Edo Competition adds 97bhp to hot Merc
30 July 2009

This is the Edo Competition Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG, which has 547bhp and 501lb ft of torque.

Built by German tuner Edo Competition, the car's 6.3-litre V8 has 97bhp more than the standard version's and an additional 59lb ft of torque.

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That reduces the C63 AMG's 0-62mph time to 4.3sec, down from 4.5s. The top speed limiter has also bene removed, giving the tuned car a quoted top speed of 199mph.

Styling modifications are limited: teh car is fitted with 19-inch wheels with a new alloy design and shod in Michelin Pilot Sport Cup high-performance tires.

Special leather upholstery and unique trims are also available as options.

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