2013 Mercedes C63 AMG Estate by Loewenstein Manufaktur review and pictures

Posted on Thursday, 26 December 2013 , 13:12:16 byAlina

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Mercedes C63 AMG Estate by Loewenstein Manufaktur

Mercedes is among the most famous car producers in the world. The company is headquartered in Germany, this country being the stage of a continuous battle between brands like Audi, Porsche, Volkswagen, etc. In this battle of the greatest, tuning companies make room, too. Loewenstein Manufaktur is a tuning firm also placed on German land that works especially on cars made in Germany. Their latest project regards the Mercedes C63 AMG Estate.

Loewenstein Manufaktur is rather an unknown tuner and this is not at all unusual, as Germany has many huge names in matter of tuning that are hard to beat. However, they did their job nice and quiet. They placed a LM63-700 Compressor kit on the Mercedes C63 AMG Estate. This enabled an impressive output of 702 HP (516 kW) and 883 Nm (651 lb-ft) from the V8 6.3-liter engine which has also received a bespoke compressor kit and a carbon fiber suction air induction system.

The tuner equipped the Mercedes C63 AMG Estate with a special exhaust system with catalytic convertor pipes, an in-house performance module and an automatic limited-slip differential developed together with Quaife. The vehicle has been fitted with a carbon fiber kit including a front spoiler, mirrors and rear diffuser, a new set of 20 inch alloy wheels. Inside the cabin there is a two tone theme with an Alcantara wrapped steering wheel, aluminum pedals and velour floor mats. On the whole, the tuning package seems to be quite good, although the tuning firm has still a lot to go until it becomes super famous.