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Packing an extra 50 hp and 10 Nm of torque over the standard C 63 AMG models under their bonnet, the new C63 AMG Edition 507 models that sit right under the more hardcore Black Series variants of the range will be available in Britain starting from July in Saloon, Estate and Coupe body styles.

According to Mercedes-Benz, on-the-road pricing begins at £66,960 for the C 63 AMG Edition 507 Saloon, £68,160 for the Estate and £68,160 for the Coupe.

With 500hp (507PS) and 610Nm (450 lb-ft) of torque available, the C63 AMG Edition 507 reaches 62 mph (100km/h) in 4.2 seconds (4.3 seconds for the Estate), while thanks to the AMG Drivers Package that ups the speed limiter, all models can accelerated up to an electronically limited top speed of 174 mph (280km/h).

Besides the power boost, all 507 Editions come equipped with upgraded 19-inch Cross-Spoke alloy wheels in a Titanium finish, a high performance composite brake system with red brake callipers and an AMG bonnet with power domes and air outlets painted in a high black gloss that also appears on the exterior mirrors, radiator grille and front apron. The sedan also gains a boot lid spoiler.

As for the interior, improvements over the regular C63 AMG include designo Black Leather as standard or alternatively, the optional designo Porcelain Leather with Black Dinamica and contrast stitching or the designo Black Leather with Black Dinamica as a no cost option, a performance steering wheel, black gloss trims, red accents on the instrument cluster and Edition 507 badging on the dash.

As an added bonus, all buyers will receive a free pass to an AMG BASIC Training Power and Passion Event held at one of five racetracks in Germany, including Bilster Berg Race Resort, Nurburgring GP, Hockenheimring, Sachsenring or Lausitzring.

According to Mercedes, "hotel accommodation, catering, a Driver’s Dinner and technical support are all included," but customers "have to cover the cost of getting to the circuit and any extra insurance costs required for track use." +++

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