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When it comes to what’s under the hood, the 2012 Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG launches with a name that is now more misleading than ever. AMG’s “63” moniker, after all, never was entirely correct: At 6208 cc, the last-gen CLS63’s naturally aspirated M156 engine missed the 6.3-liter mark by less than a 10th of a liter. And now, most AMG “63” cars are having their 6.2 replaced by a twin-turbocharged 5.5-liter V-8 dubbed M157.

 The smaller, turbocharged engine manages far better fuel economy than its predecessor (Mercedes expects EPA ratings for the 2012 CLS63 to be 16 mpg in the city and 21 on the highway, up from 12/18 for its predecessor) with, conveniently, more power. This CLS63 chalks up an 11-hp increase over the old car, from 507 to 518. Torque, meanwhile, gets a kick upward of 51 lb-ft, from 465 to 516. If that’s not enough, the optional Performance package cranks boost from 14.5 psi to 18.8, ratcheting power up to 550 horses and torque to 590 lb-ft.


VEHICLE TYPE: front-engine, rear-wheel-drive, 4-passenger, 4-door sedan


ENGINE TYPE: twin-turbocharged and intercooled DOHC V-8, aluminum block and heads, direct fuel injection

Displacement: 333 cu in, 5461 cc
Power (SAE net): 518 bhp @ 5500 rpm (base)/550 bhp @ 5500 rpm (Performance package)
Torque (SAE net): 516 lb-ft @ 1750 rpm (base)/590 lb-ft @ 2000 rpm (Performance package)

TRANSMISSION: 7-speed automatic

Wheelbase: 113.2 in Length: 196.7 in
Width: 74.1 in Height: 55.4 in
Curb weight (C/D est): 4300 lb

Zero to 60 mph: 3.9–4.0 sec
Standing ¼-mile: 12.2–12.4 sec
Top speed (governor limited): 155–186 mph

EPA city/highway driving: 16/21 mpg


 CLS: Charges like a Supercar

 Aided by a seven-speed automatic—the same transmission found in other V-8 AMG cars, it has a multiplate wet clutch replacing the torque converter—the CLS63 charges forward like a supercar and pulls relentlessly way beyond the 100-mph barrier. Top speed is governed at 155 mph, or 186 with the Performance pack, which also drops Mercedes’ estimated 0-to-60-mph time from 4.4 seconds to 4.3. As we clocked a previous-generation CLS63 to 60 in 4.1 seconds, we’ll call those estimates conservative. Turbocharging does squelch some of the bawdy V-8 roar that contributes so much to our enjoyment of the M156, but we’d say the extra power and torque are an adequate salve for that disappointment.

 The AMG brand is often associated with straight-line performance more than balanced cornering. For some vehicles in its vast portfolio, which includes literal heavyweights such as the S-class and G-wagen, that is accurate; but the CLS defies that stereotype. The steering—controlled by a fat, somewhat oversized, Alcantara-wrapped wheel—is a touch too light but very precise, and the adjustable suspension allows only minimal body roll, behaving predictably up to the limits of adhesion. Try to surpass those limits, and the traction-control system intervenes sharply. It can be turned off entirely, but doing so is only recommended for trained professionals. The brakes feel a bit too aggressive around town but are perfect on the open road.

Civil Pretender

If you drive the CLS63 AMG with civility (good luck with that), it is actually quite comfortable. And it’s even green (sort of): The engine automatically shuts off when the car is stationary, and a prominent “eco” light illuminates in the instrument cluster whenever the driver isn’t sucking too much fuel. Okay, so that’s not really green at all. Any effort at political correctness is thoroughly negated by AMG’s design team. The grille, with its single horizontal crossbar, quotes Mercedes’ traditional sporty motif like the grille on the gullwing SLS does. From the gigantic front air intakes, venomous-looking LED headlights, and wide fenders to the quadruple exhaust tips, the CLS63 AMG is a hostile take on the already extroverted second-generation CLS, and it has us in equal parts scared and seduced.

With the new CLS AMG’s attitude and performance, Mercedes’ continued use of the 63 moniker is fine with us. Memo to the industry: This is what engine downsizing should be.


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The Ten Least Super Supercars

Supercars are all about performance and style. Miss one crucial component, and you have disaster. Here are the ten least 'super' supercars ever made.



10.) Maserati Merak


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You look at the Merak, and think yes, this must be a supercar! It's got crazy styling thanks to Giugiaro, a mid-engined layout and a trident up front. Unfortunately, later Meraks came with a 2.0-liter V6 producing 168 horsepower. It wasn't super.


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9.) Ferrari Mondial


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A V8 Ferrari, so what's not to like? Patrick Frawley will tell you:


The original 2-valve Ferrari Mondial 8. Take all the weaknesses of the early injected 308 and put them in a bigger, heavier, instantly dateable shell. The nadir of Ferrari's production cars.

Later ones were better but still don't get much love.


Suggested By: Patrick Frawley, Photo Credit: L2F1



8.) Lamborghini Urraco


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Don't worry, it wasn't only Ferrari or Maserati who forgot what supercars are all about in the seventies. The Urraco P200 came with a 2.0-liter V8 to skirt an Italian tax code and it came with a whopping 180 horsepower.


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7.) Lotus Evora5


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Don't get me wrong, I like the Evora, but it just isn't super enough. Kiwi_Commander is also forgiving:


My nomination goes to the Lotus Evora; but I will highlight the positives of the car rather than the negatives.

I know what you are thinking, that is not even a super car, but it really is as it comes in a MR configuration, has pretty decent power from a V6 and its pretty rare to find one on the road. Most importantly, it's affordable when compared to the other super cars. Not to mention that it's also sold in a 2+2 configuration.

Being the least super supercar is not a bad thing :)


Suggested By: Kiwi_Commander, Photo Credit: RedMorris



6.) Venturi Atlantique 260


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The thing is that no matter how much we like their designs and engineering, the French pretty much suck at making supercars. With its 2.8-liter twin-turbo V6, the Atlantique had decent performance at the time, but it still wasn't good enough to save the company from bankruptcy.


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5.) Covini C6W


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Covini Engineering has made some great cars in the past including a diesel sportscar way before they got mainstream, but with the C6W, they were revisiting an idea that failed in F1 before. While we are fans, it get's a D for effort, but not more.


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4.) Shelby Series 1


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Shelby should have known better.


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3.) Dome Zero


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The Dome Zero might have a cool name and the looks of a Lamborghini, but it also has a 2.8-liter inline-six from a Datsun. That wasn't impressive enough for potential costumers, so the project folded.


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2.) Mitsuoka Orochi


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Japan's Mitsuoka is famous for making the worst retro cars in the world, but the Camry-engined Orochi is one more step into the darkness. There's no coming back.



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1.) Hofstetter Turbo


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Brazil had some pretty strict import laws in the early '80s, so a guy called Mario Richard Hofstetter came up with this fiberglass monster, powered by a 1.8-liter engine from Volkswagen. He managed to sell 18.7





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