Mercedes-Benz CL65 AMG Tuned by ANDERSON GERMANY
Anderson Germany's new CL65 AMG boasts 670 HP and several carbon updates
by Jim Davis | 09 September 2010
With the CL65 AMG, ANDERSON GERMANY has created a new category of vehicles which, for the first time, has combined the elegance and dynamic of a Coupé with the performance of a sports car. The high performance Coupé with the powerful V12 motor and exquisite fittings from Dusseldorf is a synonym for exclusive performance and elite style.
The increased performance should be mentioned first: The engine performance has been improved using software optimisation, sports air filters, a sports exhaust system (plasma coated) including racing catalysors and larger pulleys and now boasts a startling 670 HP.
The new lacquered bodywork in satin matt de luxe/black gives the car an even more elevated status. We also have a carbon exterior packet in jet black made up of an external mirror, window frames, a front grill, door handles, hatchback panel, ventilator frames on the engine bonnet as well as diverse engine room coverings.
ANDERSON GERMANY also offers exclusive light metal rims. For the wheels, the elite tuner has selected 22 inch rims in black/gloss with carbon edging in jet black. These measure 9×22 inches and 10.5×22 inches and are equipped with high performance tyres by Michelin in size 275/25-22 and 295/25-22. Directly behind them are the large break shoes, also lacquered in jet black.
For even better road contact, ANDERSON GERMANY has installed a rear spoiler lip to allow for more output – electronic lowering supports the whole thing.
The interior has also undergone positive change. The leather finishing has been elaborately decorated with double cord edging combined with a diamond pattern. Numerous extras in the interior like the mirror, central console, steering wheel, entrance ledges, door framing and light framing have a carbon finish. The interior also includes a complete HiFi system and an interior finish in carbon leather/dark brown leather/dark brown Alcantara. Despite all this, customer-specific tailoring is still possible upon request.