The C-Class chassis was also heavily upgraded for the C43 transformation.
Included is a revised front axle with model-specific steering joints and carrier joints.
The AMG Ride Control suspension, with a combination of double wishbones at the front and multi-link at the rear, receives adaptive dampers as standard.
The new C43 also includes a new AMG version of the C-Class’ all-wheel steering system as standard. It offers a maximum steering angle of 2.5 degrees to the rear wheels, depending on the drive mode.
Other changes focus on the brakes. They get 370mm steel discs with four-piston calipers up front and 320mm steel discs with single-piston floating calipers in the rear.
The new C43 differentiates itself from the classic C-Class variants with a series of traditional AMG styling touches. These include a Panamericana-style grille with vertical slats, a model-specific bumper, beefier side sills and a reworked rear bumper with a diffuser and chrome tailpipes.
The new model rolls on standard 18-inch wheels, but can be specified with optional 19- or 20-inch wheels.
Inside, there are AMG-specific digital graphics for the instrument and infotainment displays, an AMG Performance flat-bottom leather steering wheel, AMG sports seats trimmed in artificial leather and microfiber, AMG pedals and red seat belts, among other trim changes.
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This notice was published: 2022-04-26 22:01:24