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Mercedes-Benz CL63 / CL65 AMG Features and Specs

AMG Heated & Active Ventilated Front Seats

Drive-Dynamic Multicontour Front Seats -inc: 4-level massage

14-Way Power Driver Seat -inc: Power Recline, Height Adjustment, Cushion Extension, Seatback Side Bolster Support, Fore/Aft Movement, Cushion Tilt, Articulating Upper Backrest and Power Rear Seat EASY ENTRY

14-Way Power Passenger Seat -inc: Power Recline, Height Adjustment, Seatback Side Bolster Support, Fore/Aft Movement, Cushion Extension, Cushion Tilt, Articulating Upper Backrest and Power Rear Seat EASY ENTRY

Bucket Front Facing Heated Power Reclining Ventilated, Rear Seat w/Power Fore/Aft and Power Cushion Tilt

Power Tilt/Telescoping Steering Column

Gauges -inc: Speedometer, Odometer, Engine Coolant Temp, Tachometer, Trip Odometer and Trip Computer

Power Rear Windows

Selective Service Internet Access

AMG Sport Leather Steering Wheel w/Auto Tilt-Away

Front Cupholder

Rear Cupholder

Front Cigar Lighter(s)



Proximity Key For Doors And Push Button Start

Valet Function

Power Fuel Flap Locking Type

Remote Keyless Entry w/Integrated Key Transmitter, 2 Door Curb/Courtesy, Illuminated Entry and Panic Button

Remote Releases -Inc: Power Cargo Access

Garage Door Transmitter

Cruise Control

Distance Pacing w/Traffic Stop-Go

Voice Activated Dual Zone Front Automatic Air Conditioning

HVAC -inc: Underseat Ducts, Residual Heat Recirculation and Console Ducts

Illuminated Locking Glove Box

Driver Foot Rest

Interior Trim -inc: Genuine Wood Instrument Panel Insert, Genuine Wood Door Panel Insert, Leather/Genuine Wood Console Insert, Chrome/Aluminum Interior Accents and Leather Upholstered Dashboard

Full Simulated Suede Headliner

Leather Door Trim Insert w/Carpet Lower

Urethane Gear Shifter Material

Exclusive Leather Upholstery -inc: V-12 design diamond cross-stitching

Day-Night Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror

Driver And Passenger Visor Vanity Mirrors w/Driver And Passenger Illumination

Full Floor Console w/Covered Storage, Mini Overhead Console w/Storage, Rear Console w/Storage and 2 12V DC Power Outlets

Front And Rear Map Lights

Fade-To-Off Interior Lighting

Full Carpet Floor Covering -inc: Carpet Front And Rear Floor Mats

Carpet Floor Trim and Carpet Trunk Lid/Rear Cargo Door Trim

Trunk/Hatch Auto-Latch

Cargo Area Concealed Storage

Cargo Space Lights

Memory Settings -inc: Driver And Passenger Seats, Door Mirrors, Steering Wheel and Head Restraints

FOB Controls -inc: Cargo Access, Windows and Sunroof/Convertible Roof

Voice Activated Cell Phone

Tracker System

Smart Device Integration

Interior Concealed Storage, Refrigerated/Cooled Box Located In The Glovebox, Driver And Passenger Door Bins and 1st Row Underseat Storage

Power 1st Row Windows w/Front And Rear 1-Touch Down, w/Driver And Passenger 1-Touch Up

Delayed Accessory Power

Power Door Locks w/Autolock Feature

Systems Monitor

Redundant Digital Speedometer

Trip Computer

Outside Temp Gauge

Analog Appearance

Power Anti-Whiplash w/Tilt Front Head Restraints and Power Adjustable Rear Head Restraints

Front Center Armrest w/Storage and Rear Center Armrest w/Storage

Seats w/Leatherette Back Material

Perimeter Alarm

Engine Immobilizer

2 12V DC Power Outlets

Air Filtration


Mercedes-Benz CL63 AMG

Extravagance isn’t something normally associated with Mercedes-Benz. However, the smooth, luxurious, pillarless two-door S-class coupe remains one of Stuttgart’s great indulgences, especially when AMG works its magic.

