At this year's Essen Motor Show, Eibach is presenting the 2019 project car – a Mercedes-AMG C63S – with a whole host of exciting project partners.
The AMG 4.0-litre V8 biturbo engine with 375 kW (510 hp) and 700 nm of torque not only brings the AMG's abundant power onto the road – the further top-of-the-range refinement also makes for truly optimised performance handling. Thanks to exciting project partners, the Benz is thus guaranteed to be a worthy successor to last year's Audi RS5 Coupé. In addition to Hankook, Recaro and BBS, other representatives from the Who’s Who of the German Aftermarket, such as RKG, Pagid Racing and Race Chip, also participated in the development of the top Benz this year.
As a leading manufacturer of high-quality suspension and chassis systems as well as special technical springs for demanding applications, Eibach has an excellent reputation worldwide, which is underpinned every year with a project car. In the case of the Mercedes-AMG C63S, too, Eibach managed to further improve an already very good basic vehicle by lowering the centre of gravity with Pro-Kit Performance suspension springs and further increasing driving dynamics. The optimal interaction with the series-production dampers is one of Eibach's specialties. The
Anti-Roll-Kit sport stabiliser reduces the car's rolling tendency along the longitudinal axis. This trio of components consisting of suspension springs, standard dampers and sport stabiliser does justice to the term "tuning" in the best sense of the word, which is understood as fine tuning, as it brings out those additional reserves that are still available in the standard tuning version of the C63S.
A sister vehicle of the red Eibach will also be shown as a track tool in the guise of Black Falcon at the 24 Hours of the Nürburgring. Further details can be seen at the Essen Motor Show.