/Official: Mercedes CLS63 AMG Shooting Brake by Spencer Hart

Official: Mercedes CLS63 AMG Shooting Brake by Spencer Hart

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Special edition cars designed in collaboration with famous fashion brands are usually quite cool. Maserati by Fendi, Fiat by Gucci, and Mercedes-Benz by Giorgio Armani are some of the fine examples we can mention. Now there is a new model that almost brakes the coolometer. Meet the Mercedes CLS63 AMG Shooting Brake by Spencer Hart.

This car is the result of a joint project by Mercedes Benz UK and luxury menswear brand Spencer Hart, taking the whole “bespoke optioning” thing to the next level. It is also a good showcase of the capabilities of AMG’s Performance Studio, which provides customers with virtually limitless personalization options.

The main highlight of this model is the signature exterior color known as ‘Nick Hart Midnight Blue’, garnished chrome accents and dark AMG wheels, and complemented with subtle, dark, understated finishes for interior trim details. The fact that they chose the Shooting Brake version of the CLS makes the car extra cool, as next to this the sedan looks kind of, well, ordinary.

The interior design is in fact inspired y Spencer Hart’s Brook Street store; namely its exclusive walnut panelled personal shopping area, ‘The Vault’. The car features specially-made dark Chocolate Brown Italian leather seats with contrasting Midnight Blue stitching, with the Spencer Hart logo. It is a wonderfully sophisticated place to be in. You get the idea that this car should come with its own classical music collection. It feels wrong to listen to, say, hiphop in there!

This car is all about style and looks, but for those who care, it also has a 530 horsepower twin-turbo V8 engine that takes you from 0 to 60 mph in little over 4 seconds and onto a limited top speed of 155 mph.

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