Mercedes-Benz CL65 alternatives
Latest model: Mercedes-Benz CL65 AMG 2011
Automobile enthusiasts with a sense of the spectacular have long held it in high regard - the Mercedes-Benz CL65 AMG. This dream vehicle with the comprehensive V12 motor and exquisite attributes is synonymous with exclusive performance and exclusive style. The same applies to the updated model which not only features a number of new visual highlights, but also boasts an increase in performance from 450 Kw (612 hp) to 463 Kw (630 hp), as well as a reduction in both fuel consumption and emissions.
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Mercedes-Benz CL65 details:
The AMG 6. 0-litre V12 biturbo motor in the Mercedes-Benz CL65 AMG is one of the most comprehensive series production engines ever built. The twelve-cylinder motor produces 463 Kw (630 hp) from a displacement of 5980 cc, and a maximum torque of 1000 Nm which remains constant between 2300 and 4300 rpm. The torque has been electronically limited to 1000 Nm from a possible 1200 Nm, to make allowances for the powertrain. The unrivalled superiority can be experienced over each single kilometre: the AMG V12 motor is characterised by effortless performance delivery in all motor speed ranges and an impressive motor audio, all coupled with supreme refinement. The exceptional performance of the AMG twelve-cylinder motor is evident from the performance data: the Mercedes-Benz CL65 AMG accelerates from zero to 100 km/h in 4. 4 seconds, and achieves a top speed of 250 km/h (electronically limited).
AMG has made a number of add-on detailed improvements to the AMG 6. 0-litre V12 biturbo motor for the new Mercedes-Benz CL65 AMG. The motor reviewers at AMG achieved the increase in output from 450 Kw (612 hp) to 463 Kw (630 hp) due to new exhaust gas turbochargers. The inlet diameter of the compressor housing and also the exhaust gas ducts have been enlarged, and the resulting increase in air throughput, together with the new motor controls, has resulted in an increase of 13 Kw (28 hp). The maximum charge-air pressure is 1. 5 bars.
Despite the increase in output, it has still been possible to reduce fuel consumption and exhaust emissions: the Nedc-combined fuel consumption of the Mercedes-Benz CL65 AMG is now 14. 3 litres per 100 kilometres, which equates to a reduction of 0. 2 litre per 100 km. The CO2 emissions of 334 grams per kilometre are 3. 5 percent lower than those of the previous model (346 g/km).