The seventh AMG model to receive the new high-revving, normally-aspirated V8 engine, the CL63 should be a compelling machine, but ’63 Fatigue’ means it’s hard not to approach the range-topping CL with a certain reticence.

Can you really be blasé about a full four-seat coupe boasting 525bhp and 465lb ft of torque? You can, but not for long. Think about it. This is the most powerful version of AMG’s in-house designed, hand-built V8 yet seen, thanks to management system tweaks and the power-boosting benefits of a longer exhaust system, which enables the V8 to breathe more effectively. A few years ago this would have put the CL deep into supercar territory.

The result of AMG’s work is a two-ton-plus luxury coupe that can hit 62mph in a fraction over 4.5sec and run into its 155mph electronic speed limiter with absurd ease. It’s a vocal engine, and one that needs revs to deliver its best. Customers accustomed to the gruntfest that was the old supercharged 5.5-litre V8 may find the new engine lacks its instant, thumping torque, but it remains an absurdly potent device. Mercedes doesn’t quote an unrestricted top speed, but there’s little doubt it would touch 200mph.

The CL’s styling makes as big a statement as its performance, with an aggressive, leering face dominated by the frowning headlights and toothy grille. With a clean, arcing roofline, accentuated by a confident swage-line sculpted into the curvy flanks, the CL disguises its saloon origins, and therefore its bulk, well. That is until you see the CL amongst normal traffic, at which point its epic scale becomes gloriously apparent.

Beneath the sharply executed skin lies the now- familiar high-tech combination of AMG’s Speedshift 7G-Tronic seven-speed automatic transmission, switchable ABC sports suspension and vast 390mm front brakes, clamped by AMG’s clever, twin sliding calliper set-up, which gives greater pad area with better management of heat.

In keeping with the CL’s unlikely role of hushed cruiser and bruising high-performance coupe, you can switch from ‘Comfort’ to ‘Sport’ and ‘Manual’ modes, which reduce the shift speed by 30 per cent and 50 per cent respectively, not to mention progressively tensing the CL’s suspension.

Like the S-class, the CL is far more entertaining than you’d ever imagine. There’s no denying it’s a huge car, but quick, direct steering and good visibility make it easy to place, while minimal body- roll and generous grip levels enable you to pile into corners with real commitment. Fast curves are its real forté, with confidence-inspiring turn-in and a rock-steady stance. Of course, with state-of-the-art stability and traction control systems, you’ve always got a reassuring and highly effective safety net, but unless you really decide to take a liberty, you rarely sense the electronics intervening.

Tighter corners are a tougher test, and although you can send the CL into the early stages of lurchy understeer or smoky oversteer with an excess of enthusiasm, drive the CL with smoothness and sympathy and it remains surprisingly tidy and impressively agile. You can’t fully disengage the stability system, but pressing the switch does peel away a few layers of intervention. Frustratingly, while it reveals enough of the CL’s ability to know it would be hilariously throttle-steerable, electronics gather things up before the fun can really begin.

Should you want one? Well, as a big, imposing, statement coupe the CL63 has few peers. It would surely make a mighty long-distance partner, and its comprehensive levels of equipment and supreme comfort would take the sting out of the cruellest city commute. With four decent seats, there’s space to carry family or friends (although not perhaps as much rear legroom as you’d expect), while AMG’s influence on the dynamics makes it an entertaining steer when you’re driving solo. If that ticks your boxes, the CL63 is a compelling proposition.


EngineV8, 6208cc, 32v
Max power525bhp @6800rpm
Max torque465Ib ft @5200rpm
0-604.5sec (claimed)
Top speed155mph (claimed)
On saleMarch 2007

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Mercedes-Benz CL-Class (C216)

Motor vehicle

The Mercedes-Benz C216 is the last generation for the grand tourerMercedes-Benz CL-Class. It replaced the C215 platform. In 2014 it was replaced by the C217 S-Class Coupe.

