Mercedes-AMG is entertaining a ménage à trois in Geneva, as the performance-centered Mercedes-Benz arm ideas to unwrap special-edition deviations of the GT C roadster, C63, and C43. Following in the sounds of its tintop relative, the GT C edition 50 roadster celebrates 50 years of AMG. Limited to 500 units with 50 assigned to the United States, the carbon Gray Magno droptop comes with version-specific decoration including a black-and-silver indoor, special Edition 50 tagging, and black chromium pronunciations on the car’s side skirts, opening, front worker, front barrier holes, and rear baffle. None of this comes as much of an astonishment to us, as Mercedes showed at the merchandise of the GT C edition 50 coupe that the GT C roadster would also achieve an Edition 50 deviation. But AMG isn’t completed celebrating its golden anniversary and the sub-brand is also acting the wraps off the C63 S cabriolet Ocean Blue edition at the Geneva auto show.
It’s actually colorant in Cashmere White Magno, the C63 S Ocean Blue edition’s name stems from the Ocean Blue hue used on the version’s convertible top and on finishes on the car’s front and rear fascias, out reflector structures, lip campaigner, and wheel area headdresses. Additionally, the hue makes its route to the indoor, featured within the analog clock and discolor into the handicraft that holds together the Ocean Blue edition’s gray regions. Good fortune getting your guardianships on a C63 Ocean Blue edition, though, the version will be limited to run of 150 units. Finally, Mercedes-AMG will show off a brand-new AMG Performance Studio collection for the C43 coupe and convertible. The collection brings the dark out information featured in the C43 coupe’s dark-hour collection (black opening, lip campaigner, and front and rear fascia ) but turns things up to 11 thanks to the component of black 19-inch wheels and a flat-bottom steering wheel covered in leather and suede. Determining for all three special-edition versions remains under wraps, however, Mercedes-AMG ideas to open its U.S. requesting publications for the threesome this summer.