For those who prefer their luxury with an added kick to the teeth, there's the Mercedes-AMG GLC63.
The standard GLC63 rocks a 4.0-liter, twin-turbocharged V8 engine, good for 469 hp and 479 lb-ft of torque, and it's available in both SUV and Coupe variants.
The Coupe gets an extra tier of oomph, however, by way of the GLC63 S, which bumps output to a meaty 503 hp and 516 pound-feet.
The trees are a lot blurrier behind the wheel of this one.
The general feel is the same as the GLC300, because it's still the same SUV underneath, but the sense of urgency is so much higher.
Its nine-speed transmission uses multiple clutches instead of a torque converter, and while it's a little clunkier at low speeds, the shifts are quick and painless at speed.
Adjustability is the name of the game on the GLC63.
While the usual buttons to adjust suspension, transmission and engine characteristics hang out near the touchpad on the center console, there's also a pair of clever little dials on the steering wheel that offer easier access to this configurability while driving.
The Mercedes-AMG GLC63 starts at $74,745 for the SUV and $77,495 for the Coupe.
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