CL63 Black Edition by Famous Parts

Tuning

Relative newcomer to the tuning world serves up a delicious aftermarket program for the Mercedes-Benz CL63 AMG.

German tuner Famous Parts has just popped up on our radar virtue of its new aero kit and performance upgrade for the Mercedes-Benz CL63 AMG. Taking a pre-facelifted 2009 CL63 AMG as a base, the tuner added a Black Edition Wide Body Kit by Prior Design, wrapped it in a striking shade of Frozen Grey Metallic Matt Champagne and tinted the rear side glass and windshield. The kit itself consists of new front and rear bumpers, new side skirts, a diffuser, wider fenders, a new hood and latticework inserts for the grille.

LED daytime running lights have been integrated into the front bumper, and the car sits on a set of 21-inch original Brabus alloys. An electronically-adjustable lowering module further accentuates its aggressive stance. And by modifying the compressor and exhaust system, Famous Parts managed to boost power from 525 to 610 horsepower. In other words, we're looking at a Black Series model that was executed away from AMG's own facility in Affalterbach, taking what essentially amounts to an S-Class coupe to new levels.

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