Mercedes-Benz CL63 and CL65 AMG

AMG's interpretation of the new coupé will be equippped with the awesome 6.3-litre V8 returning 514 bhp

When the new Mercedes CL will make its debut at this year’s Paris Motor Show, AMG will show its interpretation of the new coupé, the CL 63 AMG, equipped with all kinds of luxury features plus the awesome 6.3-litre V8 returning 514 bhp – the same engine used for the CLS 63 which debuted just after the launch of the standard CLS two years ago.

As well as the two-door a four-door coupé will made available as the CLS 65, powered by the same 612-bhp 6-litre bi-turbo V12 used in the S-Class. And like all the top AMGs, it’ll be getting the performance optic with the new bumper and the additional air-intakes in front of the wheel arches. We reckon that the CL will be available in 65 AMG-guise, too – maybe in summer 2007.

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