Mercedes-Benz CL63 alternatives
Latest model: Mercedes-Benz CL63 AMG 2011
Increased performance and torque, reduced fuel consumption and exhaust emissions - these qualities are perfectly united in the new Mercedes-Benz CL63 Amg's 5. 5-liter biturbo motor. Mercedes-amg is confronting the challenges of the future, and demonstrating that dynamic performance can be perfectly combined with fuel efficiency. The result: a maximum output (with the auxillary AMG Performance Package) of up to 563 hp and 664 lb-ft of torque.
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The new AMG 5. 5-liter biturbo motor features performance, innovation and efficiency to a previously unknown extent. This is made possible by a original mix of high-tech innovative systems such as direct gasoline injection, twin turbochargers, air/water intercooling and the Controlled Efficiency stop/start function.
Mercedes-amg is systematically following the trend towards increasing efficiency: with a displacement of 5461 cc it is precisely 747 cc below the 6208 cc of the naturally aspirated AMG 6. 3-litre V8 motor. Nevertheless, it develops more output and torque. The 2011 Mercedes-Benz CL63 AMG develops a peak output of 536 hp and maximum torque of 590 lb-ft. In conjunction with the AMG Performance Suite these figures increase to 563 hp and 664 lb-ft. The torque curve in particular shows that no other motor in this performance class is able to match the figures provided by the new AMG biturbo motor.
Despite an increase in horsepower and torque as compared to the naturally aspirated V8, AMG developers have been able to reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions considerably. With an estimated fuel savings of 27 percent, motor specialists consider this to be nothing less than a quantum leap. CO2 emissions have likewise been significantly reduced by about 30.