Initial release (2006–)[edit]

Mercedes-Benz CL 550 (pre-facelift)
Mercedes-Benz CL 65 AMG (pre-facelift)
Mercedes-Benz CL 63 AMG (pre-facelift)

Like its predecessors, the C216 has no B-pillar interrupting the sleek curve of the side windows. The C216 body was designed by Gorden Wagener and Peter Pfeiffer.

The chassis is based on the W221S-Class. The two-door coupé weighs 2,045 kg (4,508 lb), heavier than the equivalent S saloon, and rides on a full-size 116.3-inch wheelbase (albeit 8.2 inches less than the long wheelbase S-Class, which is the only S-Class sold in the U.S.). Despite its large size, rear seat legroom is limited in keeping in the tradition of 2+2 luxury coupés, though CL has more rear passenger space than its rivals. The CL's boot is as large as that of the Audi A8 flagship saloon.[1]

The vehicle was unveiled in the 2006 Paris Motor Show, followed by the 28th Bangkok International Motor Show (in right-handed drive configuration).

The vehicle went on sale in Early-July 2006 in Europe(UK arrival spring 2007). Early models included CL 500 with 7G-TRONIC transmission, CL 600 with five-speed automatic transmission.[2][3]

CL 65 AMG, "40th Anniversary" limited-edition (2006–)[edit]

The CL 65 AMG is a version of the CL 600 with increased engine power to 612 PS (450 kW; 604 hp) at 4,800-5,100 rpm and 1,000 N⋅m (738 lbf⋅ft) at 2,000-4,000 rpm, vented and cross-drilled 15.4 inches front and 14.8 inches rear brake discs, frame-type sliding rear brake calipers, 255/35 ZR 20 front and 275/35 ZR 20 rear tires, forged 20-inch AMG twin-spoke wheels (8.5 inches front and 9.5 in the rear), special AMG spring struts with firmer damping, reworked ESP stability control and ASR traction control.

The "40th Anniversary" edition CL 65 AMG is a limited (40 units) version of the CL 65 AMG commemorating the 40th anniversary of AMG, designed by the specialists of the AMG PERFORMANCE STUDIO. It included exclusive AMG Alubeam (Liquid Metal) body paint (from Vision GST and SL 400 CDI), AMG two-bar front grille, large under-bumper air intakes, air outlets on the front fenders and round fog lights, rear apron with a black air diffuser insert and twin V12-design tailpipes, two-tone EXCLUSIVE PASSION Nappa leather seats with new AMG V12 diamond pattern stitching, embossed V12 logos in the front head restraints, color-coordinated Alcantara roof lining, nappa leather upholstery at airbag unit of the AMG ergonomic sports steering wheel, carbon fiber interior trim, "40th Anniversary" lettering on the center console and a "One Out of 40" badge on the handrest of the COMAND controller.[4]

The 2008 model year Mercedes-Benz CL 65 AMG was unveiled in the 2007 New York International Auto Show.[5]

CL 500 model "Trademark Centenary" (2009–)[edit]

It is a version of the 2009 model year CL 500 and CL 500 4MATIC commemorating the 100th birthday of the Mercedes three-pointed star and the Benz emblem, when on 24 June 1909 Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft officially registered the design of the Mercedes star, and on 6 August Benz & Cie. registered the letters "Benz", enclosed by a laurel wreath, as a trademark with the Imperial Patent Office. Changes include historic trademarks dating from 1909 in gilded plate brass, which are inset into the centre console; designo metallic graphite body colour, AMG Sports package, exclusive high-sheen 20-inch 5 twin-spoke AMG light-alloy wheels in titanium grey, 255/35 R 20 front and 275/35 R 20 rear tyres, partly hand-stitched designo aniline leather with contrasting seams in a light sand colour, wood/leather steering wheel, interior trim in shining black piano lacquer, anthracite Alcantara roof lining and black floor mats with AMG lettering and sand-coloured edging.

