When Mansory decided to tune a version of the Mercedes CLS for this year’s Geneva show, they went for the top of the range model; the CLS63 AMG. Not only the Swiss/German tuner designed the car a massive body kit, they’ve also decided to leave the carbon bits exposed. That resulted in a not-so-good two-tone finish.
As for the body kit itself, it widens the car by 50 millimetres at the front axle and 80 millimetres at the rear axle. It also includes new bonnet and front grille, bumper with bigger intakes, new bootlid with a wing on it, rear diffuser, and some weird but cool tailpipes.
The massively flared wheel arches house 20-inch rims with 265/30ZR20 tyres at the front and 305/25ZR20 tyres at the rear.
Mansory has also tuned the engine of this mighty Merc, and boosted it from the standard 560 hp (AMG Performance Pack) to 640 PS / 471 kW and a maximum torque of 900 Nm. Mansory’s styling department might not be very good, but their engineers damn sure are.
The interior is tricked out as well, with full-leather upholstery, along with deluxe entry sills and floor mats with exclusive embroidery, plus aluminum pedals.