With the first exemplars of the 2011 Mercedes CLS63 AMG rolling of the production line, the German wheel specialist turned tuner Wheelsandmore is presenting their first upgrade program for this new generation four door coupe.
The exterior is mainly characterised by the addition of a new set of black alloys measuring 20 inch in size which are wrapped in high-performance Dunlop Sportmaxx (255/30/20 at the front and 305/25/20 at the rear) and are in contrast with the car’s white body finish. The Wheelsandmore 2011 Mercedes CLS63 AMG exterior has also been received a few carbon components like a front spoiler lip, a small diffuser and a boot lid lip.
Under the bonnet the twin turbo engine is no longer developing 525 HP, as the specialists from Wheelasandmore have optimised the ECU and by also adding a flap-controlled exhaust system the car’s output was increased to 580 HP. The Wheelsandmore 2011 Mercedes CLS63 AMG is also able to produce 80 Nm of torque more than the standard version. 
In order to achieve better handling and stability at high speeds, Wheelsandmore have worked with KW and developed a unique solution for lowering the car’s center of gravity. They have used adjustable springs at the front and a continuously variable electronic dampening system at the back.   
Pricing for the Wheelsandmore 2011 Mercedes CLS63 AMG upgrade program was not specified.

Source: Wheelsandmore