The vehicle went on sale on 26 June 2009.[6][7]

CL 550 4MATIC "100 Years of Mercedes-Benz Edition" (2009–)[edit]

It is a limited version of the 2010 model year CL 550 4MATIC based on the CL 500 4MATIC model "Trademark Centenary", with 255/35 R 20 tires, Sahara Beige leather interior upholstery, an SD card slot in the center console, a USB interface in the glove compartment, a universal Media Interface for connecting mobile audio devices and all components of the Premium 2 package.

The US model went on sale in summer of 2009.[8]


ModelYears DisplacementType/codePower at rpm Torque at rpm
CL 5002006-2010 5,461 cc (333.3 cu in) V8 (M 273 KE 55)388 PS (285 kW; 383 hp) at 6,000 530 N⋅m (391 lbf⋅ft) at 2,800-4,800
CL 600 5,513 cc (336.4 cu in) V12 twin turbo (M 275 E 55 AL)517 PS (380 kW; 510 hp) at 5,000 830 N⋅m (612 lbf⋅ft) at 1,900-3,500
CL 63 AMG 6,208 cc (378.8 cu in) V8 (M 156 E 63)525 PS (386 kW; 518 hp) at 6,800 630 N⋅m (465 lbf⋅ft) at 5,200
CL 65 AMG 5,980 cc (365 cu in) V12 twin turbo (M 275 E 60 AL)612 PS (450 kW; 604 hp) at 4,800-5,100 1,000 N⋅m (738 lbf⋅ft) at 2,000-4,000

BlueEFFICIENCY models include ECO start/stop function.


CL 5002006-20107-speed automatic (7G-TRONIC)
CL 500 4MATIC2006-20107-speed automatic (7G-TRONIC)
CL 6002006-20105-speed automatic (5G-TRONIC)
CL 63 AMG2006-20107-speed automatic (7G-TRONIC)
CL 65 AMG2006-20105-speed automatic (5G-TRONIC)


Model0–100 km/h (62 mph) (sec)Top speed
CL 5005.4250 km/h (155 mph)
CL 500 4MATIC5.4250 km/h (155 mph)
CL 6004.6250 km/h (155 mph)
CL 63 AMG4.6250 km/h (155 mph)
CL 65 AMG4.4250 km/h (155 mph)


AMG bodystyling (includes front bumper with enlarged air intakes, chrome-ringed circular fog lamps, two slanted struts and a smooth transition to the prominent wheel arches, AMG side skirts, AMG rear apron, rear bumper with its black insert and chrome trim strip flanked by tailpipes on either side), AMG light-alloy wheels (includes 19-inch five-spoke wheels (8.5/9.5-wide) with embossed AMG lettering, high-sheen rim flange and spokes, 255/40 (front) and 275/40 (rear) tyres) went on sale in September 2006, for CL 500 and CL 600.[10]

New features[edit]

The Pre-Safe Brake world premiere on the CL-Class C216[11] with the first partialautonomous braking (40%, or up to 0.4g deceleration) if the driver does not react to the BAS Plus warnings and the system detects a severe danger of an accident. If the driver then immediately applied the brakes, the maximum braking force was available and – depending on the situation – the accident could be averted at the last moment. If an accident was unavoidable, the PRE-SAFE brakes reduced the impact severity and, in turn, the risk of injury to the vehicle occupants.[12][13]

The Distronic Plusadaptive cruise control is able to bring the car to a complete stop, and accelerate again to the pre-set speed, to keep a pre-set distance away from the car ahead of it. Also introduced active infrared Night View Assist enables drivers to view the conditions in front of the car despite the dark surroundings. Intelligent Light System headlights with five light modes, including active light function.

