Mercedes-Benz CLS 63 AMG by VATH image

The German based auto market specialists at VATH have decided to improve the performance of the powerful Mercedes-Benz CLS 63 AMG by fitting it with an optimized ECU, an intercooler and a stainless steel sport exhaust system, while the exterior is getting a new aerodynamic body kit.

According to the Bavarian tuner, the Mercedes-Benz CLS 63 AMG fitted with the new optimized ECU, intercooler and stainless steel sport exhaust system is now developing a total output of 660 horsepower and 960 Nm of torque, enabling the luxurious four-door coupe to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.9 seconds and hit a top speed of 325 km/h.

“This four-door coupe features improved performance, as well as correspondingly refined interior and exterior. This upgrade was made by a long-standing Bavaria-based VATH company from the town of Hosbach not far from Aschaffenburg. A V63RS tuning kit features individually fine-tuned engine electronics and Vmax which increases the capacity to 5.461 cc and the maximum torque is 484 kW or 660 HP, 960 Nm”, as the German tuner says in the press release.

The Bavarian based aftermarket specialists at VATH are also offering a new aerodynamic body kit made out of a trunk-mounted spoiler, a rear diffuser with an underfloor extension and an airflow front spoiler, while the car is now sitting on 20 inch alloy wheels wrapped in high performance tires.

VATH says that the V63RS package for improved performance has been priced at 12.800 EUR or 17.620 USD, while the other modifications like the styling features will cost you more.