It is anticipated that the next Mercedes-AMG C63 will be driven by a hybrid drivetrain with a four-cylinder motor, thus Manhart has designed a sophisticated tuning package for it. Manhart CR 700 Wagon is based on the estate model, merging comfort and performance.
The basic Mercedes-AMG C63's 503 hp (375 kW / 510 PS) Biturbo 4.0-liter V8 has been boosted to a generous 702 hp (524 kW / 712 PS). Torque has also been raised from 700 Nm (516 lb-ft) to 920 Nm (679 lb-ft). As a result, the CR 700 Wagon can accelerate from 100-200 km/h in a spectacular 5.5 secs.
ECU remapping, as well as changes to the turbochargers, carbon intake, intercooler, and fuel pump, enabled the power increase. Manhart also adjusted the nine-speed AMG Speedshift transmission and offered alternative racing downpipes or sports downpipes with 200-cell catalytic converters.
Based mainly on the previous generation C-Class, the R 700 Wagon has a pleasing appearance. The dark paint and unique black grille are contrasted with Manhart's trademark gold motifs. The 255/30ZR20 front and 275/30ZR20 rear performance tires are mounted on the 20-inch Concave One alloy wheels. H&R coil springs may be adjusted to bring the automobile closer to the ground.
As it arrived from the manufacturer, Mercedes-AMG C63's inside is completely stock, with lots of carbon-fiber detailing. Manhart, on the other hand, is happy to provide modification choices to everyone interested, such as the sky roof starlight headliner, which may be requested. Uncertainty surrounds the car's total cost.