First and foremost, the C63 AMG Estate is beautiful inside and out. It is so really, really, ridiculously good looking that, for the first time, the Gentleman Motorist is including a link to another website’s photo gallery so you can drool over the wonderful wagon you can’t have.
Second, the C63 AMG Estate (in its most potent “S” iteration) has a 4.0-liter V-8 tuned for 503 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of torque. Apparently, that should get you from 0 to 60 in under 4 seconds. That’s enough power to make Jeremy Clarkson talk about his gentleman’s sausage. And, now that it has forsaken natural aspiration in favor of forced induction, it gets even better fuel economy than the out-going model. Twisting the knife and gilding the lily—well played Mercedes-Benz.
One could go on talking about things like exhaust notes, rear-wheel drive, seven-speed paddle gear boxes, and fat, grippy steering wheels and tires. But what’s the point? So much fun in a C63 AMG Estate. And everyone can come. Except for the United States.
What did we do to deserve this, Germany? We thought you and Angela Merkel would be over Shoulder-Rub Gate by now. And we’ve already played the “Ich bin ein Wagen” card. WAIT! Wait. I know what it is. It’s this, isn’t it.
Touché, Germany. Touché.
 “Estate” is Euro for wagon.
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 One wonders if Mercedes-Benz (and Audi for that matter) has been taking Professor Eric Cartman’s introductory marketing class: Funland 101. Which, by the way, is open enrollment … except for you, Stan and Kyle.
Photo(s) from Car and Driver.