The latest model in the Black Series from AMG will be available to experience on the circuits at Mercedes-Benz World as they add the C63 AMG to their driving experiences. Visitors to the automotive visitor attraction will be able to get on track in the most powerful C-Class to date, developed and engineered to deliver the ultimate adrenaline rush. This exclusive experience is launched with a powerful 12 week summer offer.
Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Black Series
Only 600 of these C63 AMG cars will be produced worldwide and only 66 destined for the UK, so Mercedes are offering a rare chance to experience the power and excitement that AMG have transferred from the race track into a road car. The full force of the AMG 6.3 litre V8 propels the track predator to 62 mph in just 4.2 seconds. With dramatic track-honed aerodynamics it looks every bit as menacing as it performs with the power to cast a Black Series shadow that will eclipse rival driving experiences at other venues.
The driving experience indulges raw driving dynamics with roar performance pleasure. The hour long experience consists of two parts. During the first 30 minute session drivers will develop their circuit craft behind the wheel of a Mercedes AMG – remembering every straight and corner. With the circuit ingrained on the mind and a professional Mercedes-Benz Driving Specialist in the passenger seat to help develop driving skills, the next 30 minutes is spent in the C63 AMG Coupé Black Series, taming the tumultuous aggressor from its racing style bucket seat.
The Brooklands special offer of £250 is to launch the C63 AMG Coupé Black Series Driving Experience, providing a £100 saving. The offer runs until the end of summer with experiences to be purchased and taken by 30th September 2012. The experience can also be purchased as a gift.
Any driving experience at Mercedes-Benz World also give you a chance to visit the interactive exhibitions and displays featuring everything from iconic classics to Formula 1™ race cars as never been seen before, the experience certainly doesn’t end when the driving does.
We’ve been around the track and the Mercedes Museum and it is certainly worth a trip!