Mercedes Benz CL 65 AMG and S 65 AMG | Part Three

CL 65 AMG Coupe


AMG Styling and exclusive Nappa leather appointments as standard

The CL 65 AMG and the S 65 AMG feature the distinctive, powerful looks of AMG styling, which is standard on both vehicles. The front and rear aprons as well as the side skirts blend harmoniously with the timelessly elegant design of the Mercedes models. The chromed ‘V12 Bi-turbo’ lettering on the front wings indicates the exceptional dynamic qualities of these vehicles, while the two chrome-finished twin tailpipes of the AMG sports exhaust system add a sporty touch at the rear.

Inside, a particularly stylish ambience is created by the extensive use of fine wood trim elements and the ‘Exclusive Nappa’ leather upholstery, which is available in three colours.

Electrically adjustable AMG sports seats with the exclusive AMG upholstery piping layout and perforation pattern, optimised lateral support, multicontour and memory functions as well as seat heating make every journey in the CL 65 AMG a delight, whether it involves twisting country roads or long-distance motorway cruising. The S 65 AMG has dynamic multicontour front seats which are electrically adjustable and feature a memory function and seat heating as well as the characteristic AMG upholstery piping and perforation pattern. The distinctive style of the 12-cylinder flagship models is rounded off by the AMG instrument cluster calibrated up to 220 mph, the AMG ergonomic steering wheel with gearshift buttons, and the chromed stainless-steel door sills featuring the AMG logo.

The standard equipment of the S 65 AMG also includes the PRE-SAFE anticipatory occupant protection system which can recognise a potential accident situation early enough to take appropriate measures to prepare the occupants and the vehicle. UK details for the CL 65 AMG and S 65 AMG will be announced before the cars’ early 2004 launch.

Published 25 August 2003 Melanie Carter

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