Mercedes-Benz has added a new model to the C-Class range in the form of the AMG Sport Edition.
It replaces the previous AMG Sport and AMG Sport Plus models, and is available in saloon, estate and coupe forms.
The AMG Sport Edition continues the body styling of the existing models, with its 15mm lower ride height, AMG alloy wheels and AMG steering wheel, but adds dark-tinted headlights, gloss black grille, and a boot lid spoiler for saloon and coupe models.
Inside, there are AMG Sport Plus seats in Artico and Dinamica with contrasting blue and grey stitching, dark brushed aluminium trim, and grey contrast stitching for the gear lever gaiter and door trims.
A pair of option packages are also available: the £1,595 Premium Package adds the COMAND satellite navigation and infotainment system, DAB digital radio, reversing camera, heated front seats and a lighting package.
The £2,495 Premium Plus Package, meanwhile, goes on to add a panoramic glass sunroof.
The AMG Sport Edition is available on C220 CDI and C250 CDI engines, with prices starting from £30,170 for the saloon, £31,370 for the estate, and £32,455 for the coupe.