pipes.




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