German tuner Mansory has released their program for the Mercedes-Benz CLS 63 AMG at the Geneva Motor Show 2012 today. The package offers the usual interior and exterior refinements combined with an increased performance.

The complete modification by the Mansory consists of light autoclave-prepreg carbon fiber and, along with the front and rear wings, includes new side sill sets and cladding. This broadens the Coupe by 50 millimeters at the front axle and 80 millimeters at the rear axle.

The newly designed bonnet provides a new front-on view. The front apron with its daytime driving lights provides an additional accent to the overall look. At the rear, the company came up with something special to polish off the CLS modification. Under the new rear apron, Mansory installs a diffuser and rear spoiler.

Maintaining contact with the road are 20 inch rims with 265/30ZR20 tyres at the front and 305/25ZR20 tyres at the rear. The V8 unit of the Mercedes-Benz CLS offers stock 557hp and 700Nm from its 5.5 liter engine. The technicians at Mansory have managed to squeeze out 640hp and a maximum torque of 900Nm at 2,000 to 4,500rpm. The modifications required for this include a newly programmed control unit, as well as a sports air filter.

Geneva Motor Show 2012

Aluminium pedals and footrests supplement the newly designed full-leather upholstery, along with new entry sills and floor mats. If requested, you can opt for a set of tailored carbon fiber components for the dashboard and center console.

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