If you were upset that Mercedes-AMG forgot to introduce an Edition 50 version of the GT C Roadster, rejoice! Here it is, ready to mark the 50th anniversary of the high performance division of Mercedes-Benz.

The company says it’ll only be making 500 units of the model, available in two special exterior paint finishes – designo graphite grey magno or designo cashmere white magno – just like the fixed top GT C.

Similarly, there’s plenty of black chrome accents to be found on the side skirt trim, front splitter, trim strips in the intakes of the Panamericana grille, fins on the side air outlets in the front wings, rear diffuser and exhaust tailpipe trims. The AMG forged wheels also get black chrome elements to match the exterior.

Inside, the black/silver colour scheme features nappa leather in silver pearl/black with grey diamond-patterned stitching, along with a black AMG Performance steering wheel. The latter gets a 12 o’clock marker and “Edition 50” lettering, wrapped with Dinamica microfibre and grey stitching.

There’s also the AMG Interior Night package, where the steering wheel spokes, shift paddles and door sill panels are all finished in black. Additional details come in the form of silver seat belts, black chrome trim and “GT Edition 50” embossed on the head restraints.

No change in terms of performance, with the 4.0 litre twin-turbo V8 continuning to provide 557 hp and 680 Nm of torque, sent to the rear wheels via an AMG Speedshift DCT seven?speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.

The GT C Roadster Edition 50 isn’t the only thing the brand introduced either. There’s also the C 63 Cabriolet Ocean Blue Edition, available for S and non-S versions.

No change in terms of power, so the C 63 S provides 510 hp/700 Nm while the C 63 has 476 hp and 650 Nm on tap. Both rear-wheel drive cabriolets get an AMG Speedshift MCT seven-speed sports automatic transmission.

Only 150 units of the Ocean Blue Edition will be offered, and is identified by the exclusive deep ocean blue colour for the fabric soft top. The shade can also be found on the car’s front and rear bumper trims and hub cap surrounds. AMG forged wheels in 19-inch (front) and 20-inch (rear), finished in titanium grey, finish the look.

The crystal grey themed cabin gets nappa leather seats with diamond quilting and blue stitching with matte silver glass fibre trim. Other details include an Edition badge in the centre console, IWC design analogue clock on the dash and a steering wheel from the S 63 4Matic Cabriolet. The AIRSCARF neck-level heating and climatised seats are standard fitments here.

But wait, there’s more. The C 43 4Matic models – Coupe and Cabriolet – can now be had as a Night Edition. These aren’t limited to a certain number of units, and come with plenty of black details representative of their names.

For starters, the diamond radiator grille feature black pins, while the trim strips on the front splitter, rear apron, spoiler lip, exhaust tailpipe trims and the side skirts are also painted in black. Matte black 19-inch wheels with high-sheen rim flanges are also part of the cars’ styling.

The theme continues on the inside, where the rim of the flat-bottomed AMG Performance steering wheel, in nappa leather/Dinamica microfibre, is also in black. Another item is a badge on the car’s centre console, another identifier of the Night Edition.

Under the bonnet, both are fitted with a 3.0 litre biturbo V6 with 367 hp and 520 Nm. The all-paw models comes with AMG Performance 4Matic permanent all-wheel drive and a 9G-Tronic automatic transmission to ensure all that power is properly deployed.

All Edition models mentioned here will be go on sale from March 6, 2017, with deliveries of the C 63/ C 63 S Cabriolet Blue Edition and C 43 Black Edition models set to take place from June this year. The GT C Roadster Edition 50 meanwhile, will make their way to customers the month after.