Subtle in Silver
Today’s 2011 CL63 is finished in Palladium Silver Metallic (792) and includes the updated front-end design that arrived for the model year. The finish looks immaculate overall with flaws limited to front bumper underside scraping. Per the owner, the front bumper and right rear side have been repainted and there is no rust present.
Up front, the CL63 AMG features adaptive bi-xenon headlamps with washers and LED fogs along with black mesh inserts on top and bottom. As seen in the gallery, all lighting is operational with clear lenses.
These cars came from the factory with AMG-exclusive bodywork that adds a sculpted front fascia, side skirts, and rear end. Other highlights include touches of brightwork, V8 BITURBO fender badges, and polished quad exhaust outlets.
The aftermarket staggered 20” triple five-spoke wheels are finished in black with Mercedes three-pointed star center caps and look to be in excellent condition all around.
They are mounted in Triangle Sportex rubber sized 255/35 up front and 275/30 out back, with 2019 date codes. Brakes consist of drilled rotors with silver-finished multi-piston calipers and black AMG logos.
All The Luxury
The cabin on this 2011 CL63 features black Nappa leather upholstery on all four seats, with stitched panels extending to the dashboard, doors, and center console along with color-matched carpeting and floor mats with AMG branding.
This car was optioned with the carbon fiber interior package, which trims the doors, center stack, center console, and rear center storage bin with exposed sections of the material.
Up front, the Drive-Dynamic seats provide active support in corners. They are heated and ventilated with massaging function and memory settings. Wear is limited to the side bolsters up front with little wear seen on the rear seats.
Wrapped in leather and suede, the multi-function sport steering wheel frames aluminum shift paddles, and AMG instrumentation. It includes gauges for coolant temperature and fuel level, a 320 km/h speedometer, and a 7,000-rpm tachometer. The digital odometer reads 84,744 km (52,657 mi).
Tech highlights include the factory COMAND infotainment system with remote control, navigation, backup camera, front and rear parking assist, Active Blind Spot Assist, Active Lane Keeping, Night View Assist, and Distronic Plus adaptive cruise control.
These cars came with a Harman Kardon Logic7 sound system along with an integrated six-disc CD changer, USB/AUX input, and Bluetooth connectivity.
Additional amenities include Keyless Go access, soft-touch door close, dual-zone automatic climate control, power-operated sunroof, sport pedals with rubber grips, power-operated rear sunshade, and a tightly fitted Alcantara headliner.
The features list continues with an IWC dashboard clock, ashtray with lighter, AMG-branded door sill covers, and seat backrest plaques. The C/S/M center console switch selects from Controlled Efficiency, Sport, and Manual driving modes.
The clean carpeted trunk includes a cabin pass-through space and an underfloor spare with a tool kit. Door frames and jambs are highlighted in the gallery and, like the rest of the interior, look to be in excellent shape.
Mounted in an immaculate engine bay, under a carbon fiber shroud with a plaque signed by the master technician responsible for assembling it, is the original hand-built engine.
This twin-turbocharged 5.5L M157 V8 made 536 hp and 590 lb-ft of torque when new in standard spec. However, today’s example boasts the Performance Package, which sees those numbers balloon to 563 and 664, respectively. This package also removes the 155-mph top speed limiter, allowing it to run to a heady 186 mph.
It pairs with a seven-speed dual-clutch SPEEDSHIFT transmission to spin the rear wheels and rides on the trick Active Body Control suspension with an AMG calibration and selectable modes of Sport and Comfort.
Per the owner, the car has been regularly maintained at Mercedes dealerships and a full history of service records will be included with the sale.
The most recent maintenance performed was an oil change 4,000 km ago. There are no known issues with the car and a video in the gallery shows the engine starting up and idling.
Epic AMG Coupe
Located in Richmond, British Columbia, this Canadian-spec 2011 Mercedes-Benz CL63 AMG has been under current ownership for the past six months, during which 500 of the original 84,744 km (52,657 mi) have been added.
It is lien-free and comes with factory documentation, the owner’s manual, and two keys. Aside from the wheels, it is an all-original example of an epic coupe that is barely broken in and just itching to show its next caretaker what AMG is all about.