Thursday, February 10, 2011

New Mercedes CLS 63 AMG

The Mad scientists at AMG have done it again! Without a doubt, the new 2012 Mercedes CLS63 AMG is more than just an upgraded version of the brand's "Sport Light Coupe S".  The engineers have managed to package this high performance machine as a multipurpose vehicle.  You can take it down the back straights and try to get to its 186-mph delimited optional  Driver's package with AMG driving school or around the esses. After a day at the track,  you can drive it to the supermarket and stock up on diapers for the passenger that occupies the baby seat in back. Either way, there's only one goal one's trying to achieve here while driving the new CLS;pure driving Pleasure!

With 518 HP at your disposal and 516 lb/ft of torque at your disposal, you would have no trouble leaving the eager Suped up import or American muscle at the light. Just nail the right pedal to the floor and let the tires light up the asphalt beneath you, careful though those 285/30 ZR19 (98Y) ContiSportContacts provided by the good folks at Continental aren't cheap! With all the commotion taking place in the outside world, you can sit comfortably back in your plush leather bolstered "Captain's Chair" and enjoy all of the amenities that the car has to offer. After all, it is a Mercedes.

From the aggressive front grille that houses the oversized 3-point star to the bi-xenons wrapped in LEDs you begin to see the subtle resemblance from the past model to the new one.  Shift your eyes just upward a bit and follow the sleek line of the sloping roof to the gradient of the rear trunk.  Continue drawing the line around the car's sexy silhouette down to the LEDs above the bumpers that flank AMGs signature quad pipes. The shape is utterly gorgeous, pretty much ART on wheels. There's no doubt that if you pull up to any event in the 2012 Mercedes Benz CLS 63 AMG, you would be the main attraction, and if you have a spare $125,000 or so dollars laying around somewhere, please … do yourself a favor..after all what's wrong with a guilty pleasure here or there?