In 2007 it added the first Mercedes-Benz Blind Spot Assist system (includes six short-range radar sensors in the front and rear bumpers). This was available as option for CL-Class.[14]

AMG Sports package for 2009 CL-Class (including a front apron with large air intakes, rear apron with a black insert and integrated rectangular tailpipe trim in polished stainless steel, AMG side sill panels, 19-inch AMG light-alloy wheels in with a five-spoke design and wide-base 255/40 (front) and 275/40 (rear) tyres (optional 20-inch AMG light-alloy wheels in a twin-spoke design with 255/35 and 275/35 tyres), perforated brake discs and silver-painted brake callipers with Mercedes-Benz lettering (V8/V12 engine models), wood trim and wood/leather steering wheel in black ash, velour floor mats with AMG lettering, sports pedals in brushed stainless steel with rubber studs) was available for CL 500 and CL 500 4MATIC beginning in June 2009.[15]

From 2009, Mercedes-Benz has only been offering the CL 550 in 4Matic in US/Canada, as a strategy to increase sales in snowy regions. While all the systems are the same, the suspension has been degraded from ABC to Airmatic, as 4Matic is not compatible with ABC. The CL 600 and CL 65 AMG remained the same rear-wheel drive variants.


As part of Mercedes-Benz CL-Class launch, Mercedes-Benz Accessories GMBH released accessories for the CL-Class vehicles, including leather wallet and business card case in black nappa based on the trim in the CL's cockpit, ash timber pens and umbrella handle based on the wood trim found in the car's cockpit, driving gloves and instrumentation-inspired wristwatch, keyring and money clip with the MB logo, and a diecast model car made by AUTOart. The accessories were available beginning in September 2006.[16]

2010 facelift[edit]

Facelift Mercedes-Benz CL 500 BlueEFFICIENCY (Germany)
Facelift Mercedes-Benz CL 500 BlueEFFICIENCY (Germany)

The vehicle was unveiled in the 2010 Goodwood Festival of Speed,[17] followed by the 2010 Paris Motor Show.[18]

Changes include:


Early models include CL 500 BlueEFFICIENCY, CL 500 4MATIC BlueEFFICIENCY, CL 600.[22]

US models arrived at Mercedes-Benz dealerships in November 2010 as 2011 model year vehicles. Early models include CL 550 4MATIC, CL 63 AMG.[23]

CL 63 AMG (2010-2014)[edit]

Facelift Mercedes-Benz CL 63 AMG
Facelift Mercedes-Benz CL 63 AMG

It is a version of the CL 500 BlueEFFICIENCY with AMG 5.5-litre V8 biturbo engine rated 544 PS (400 kW; 537 hp) at 5,500 rpm and 800 N⋅m (590 lbf⋅ft) at 2,000-4,500 rpm, AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT 7-speed sports transmission, improved fuel efficiency over previous CL 63 AMG, newly designed AMG bodystyling, "V8 Biturbo" lettering on the mudguards, AMG triple-spoke light-alloy wheels in titanium grey and with a high-sheen finish, 255/40 and 275/40 R 19 tyres, AMG sports steering wheel with silver-coloured aluminium shift paddles and specially shaped grip area covered with perforated nappa leather, "AMG V8 Biturbo" start screen in the AMG instrument cluster, optional SPLITVIEW for COMAND multimedia system, Direct-Steer system, Torque Vectoring Brake, crosswind stabilization, AMG high-performance braking system, optional Active Lane Keeping Assist and Active Blind-Spot Assist.

Other AMG Performance Studio options include:

  • AMG Performance package: increase in maximum power by 100 PS (74 kW; 99 hp) and torque by 100 N⋅m (74 lbf⋅ft), genuine carbon fibre AMG engine cover
  • AMG double-spoke forged wheels in titanium grey with a mirror finish with 255/35 R 20 (front) and 275/30 R 20 (rear) tyres
  • AMG double-spoke forged wheels, in black with a mirror finish with 255/35 R 20 (front) and 275/35 R 20 (rear) tyres
  • AMG Exterior Carbon package
  • AMG performance steering wheel in leather/Alcantara
  • AMG carbon-fibre trim elements

Other options include designo products (including exclusive paint finishes, leather upholstery, trim elements and steering wheels), designo Selection.

