Together with its sibling with the highest range appears the Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupé The Mercedes-AMG C43 Coupe was recently seen during a test drive.
The C43 Coupe appeared in a gray finish with a slight zebra camouflage that hid some of its exterior features. The enclosed areas mean that updates will be placed there.
Based on the spy footage of the C43 Coupé by Motor1, the changes are made to the bumpers and grille. The grille will likely get one Panamericana design. The styling with vertical slats first appeared in the Mercedes-AMG GT and is now becoming an integral part of the AMG brand.
The report also mentioned that the C43 Coupe’s LED headlights will be redesigned. The ones found in the E class will most likely run into the AMG C-Class Coupé.
Like the previously reported C63 Coupé, the C43 Coupé will also be equipped with an improved infotainment system. In the center console there is a touchpad that functions as a controller. The steering wheel could also look sportier.
It should be noted that the car doesn’t look as aggressive as the C63 Coupe, as the C43 Coupe bridges the gap between the stock Mercedes-Benz and AMG C-Class Coupe models. The two-door car’s engine may still be running under the in-line six-cylinder mill, unlike the C63 coupe which will most likely stay in the V8 range.
The updated C-Class range is expected to be presented at the end of this year.
Mercedes-AMG C43 Coupé Spy Shots
Take a look at the new spy footage of the Mercedes-AMG C43 Coupé in the gallery below: