Along with the introduction of a restyled CLS Shooting Brake, Mercedes-Benz also updated its top performance CLS 63 AMG Shooting Brake version, making it look fiercer and react even better to the driver’s inputs.
The most noticeable changes can be seen at the front of the car, where it got redesigned LED headlights with new eyebrow-shaped daytime running light strips, a twin-bade radiator grille as well as a gaping lower grille split by an A-styled winglet. The rear section comes with a black diffuser insert with pronounced fins, more vents and new exhaust tips, while the sides are adorned with new side skirts and 19-inch black wheels.
On the inside, the CLS 63 AMG Shooting Brake boasts with a new steering wheel with paddle shifters and a lower metal insert as well as a new free-standing color display on top of the central console powered by an all-new multimedia infotainment software, Alcantara trimmings and different other color/material combinations.
Mechanically, the performance four-door coupe comes with an improved MCT 7-speed automatic transmission that is said to respond faster than its predecessor.