The vehicle went on sale in September 2010.[24]

US model arrived at Mercedes-Benz dealerships in November 2010 as 2011 model year vehicle.[25]

CL 65 AMG (2010-2014)[edit]

It is a version of the CL 600 with increased engine power to 630 PS (463 kW; 621 hp) at 4,800 rpm and 1,000 N⋅m (738 lbf⋅ft) at 2,300-4,300 rpm, reduction in fuel consumption via regenerative braking for battery management of both the on-board electrical system and generator, reduced emissions via new piston rings, a modified oil pump and use of a superior coating on the catalytic converters; AMG SPEEDSHIFT five-speed automatic transmission with three different drive modes, AMG sports suspension based on Active Body Control (ABC) with Torque Vectoring Brake, crosswind stabilisation, loading adjustment system, Direct-Steer system with speed-sensitive power steering, AMG high-performance braking system based on the ADAPTIVE BRAKE system (390 and 365 millimetres diameter ventilated and perforated composite brake discs, double floating front and sliding frame-type rear brake callipers), profiled bonnet, enlarged and more angled radiator grille, Intelligent Light System (ILS) (bi-xenon headlamps with active light function, Adaptive Highbeam Assist and AMG-specific LED daytime driving lightsPRE-SAFE positioning function at front seats, AMG sports steering wheel with silver-coloured aluminium shift paddles and perforated nappa leather in the grip area, COMAND APS multimedia system including Harman Kardon Logic 7 surround sound system with SPLITVIEW, AMG instrument cluster with "AMG V12 BITURBO" start screen and a 360-km/h speedometer scale, a gear indicator including upshift recommendation at AMG main menu, RACETIMER with lap times tracking, exclusive analogue clock with IWC design and high-gloss poplar wood trim elements.

AMG Performance Studio options include:

  • AMG double-spoke forged wheels in black with a mirror finish and 255/35 R 20 (front) and 275/35 R 20 (rear) tyres
  • AMG Exterior Carbon package
  • AMG performance steering wheel in leather/Alcantara
  • AMG carbon-fibre interior trim elements

Other options include designo products (including exclusive paint finishes, leather upholstery, trim elements and steering wheels), designo Selection.

The vehicle went on sale for 191,450 euros (excl. VAT)/227,825 euros (incl. 19% VAT).[26]

US models arrived at Mercedes-Benz dealerships in November 2010 as 2011 model year vehicle.[25]

CL "Grand Edition" (2012-2014)[edit]

It is a version of the CL 500 BlueEFFICIENCY, CL 500 4MATIC BlueEFFICIENCY and CL 600 commemorating 60 years of the S-Class Coupé. Changes include a choice of 3 designo body colours (platinum black metallic, mocha black metallic and matt magno cashmere white), AMG Sports package 20-inch light-alloy wheels in a choice of five-spoke or filigree 10-spoke designs, a "Grand Edition" badge, a choice interior 3 aniline leather upholstery colours (designo aniline leather armagnac, designo aniline leather deep black, designo aniline leather porcelain), full range of CL trim finishes (including black ash and high-gloss burr walnut), Active Body Control (ABC) with crosswind stabilisation, drowsiness detection systemATTENTION ASSIST, PRE-SAFE automatic emergency braking, optional Active Blind Spot Assist, Active Lane Keeping Assist, and Adaptive Highbeam Assist systems.[27][28]

The vehicle was unveiled in the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.[29]

Japan models went on sale in 2012-09-19, which included only CL 550 4MATIC BlueEFFICIENCY Grand Edition, with designo mocha black (17 units) or designo magno cashmere white (matte) (3 units) body colour, designo porcelain (leather) interior, black ash wood interior trim, AMG styling package (front spoiler, side and rear skirt), exclusive design 20-inch 5-spoke aluminium wheels, 'Grand Edition' side emblem and designo floor mats.[30]


