NEW YORK TIMES: 2005 Mercedes-Benz CL65 AMG

Dip into the throttle any deeper, however, and you're greeted by an instantaneous surge of thrust that is smooth in its application yet scary in its
results. It's not abrupt or violent, just a perfectly orchestrated sequence of spooling turbos, shifting gears and chirping tires. As the battle between the massive rear tires and the electronic traction control rages on beneath you, the car builds speed at a ferocious pace, pushing into triple-digit territory with an ease that makes you wonder how and why it's even legal. Get off the throttle and the big coupe settles back into its former life, whisking along in silence while Porsches play catch-up. *

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