The VATH CLS can jump from rest to 62mph in 3.9 seconds and it can hit 124mph in only 12 seconds.
At first glance, VATH's Mercedes-Benz CLS 63 AMG is an exact replica of the German company's CL 63 AMG coupe. The key difference between these two super-powered Mercedes is the sedan's obvious four-doors versus the coupe's two. The German tuning company has powered-up the CLS sedan to an impressive 649hp and 708lb-ft of torque. These improvements are seen thanks in part to a retooled ECU, a stainless-steel sport exhaust and an intercooler.
This is in addition to the CLS' biturbo V8. Performance is enhanced thanks in part to the engine upgrades, but also due to some exterior changes. The sedan features a rear diffuser, a trunk-mounted spoiler and it sits on a set of high-performance 20-inch wheels. A carbon fiber trim on the interior helps keep weight down and a sport steering wheel helps handle this fast sedan. The CLS can jump from rest to 62mph in 3.9 seconds and it can hit 124mph in only 12 seconds. It registers a top speed of 202mph.
The new speedometer goes up to 224mph, which leaves a few of us wondering if the sedan can go even faster. Upgraded brakes help control the added speed. Pricing for the Mercedes-Benz CLS 63 AMG package by VATH is set at €12,800.