ModelYears DisplacementType/codePower at rpm Torque at rpm
CL 500 BlueEFFICIENCY2010-2014 4,663 cc (4.7 L; 284.6 cu in) V8 (M278 DE 46 AL)435 PS (320 kW; 429 hp) at 5,250 700 N⋅m (516 lbf⋅ft) at 1,800-3,500
CL 600 5,513 cc (5.5 L; 336.4 cu in) V12 (M275 E 55 AL)517 PS (380 kW; 510 hp) at 5,000 830 N⋅m (612 lbf⋅ft) at 1,800-3,500
CL 63 AMG 5,461 cc (5.5 L; 333.3 cu in) V8 (M157 DE 55 AL)544 PS (400 kW; 537 hp) at 5,500; AMG Performance package: 571 PS (420 kW; 563 hp) at 5,500 800 N⋅m (590 lbf⋅ft) at 2,000-4,500; AMG Performance package:900 N⋅m (664 lbf⋅ft) at 2,000-4,500
CL 65 AMG 5,980 cc (6.0 L; 364.9 cu in) V12 (M275 E 60 AL)630 PS (463 kW; 621 hp) at 4,800 1,000 N⋅m (738 lbf⋅ft) at 2,300-4,300 (max.)1,200 N⋅m (885 lbf⋅ft)

BlueEFFICIENCY models include ECO start/stop function.

The CL 500 was sold as CL 550 in the US and Japan.


CL 500 BlueEFFICIENCY2010-2014 7-speed automatic (7G-TRONIC)
CL 500 4MATIC BlueEFFICIENCY2010-2014 7-speed automatic (7G-TRONIC)
CL 600 BlueEFFICIENCY2010-2014 5-speed automatic (5G-TRONIC)
CL 63 AMG2010-2014 7-speed sports (AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT)
CL 65 AMG2010-2014 5-speed automatic (AMG SPEEDSHIFT)

AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT 7-speed sports transmission includes Controlled Efficiency ("C") drive mode, Controlled Efficiency stop/start function, "S" (Sport) mode with higher engine speed level in each gear, manual shift mode "M" with 100ms gearshifts and no automatic downshifts, electronic transmission control unit with its integrated 80 MHz processor. The electronic key for selection of the three driving models is located to the left of the COMAND controller.[32]


Model0–100 km/h (62 mph) (sec)Top speed
CL 500 BlueEFFICIENCY4.9250 km/h (155 mph)
CL 500 4MATIC BlueEFFICIENCY4.9250 km/h (155 mph)
CL 6004.6 (4.0 R&T)250 km/h (155 mph)
CL 63 AMG4.5290 km/h (180 mph)
CL 63 AMG with AMG Performance package4.4300 km/h (186 mph)
CL 65 AMG4.4300 km/h (186 mph)


2011 and 2012 model years of the CL 550 4MATIC and CL 63 AMG were recalled for cracked fuel filter flange leading to fire if an external ignition source is present. The recall campaign was expected to begin in January 2013.[33]

The CL-Class was replaced by the S-Class Coupé.[34] Production ended in December 2013.


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MERCEDES BENZ CL 63 AMG (C216) 2012 - 2013

More power, reduced fuel consumption and still a comfy and luxurious car.

As we already know, AMG models are typically the most expensive and highest-performing variants of each MB model.
The facelifted premium coupe had a starting price of $151,500 in the U.S., and with the Performance Pack option would go up to $158,800.

The CL lacked the B pillar and gave passengers the feeling of airiness, mostly when the windows were open. As comfy as this car might be, it was a bit difficult to access the rear seats – even with the front seats maximally scooched forward. Comparison to its predecessor, the facelift brought a few design changes, as both the front and rear bumper, front grille and headlights were revamped.

The new engine powering the model was a 5.5-liter bi-turbo V8 and was based on a Mercedes-Benz design, unlike the previous version, which had a naturally aspirated 6.2-liter V8 designed in-house by AMG. The new one develops 544 horsepower and up to 571 HP with the optional Performance Pack. It could reach 60 mph (97kph) in 4.4 seconds, aided by a 7-speed automatic transmission.

The car is equipped with a 8” LCD screen, a Comand infotainment system, and most of its settings can be managed through it. A generous array of standard safety items was implemented: seatbelts with pre-tensioners and force limiters, dual stage front airbags, active neck-pro head restraints, attention assist (tracks eye movement and driving patterns indicating fatigue), adaptive high-beams, etc.).


