2023 Mercedes-Benz Lineup Overview: AMG C-Classes, New EQ EVs, and More

Here is the updated Mercedes model range for 2023, which includes the AMG C43 and C63 variants of the new C-class, a revised GLC, and more EQ electric vehicles.

The C-class car, which had a makeover last year, will receive the AMG treatment in 2023. The new C43 four-door replaces the 385 horsepower twin-turbo V-6 of its predecessor with a 402 horsepower turbo 2.0-liter four. A 13-hp starter-generator and an electric motor within the turbo are both powered by its 48-volt hybrid system, which also reduces latency. The future C63, a 2024 model, swaps its V-8 with a plug-in hybrid variant of this powerplant with 671 horsepower. The Benz-badged C300 and AMG-tweaked C43 and C63 continue to be the coupe and convertible from the previous generation.

For 2023, the GLC-class has undergone a recent facelift. Currently, it is only available as the four-cylinder GLC300 with 255 horsepower, but the selection will soon include include a plug-in hybrid and a more potent AMG model.

The makeover has not yet reached the fastback GLC Coupe, but a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster is now standard across the board.

The new EQB is currently Benz’s entry-level EV, in terms of the electric vehicle market. It has a 66.5 kWh battery and 225 or 288 horsepower depending on the model (300 4Matic or 350 4Matic). The EQB250+ has the largest range but is the least powerful (188 horses). The EQE sedan, EQE SUV, and EQS SUV complete the increasing line-up of electric vehicles.

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Mercedes hasn’t given us a lot of information on the EQE SUV, but we do know more about the forthcoming EQS SUV. The SUV features a 107.8-kWh battery and is available with a rear-drive 355-hp EQS 450+ or all-wheel drive EQS 450 4Matic, as well as a 536-hp EQS 580 4Matic. Seats in the third row are optional. There will undoubtedly be more luxurious Maybach and sportier AMG vehicles.
After 2023, the Metris van is discontinued, while the larger Sprinter receives a variety of technical updates, including a new turbo-diesel four-cylinder with 168 and 208 horsepower. They take the place of the less potent four- and six-cylinder diesels from previous year. The gas-fed, 188-hp turbo four continues to be used. The outdated seven-speed automatic transmission gets replaced by a nine-speed model. Rear-drive is still standard, but the rear-biased system from the previous year has been replaced by an all-wheel-drive system that can distribute torque equally between the axles.

The 603-hp E63 S sedan and wagon from the E-class will no longer be produced after this year; the matte-gray, noir-inspired E63 S Final Edition serves as a memorial.

The G63 4×42 is powered by a 585-hp twin-turbo V-8 in G-class news. This variant, like the G550 4×42 before it, has flared fenders, a light bar, and a pair of portal axles that increase the ground clearance by more than four inches.


The CLA-class, GLA-class, and GLB-class are the only remaining Mercedes models that have undergone minor changes. The color schemes, trim, and feature content of the CLS-class, GLE-class, GLS-class, S-class, SL-class, and GT 4-Door all receive minor updates. We anticipate the GT to make a comeback as a hardtop partner to the SL droptop even if the 800-plus-hp GT 4-Door hybrid and two-door GT are no longer in production. Finally, late in 2022, the 1000+ horsepower, F1-inspired AMG One supercar will be delivered to clients abroad.

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