Mansory Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG in Geneva
Mansory tweaked the AMG twin-turbo 5.5-liter V8, remapping the ECU & adding a sports air filter upping HP to 632 HP and 664 lb-ft torque
by Jim Davis | 13 March 2012
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German tuner Mansory is not known for their subtle touches, but instead for their wild adaptations of some of the world’s finest vehicles. Their latest unveiling of the Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG at the Geneva Motor Show only provided more evidence to their wild designs.
Covered in unpainted carbon fiber, the CLS63 has been given a wide body kit which expands the front and rear wings by 50mm and 80 mm and includes new side sill and cladding. There is also a new hood, front and rear aprons and rear diffuser, all rendered in carbon fiber. To add a little pop to all that carbon, Mansory has fitted 20-inch ultralight forged rims wrapped with 265/30ZR20 tires in front and 305/25ZR20s in the rear.
Powering the Mercedes CLS AMG, Mansory tweaked the AMG twin-turbo 5.5-liter V8, remapping the ECU and adding a sports air filter. The result is a bump in output to 632 horsepower and in torque to 664 pound-feet.
In order to keep the driver happy, Mansory also reworked the interior of the CLS in leather and, a Mansory standard, carbon fiber, adding aluminum pedals and custom embroidered floor mats as an extra touch.