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20 Best AMG-Tuned Mercedes-Benz Cars Ever Made

Vukasin Herbez October 7, 2017

17. Mercedes E55 AMG

In the early ’90s, AMG stopped being just another Mercedes tuner and became a part of the company which meant expansion. They had access to the Mercedes engineering facilities and expanded their lineup. But in the late ’90s, they introduced the first widely popular and “massively” produced AMG model as the perfect definition of a German muscle sedan.

It was the Mercedes E55 AMG. With 349 HP and 391 lb-ft of torque, E55 AMG could accelerate from 0 to 60 in just 5.4 seconds. That was late ’90s Porsche Turbo territory. AMG built over 12,000 examples, making them relatively plentiful today.

18. Mercedes W123 AMG

The W123 series of Mercedes sedan is well-known around the world as one of the most durable and elegant executive sedans of the period. Since it was a Mercedes product, AMG had it in their workshop and the result was the Mercedes W123 280 AMG.

The 2.8-liter twin-cam engine was thoroughly upgraded as well as the suspension and aerodynamics. And the stately-looking sedan now delivered 210 HP and exciting performance. Buyers could get the car with or without the graphics package, which was late ’70s looking.

19. Mercedes G63 AMG 6×6

The Mercedes G-Class is one of the longest-running models in the car world. First emerging in 1979 as a primarily military off-road SUV and truck, it is still on the market with the same basic design. So, how did AMG improve it?

They just attached a pickup truck bed and installed one more axle. This made it the fastest, most expensive and rarest 6X6 in the world. Under the hood is the 5.5-liter twin-turbo engine with 540 HP. It delivers power to all six wheels through a specially built automatic transmission unit.

20. Mercedes SL63 AMG Black Series

If you think that SL-Series cars are comfy cruisers for retired bankers and lawyers, just look at the SL 63 AMG Black Series. This highly exclusive series of specially prepared and tuned cars have almost nothing in common with the regular SL models.

AMG installed bigger turbos, a different suspension and a stripped cabin. And the fully functional aero package resembled racing cars from Le Mans. Amazingly, the AMG Black Series delivered 670 HP and a whopping 737 lb-ft of torque.

AMG has changed the face of performance cars around the world. If you are in the market for one of these cars, you’d better start shopping. With their limited production numbers, you will need to look long and hard to find one of these beauties.

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