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2007 Mercedes-Benz CL-Class Coupe Pictures

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The Bentley Continental GT looks fantastic from any angle. But there's too much Solara in the CL600. Both cars are true pillarless hardtops. While it doesn't have the indulgent detailing of the Bentley's interior, the Mercedes is much more comfortable for differing body types. The active seats adjust themselves to deal with G-loads and work splendidly. With this badge on the left side of the CL63's deck lid, and the coveted AMG logo on the right, don't even think of trying to pass ? unless you're in something very hot. Mercedes' night-vision system works well enough that no matter how dark it gets, you'll know it's Scott Oldham you're running over. That's an AMG-exclusive ergonomic sports steering wheel, and it's a treat to use. A unique racetimer in the instrument cluster lets the CL63 AMG's driver time his fastest lap or determine his average and top speeds. There's not a lot of legroom in the back of the Mercedes, but it's enough to be useful by adults for short trips. 2007 Mercedes-Benz CL-Class CL600 Coupe Exterior 2007 Mercedes-Benz CL-Class CL600 Coupe Exterior Kicherer CL60 gets a 53-horsepower boost and a suspension lowered by an inch. Exquisite details and impeccable finish quality have been key attributes of Mercedes' flagship coupes since the 1952 300 S Coupe. You can't believe everything you see. The center-mounted speedometer is a computer graphic while all the other gauges are conventional mechanical units. A band of buttons allows easy access to the four-zone climate controls, which can also be set using COMAND. That V12 badge is a reminder of membership in a very exclusive club. For car spotters, the new CL63 AMG features a wider air intake grille than the standard CL, prominent accessory lights, shark gill vents, sexy 16-spoke alloys, side airdams and much, much more. Just when you think AMG's engineers have run out of ideas, they whack you with what's basically a two-door CLS, packing a high-horsepower, bespoke V8, and a chassis that's loaded with every high-performance add-on in the range. In case you miss the AMG badging, a special AMG rear apron prominent undercar air diffuser and a quartet of oversized tailpipes help identify the high-performance CL63. The new COMAND system ? which integrates radio, DVD player and telephone operation ? is accessed via a rotary knob in the center console. Secondary controls allow certain cockpit systems to be used without having to enter COMAND. Lay your weary hand upon this soft loaf to control the knob of the entertainment/information system in complete comfort. This classic-looking analog clock seems a bit out of place in a car where even the speedometer is a computer representation. 2007 Mercedes-Benz CL600 twin-turbocharged 5.5-liter V12. Mercedes' traditional sporting grille (big star in middle) isn't as distinctive now that it's used on sedans and SUVs. The 604-hp CL65 AMG might look like a coupe, but it wants to be a sports car. The CL550's interior fit and finish is spectacular. This is what one should expect of a car that starts at $100,000. A telephone keypad hides within. The audio system power button hides on the far side of the loaflike, hand rest thing. The people who buy these cars have driveways long enough to require corner workers and a fuel stop halfway to their houses.
2007 Mercedes-Benz CL-Class
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