2019 Mercedes CLS 63 AMG. The next-generation CLS 63 AMG is expected to ride on the company’s Modular Rear Architecture, or MRA, which also underpins the redesigned E-class sedan that went on sale this year. It is expected to arrive in U.S. dealerships in the summer of 2019. Recent spy shots of the disguised vehicle undergoing testing show that the car’s styling will evolve but won’t wildly depart from the outgoing design. The next generation will likely get the kind of updates the E-class sedan received with its redesign.
A wide array of semiautonomous driving features will be added to the car. The 2019 Mercedes CLS 63 AMG is rumored, presented next year. Updates are important in almost every aspect of the vehicle including engine, design and features. New engine, better make, complete with renowned Mercedes handling ability, which makes excellent driving experience. Not only that the new style of design of the saloon give a better appearance, which may attract new buyers. The successor to the 2019 Mercedes CLS 63 AMG, a four-door sedan with coupelike styling, will arrive in 2019 on a new platform that’s lighter, longer and roomier.
If you’re not a big fan of the green LED ambient lighting, you’ll be happy to hear the new CLS 63 AMG will be available with a whopping 64 shades, meaning there should be a selectable color in there for everyone. Expect all that camo to come off in the following months considering the all-new 2019 Mercedes CLS 63 AMG is slated to premiere before the year’s end. A best-case scenario for the sexy sedan’s official reveal would be the Frankfurt Motor Show in September, but it’s too soon to know for sure. Perhaps it won’t be at IAA considering the AMG Project One hypercar will be the main star of the event for Mercedes and there’s a big risk it would steal the 2019 Mercedes CLS 63 AMG’ thunder.
Meanwhile, Mercedes is keeping itself busy these days in Geneva where it’s showcasing the AMG-labeled GT sedan concept, which serves as a preview for a Porsche Panamera fighter set to arrive before the end of the decade. It effectively means the German automaker doesn’t consider the CLS 63 AMG as an adversary of the model from Stuttgart. Perhaps the CLS 63 AMG is going to become more luxurious while the GT sedan will be sportier given its AMG branding. But where does that leave the CLS 63 AMG? All that we know is Mercedes’ lineup expansion is far from being over.
A 3.0 L V6 turbo engine at 329 HP rated and torque comes under the hood of the 2019 Mercedes CLS 63 AMG model CLS 63 AMG400 2018 354 lbs-ft. The force is transferred to the RWD pattern or the optional 4Matic system by the seven-speed automatic transmission. Although tentative, the estimated fuel consumption are reviews 20/30/24 mpg city/highway/combined with rear-wheel drive, while the AWD gets model 22/19/26 mpg. The next is the 4.7 L V8-powered CLS 63 AMG550.
The energy generated 402-horses and FT. FT-lbs of torque 443 is propulsion system on the rear standard, or optional all-wheel drive automatic transmission redirected nine courses. Test units carried out, show that the RWD CLS 63 AMG 550 from 0-60 mph in just 4.6 seconds can go. EPA raises its consumption by 17/26/21 mpg with the rear-wheel drive. To good last a 5.5 L V8 Turbo S model powers the CLS 63 AMG63 AMG-Mercedes. The power-577 Horsepower and 590 kg ft torque on the RWD pattern or optionally redirected 4Matic AWD is through the seven-speed automatic transmission. 3.6 seconds is the time that it takes for S CLS 63 AMG63 up to 60 km/h, expand.
Some expect Mercedes to drop the wagon, or shooting-brake, body style with the next generation. That variant never was sold in the U.S. There is some speculation that Mercedes could split the CLS 63 AMG for the next generation. Under this scenario, the 2019 Mercedes CLS 63 AMG name could move to a four-door sedan being developed for AMG. A sports sedan, designed to take on the Porsche Panamera and other competitors, has been rumored as part of the AMG GT family. The more basic Mercedes-Benz entry would then use the CLE name. But there is no confirmation of such a split or a renaming to the CLE name from Mercedes officials.