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The entire Mercedes C-Class lineup has been given a refresh for 2019, and the Germans have saved the most powerful models, the Mercedes-AMG C63 sedan, coupe, and cabriolet, for last. As with the standard 2019 C-class cars and the punchy 385-hp Mercedes-AMG C43 models, the 2019 C63s feature revised styling, with the new Panamericana grille that marks AMG’s most potent products making the C63’s transformation more pronounced. Other styling changes include the appearance of a horizontal blade within the lower air intakes, slightly reworked taillamps, new chrome quad tailpipes, and a bolder-looking diffuser treatment below the bumper. Like their siblings, the C63s have a new, standard 10.3-inch COMAND display screen for infotainment and other controls. Optional is a 12.3-inch fully digitized instrument cluster, operated via new touch-sensitive thumb-pad controls on the redesigned flat-bottom steering wheel. Newly optional this year is an “AMG Drive Unit” that includes a round driving-mode dial tucked beneath the right spoke of the steering wheel; it’s not unlike the one on Porsches equipped with the Sport Chrono package, only the controller on the AMG cars has an integral display screen and the system also includes two configurable color display buttons under the left steering wheel spoke. (This setup first debuted on the AMG GT 4-Door.) Other nifty new functions for 2019 include an AMG Track Pace option that logs track data and shows visualizations of race tracks as well as sector and lap times in the instrument cluster; it can also show graphics in the optional head-up display of track corners, braking points, speed recommendations, and best times. The optional AMG Performance seats we have loved so much in recent C63 test cars now incorporate a ventilation function. Standard furnishings are black leatherette/microfiber upholstery combined with piano black and aluminum trim. Optional are nappa leather hides in all black, black/gray, black/red, or black/white combinations; a black/gray treatment with yellow stitching is new for 2019. Sedans offer design packages with diamond-pattern quilting in brown/black or white/black. Veneer options include open-pore oak or walnut wood, carbon fiber and aluminium, matte silver fiberglass, or a combination of aluminium door trim with black open-pore ash wood on the console. Mercedes-AMG’s charismatic, hand-built, 4.0-liter V-8 carries over largely unchanged, producing 469 horsepower and 479 lb-ft of torque in the C63 and 503 horses and 516 lb-ft in the C63 S models. The AMG Speedshift MCT nine-speed automatic, with its galvanized steering-wheel paddle shifters and wet start-off clutch, replaces the previous seven-speed unit. Mercedes promises sharper, quicker gear changes in all drive modes, up to six of which are available for C63 S models (Slippery, Comfort, Sport, Sport+, Race, and Individual.) The transmission also features a fully manual mode that will hold gears and not upshift at redline. We look forward to seeing just how much quicker the C63 may be with this new transmission; Mercedes says the C63 S coupe can hit 60 mph in 3.8 seconds, but we expect to shave a tenth or two off that time as we’ve already recorded a 3.8-second run in a 2017 C63 S coupe. Meanwhile, all C63s come standard with what Mercedes describes as an “elaborately retuned” AMG Ride Control suspension with adaptive dampers, electronically controlled limited-slip rear differential (now standard on all models), and dynamic engine mounts. The allowable rates of wheel spin and yaw are determined according to driving mode, or, when in manual mode, by the driver via the instrument cluster. Mercedes remains mum on any pricing changes it plans for the 2019 C63 lineup, but we should know more when they arrive in U.S. dealerships by early 2019. Subscribe now : https://goo.gl/M7yJtf Follow us Facebook : https://www.fb.me/4drivetime twitter : https://twitter.com/4Drivetime
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McLaren 570S Successor Due In 2019, Will Feature Hybrid And Autonomous Tech.
A replacement to the McLaren 570S is set to arrive next year and it will include both hybrid and autonomous technology.
As part of the company’s ongoing Track22 strategy, a host of McLaren models will adopt hybridization in the coming years. The first in this new line of hybrids will be an all-new Sports Series models.
Speaking to Autocar, McLaren boss Mike Flewitt confirmed that the revised Monocell II architecture to be used by the next 570S has been designed for a hybrid powertrain from the outset.
“Hybrid design is part of the next platform – it is designed-in from day one rather than having to adapt an existing chassis”, he said.
As for the vehicle’s self-driving ability, Flewitt didn’t say much other than confirming that the brand will be careful with what kind of autonomous technology it will implement in its vehicles: “We will be selective. Autonomy in its own right isn’t that appealing to our customers, but we need to have capabilities designed in for safety, legislation and emissions.”
The McLaren 570S only arrived in 2015, but McLaren, unlike its rivals, has a 4 to 5 year lifecycle for its models. Before a successor to the 570S lands, it is possible that a hardcore LT variant could be launched as a swansong to Woking’s entry-level model.