2013 Mercedes CLS63 AMG Stealth by GSC review and pictures

Posted on Wednesday, 31 July 2013 , 01:07:46 byAlina

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Mercedes CLS63 AMG Stealth by GSC

Germany is becoming more and more famous in the world not only for the car manufacturers but for the tuning companies, too. The tuning segment is continuously improving as the tuning firms have more and more spectacular cars to work on. And the competition is at its highest peak so they need to be inventive and unique to resist. German Special Customs (GSC) is one of these companies and they have just revealed a tuning package for the Mercedes CLS63 AMG which is simply named Stealth.

The Mercedes CLS63 AMG received from GSC a bunch of new elements such as a new front bumper that hosts the LED DRLs that the vehicle has from the factory, some larger fenders that come along with vents for cooling the brakes, side skirts and an updated rear bumper with an integrated diffuser and a bigger rear wing. These last two components are made from carbon fiber. GSC has also developed a new hood for the Mercedes. This has a central vent whose job is to take out the heat from the engine compartment. The interior doesn’t receive that much of attention. It gets only a few leather and carbon fiber trim parts.

The Mercedes CLS63 AMG Stealth is powered by a 5.5-liter V8 biturbo engine, which has been upgraded. It now produces 750 hp and 1,150 Nm of torque. To get this additional hp, GSC installed larger turbos, a water cooler, a new exhaust system and an updated ECU. The vehicle can sprint from stand point to 62 mph (100 km/h) in 3.7 seconds on its way to a maximum speed of 350 km/h. The AMG rides on a set of 20 inch alloys wrapped in Michelin tires and it also has a KW coilover suspension with adjustable dampers. There is no word of pricing up till now, but success is just around the corner.