The great demand for the CLK
DTM AMG Coupé, which was likewise a limited edition
of 100 and rapidly sold out, provided the initial impetus for
the development of the powerful high-performance AMG Cabriolet.
It was also modelled on the most successful car in the German
Touring Car Masters the racing version of the Mercedes-Benz
CLK with which Bernd Schneider was able to win the DTM championship
in the 2003 season.
The equipment of the CLK DTM AMG Cabriolet also takes its lead
from the racetrack: AMG sports bucket seats with leather/Alcantara upholstery guarantee optimal
lateral support, while the buckskin-covered, oval AMG racing steering wheel and the AMG instrument cluster with its 360
km/h speedometer scale lend an unmistakable motorsport touch
to the interior.
Similar and related vehicles:
Mercedes SLS AMG