Mercedes-AMG of tomorrow: preview: Mercedes-AMG CLE 63 Cabrio 2024 – good time – Mercedes fans

Mercedes-AMG of tomorrow: preview: Mercedes-AMG CLE 63 Cabrio 2024 – good time – Mercedes fans

Mercedes-Benz will probably launch the CLE class this year. There will be a coupe and a cabriolet. They replace the two-door Mercedes-Benz C and E-Class models. AMG variants will expand the CLE model family. The most powerful AMG version will be the CLE 63. The release of futurecarsnow shows the possible appearance of the Mercedes-AMG CLE 63 Cabriolet 2024 model

The automaker is hard at work on the development of the CLE range, which includes a two-door coupé and a convertible. The CLE class will celebrate its debut later this year. Like the current Mercedes-Benz C-Class 206 range, it is based on the second generation of the MRA2 platform (Common Rear Architecture), but is positioned between the C-Class and the E-Class. The most powerful model will be launched as the AMG 63. The CLE-Class has that advantage over the new E-Class family, of which the E53 will be the top model.
Erlkönig’s photos showed that the CLE will be available as an AMG 63 version. These also showed CLE prototypes with four square tailpipes – the standard identifier for the AMG 63 version.

What will the Mercedes-AMG CLE 63 power?

AMG 63 versions of the CLE class will be launched as E-PERFORMANCE versions. The 4-liter V8 will not be the driving force. The performance data of the CLE high-performance variants will probably be the same as the current Mercedes-AMG C63 S E-PERFORMANCE. In the Mercedes-AMG C 63 S E-PERFORMANCE, a 476-hp, 2-liter, four-cylinder combustion engine is installed. The petrol unit drives only the front wheels. A 204-horsepower electric motor drives the rear axle. Overall, the C63 performance hybrid car has 680 hp. Will CLE 63 set the bar a little higher?

Photo gallery: Mercedes-AMG CLE 63 Cabriolet (Offer)

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For the new CLE series, which will celebrate its debut later this year, Mercedes-Benz is working on two two-door sports models. Like cabriolet and coupe