Mais detalhes aparecem sobre mais um carrinho modesto com a marca AMG, o Mercedes-Benz CL63 AMG V8, que é baseado na Classe CL, que foi redesenhada recentemente, que dá nome aos modelos cupê dos sedãs de alto luxo da Classe S. Ele tem um motor 6.3 V8 de 525 cavalos, que o leva de 0-100 em apenas 4,6 segundos, com velocidade máxima limitada a 250 km/h.
Em adição ao update maravilhoso de motor, o CL63 AMG recebe um pacote de itens de aparência que o deixa bem nervosinho, o chamado AMG Sport Package, além de upgrades na suspensão e nos freios.
Ainda não se falou nada sobre preços, mas não será barato não…
[Fonte: Mercedes-Benz]Press Release
Mercedes-AMG is unveiling the range-topping version of the new luxury coupé, the CL 63 AMG. Under the bonnet is an AMG 6.3-litre V8 engine that was devel-oped independently and delivers a maximum output of 386 kW/525 hp and 630 Ne-wton metres of peak torque for guaranteed scintillating performance. A glance at the high-tech specification of this exceptional two-door coupé emphatically under-lines its exclusive status: in addition to the unmistakable AMG bodystyling and the AMG sports suspension based on Active Body Control, the AMG high-perfor-mance braking system is also fitted as standard. PRE-SAFE®, the anticipatory occupant protection system, is included too and may be supplemented by the addition of both the innovative new PRE-SAFE® Brake and DISTRONIC PLUS as an option.
The CL 63 AMG represents the highlight of Mercedes-AMG’s 2006 model initia-tive so far, which has encompassed ten brand new high-performance AMG models to date. At the heart of the eight-cylinder flagship model is the AMG 6.3-litre V8 engine.
From its displacement of 6208 cc, the high-revving, naturally aspirated drive unit musters up 386 kW/525 hp at 6800 rpm and generates its peak torque of 630 Ne-wton metres at 5200 rpm. This gives the AMG powerpack a higher power-to-swept-volume and torque ratio than any other naturally aspirated series-produced eight-cylinder engine in the world. The CL 63 AMG is propelled from 0-100 in just 4.6 seconds, with top speed electronically limited to 250 km/h