The Mercedes-Benz CLK 63 AMG Black Series is among the most renowned vehicles manufactured by AMG. Its 6.2-liter naturally-aspirated V8 engine offers a power output of 507HP and toque of 464 lb-ft. It can speed up from 0 to 62 mph within 6.2 seconds and has an electronically limited top speed of 187 mph. It is based on an E-Coupe, a previous generation CLK. It features wider tracks, numerous axles, differential and trick suspension. It has shown its optimal performance on the drag strip and was pushed to its limits on a number of country roads. This monster on the road has been given numerous praises for its performance on… Continue Reading »
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A Mercedes-Benz CLK63 AMG Black Series was given a number of engine modifications that increased the power of the 6.2-liter V8 engine from its standard output of 500HP to 605HP, according to a recent gtspirit.com report. The AMG models of Mercedes-Benz are aimed to be appealing to buyers who want more than the average model of automobiles offered by the luxury car manufacturer. Customers who want more than what standard AMG models are offering may find the Black Series appealing to their tastes. However, it appears the owner of a Mercedes-Benz CLK63 AMG Black Series wanted more than what was offered by the luxury car manufacturer. The engine of the… Continue Reading »
Not many years ago, mentioning the Nurburgring would, ordinarily, produce associations of Porsches, M3s, even Nissan Skylines, redlining their engines at the Green Hell. Now, having a good lap time at the Ring is practically a prerequisite for a car with sporting pretensions, and fastest laps times are a hotly contested issue – remember Porsche and Nissan duking it out regarding the R-35’s times? But Mercedes is not a company to play that game. Instead, it lets its cars do the talking, as exemplified by the various Black Series models that have stormed the imaginations and favorite roads of motorheads everywhere. This attached video shows a Black Series CLK63 doing… Continue Reading »
The 2012 Pirelli World Challenge Championship is coming to a close, but MBBS-Evosport will be debuting its latest project. The tuned Mercedes-Benz AMG CLK63 Black Series will feature in the GT Class competition at the Sonoma Raceway in California—the only Mercedes-Benz to compete in the whole event. Originally, the vehicle was a tuned street car by Evosport Engineering, which specializes in brands like Mercedes-Benz, and later has been developed to race. It started out with the Evosport Racing team, competing at public roads before being converted to a full racing machine with the specifications fit to race the likes of the GT-R and Cadillac CTS-V. Craig Stanton was tapped to… Continue Reading »
In one of the greatest fuel station in the world, a video was shot. Well, first, I think it is one of the greatest because of its location, it is in Nurburgring. The video is actually a “soundtrack” of the Mercedes CLK63 AMG Black Series, as it kind of brags how its 8 cylinder engine produces power. Hit the play button and see (or hear) for yourself.
Uploaded by Jorrie2, this video is a fresh take on the Mercedes-Benz CLK63 AMG Black Series, which is not new anymore, yet still creates buzz. Because of the power and the beauty of the vehicle, it is not difficult to understand why lots of car enthusiasts still admire it. In this video, the CLK63 is seen in a gas station with the SLS AMG and the Porsche 911 GT2. It speeds away leaving rubber tracks behind and sounding like a roaring lion on the road. The other cars followed too.
We’ve received exclusive spy shots of the next-gen Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe from our very own spy photographer and “Insider”. You’ve seen dozens of such sighting in the past, but I don’t believe we’ve seen pictures of the car this close and (shall we say) personal. In this round of spy shots, we not only get to see the exterior in plain sight, but a glimpse into the interior. The Mercedes interior emblems have been removed, as is customary in test vehicles, but we’re still able to see the rest of the dashboard, steering wheels as well as the shift knob. Our Insider has also confirmed that Mercedes-Benz is close to… Continue Reading »