DMC AMG C63S Black Series
We already know that famous Lamborghini tuner DMC has started to explore the AMG world when they showed us their Stage 1 and 2 G63 in the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. This year they continued by creating a sick AMG C63 in the Swiss Auto Salon and we loved it.
Even though DMC offers a a complete package from front to rear, it was the massive rear wing that started to make noise in the Mercedes community. Famous Instagrammer David (@AMGuice) contacted DMC and decided to add the Black Series style wing to his C63S project.
On a titanium black car, just like the one unveiled during DMC’s 2017 Geneva Auto Show, David set out to add the DMC aerodynamic spoiler, to complement a project that already had a couple of stunning components.
KW Suspension supplied a lowering kit that made the car look like a lion waiting for its prey, and Aristo Collection made a set of beautiful Forged Wheels.
One may say that a C63s isn’t a Lamborghini, and so DMC’s wing is polarising to say the least. But by staying in motion with the original Benz lines, and following a design approach that shows clear DNA from AMG’s Black Series, we feel that the spoiler is a match.
Made from beautiful Carbon Fiber, and standing on a set of legs that are CNC’ed from Forged Aluminium, the DMC C63s becomes a monster on the street. Blacked out chrome parts do the rest, and the previously family car is no more.
Milling the wing’s legs for each order, creates a new creativity to the buyer: The individual machining process allows that the stands can be tailor designed in height, or even customised with little logos or names. If you can think of it, DMC’s German engineers can do it. Double height for GT style, or Low to be more elegant? Let’s do it!
Add the dark tinted ‘privacy’ style windows and the 2017 DMC C63s is the perfect car to draw attention, but still keep that mystery vibe by hiding in the luxurious interior. DMC offers the option to boost the car to 600 hp, thanks to a revised ECU setup, and also offers a new stainless steel exhaust. Simply said, let the biest free and beware!
And when you come home, you can’t wait to get back on the road. Because if you have got such a monster waiting outside, who can simply forget the adrenaline pushes that it creates when it takes the road, and the world becomes yours?