Mercedes CL63 AMG Receives Vath Treatment

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The revamped Mercedes CL63 AMG (codenamed C216) has now received an aftermarket package that comes from Vath and mainly targets the coupe's tech side.

The German tuning specialist starts is work under the hood, with the V63S kit that includes a stainless steel sport exhaust system, as well as an ECU remap. The 5.5-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine offers an increase of 86 hp and 96 lb-ft (130 Nm), which means that the driver can play with no less than 630 hp and 685 lb-ft (930 Nm).

Thus, the luxurious coupe can complete the 0 to 62 mpg sprint in a brief 4.3 seconds, with the top speed sitting at 186 mph (300 km/h).

Vath has also played with the other sides of the CL63 AMG's technical moon, installing a sport suspension module, a beefier braking system, as well as a set of lightweight alloy rims that come in a 20-inch size and offer a dynamic design.

The vehicle can by distinguished by its carbon fiber exterior package, which includes exterior mirrors, a spoiler and a rear diffuser.

As for the interior, this has received an in-house developed steering wheel, a new leather finish, as well as wood or carbon trimming.

Here's how Vath describes its project: "Since the vehicle was originally equipped with a large number of technical features, the "renovation" may be primarily focused on power. Company VÄTH Automobiltechnik is based in the Bavarian city of Hesbahe (Hösbach) near the city of Aschaffenburg. This company was once again able, after quite purposeful actions, to put the sports car of the highest category on the wheels."
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