Specs cl63 amg

Base CL 63 AMG 2dr Coupe
2014 Mercedes-Benz CL-Class Specs

Front head room37 "
Rear head room36 "
Front shoulder room59 "
Rear shoulder room55 "
Front hip room62 "
Rear hip room56 "
Front leg room42.2 "
Rear leg room32.2 "
Luggage capacity13.5 cu.ft.
Maximum cargo capacity13.5 cu.ft.
Standard seating4
Length201.0 "
Body width73.7 "
Body height55.8 "
Wheelbase116.3 "
Ground clearance5.1 "
Curb4,806 lbs.
Gross weight5,699 lbs.
Fuel tank capacity23.8 gal.
EPA mileage estimates15 City / 22 Hwy
Base engine size5.5 liters
Base engine typeV-8
Horsepower536 hp
Horsepower rpm5,500
Torque590 lb-ft.
Torque rpm2,000
Drive typerear-wheel
Turning radius19.0 ''
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Mercedes-Benz CL 63 AMG (C216) 525 PS (2007-›2010) Technical Specifications and performance figures

Specs Mercedes CL 63 AMG (C216) 525 PS

Other engine technical information
Torque motor reserve ˜ 16 %
Specific power ˜ 0.5 kW/cm²
Total bore area ˜ 656.2 cm²
Brake mean effective pressure ˜ 12.8 bars
Mean effective pressure ˜ 11.9 bars
Mean piston speed ˜ 21.4 m/s
Engine optimisation rating ˜ 86 %

Longitudinal Front Engine 8 cylindersin V6208 cm³32 valves multiple injection
Power : 525 PS (386 kW / 518 bhp) at 6800 rpm (Max rev 7200 rpm)
Mercedes CL 63 AMG (C216) 525 PS ->
Torque : 630 Nm (64.2 mkg / 465 lb-ft) at 5200 rpm (~ 466 PS)
Ratios : 85 PS/L (62 kW/L) - 101 Nm/L

Torque & power curves

Transmission : Rear Wheel Drive
Gearbox: automatic 7 gear with sequential mode
Tires : 255/40/19 Front - 275/40/19 Rear
Brakes Front : Ventilated discs (390mm)
Brakes Rear : Ventilated discs (365mm)

Dimensions : 199.4x 73.7x 55.8inches
Wheelbase : 116.3 inches - Track : Front 63 inches / Rear 63.3 inches

Weight claimed : 2085 kg / 4597 lb (DIN) 2160 kg (EU)
Weight (EU) : 2185 kg / 4817 lb(heaviest verified in running order)
Weight/Power ratio : 4.2 kg/PS = 9.3 lbs/hp = 177 kW/T
Torque/Weight ratio : 288 Nm/T

Fuel consumption: economy 14.9 L/100 (15.8mpg)- sport 25 L/100 (9.4mpg)
CO² rejection : 355 g/kmG

Indicative base price : ~164 700 € (~ 190 300 € actuels)

Launching year 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 end of production

The Mercedes CL 63 AMG (C216) has a naturally aspirated eight cylinders in V longitudinal front engine providing a maximum torque of 630 Nm available from 5200 rpm and a maximum power outpup of 525 PS available at 6800 rpm transmitted to the 19 inch rear wheels by an automatic 7 speed gearbox.

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Performance Mercedes CL 63 AMG (C216) 525 PS

15 results returned from 2 Sources : Auto Bild, Sport Auto

Averages of referenced test measurements

Max Real Speed
250 km/h limited

2Ƽ0 kph
~314 kph without limiter

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2 values



1 value

0 to 100 kph4.6 s. claimed


2 values

0 to 130 kph


1 value

0 to 160 kph


2 values

0 to 200 kph


2 values


40 to 140 min

6‚9 s.

80 to 120 min

З‚0 s.

80 to 120 in KD


1 value

80 to 180 min

9‚7 s.

100 to 140 in KD


1 value


100 to 0

12,З7‚4 m.

1 value

200 to 0

12,149‚1 m.

1 value

Kph as default unit

warningReal speed measurements implying differences with what can be seen on car's speedometer.

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