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2019 Mercedes-Benz CLS rendered as a Coupe, Cabriolet and in AMG guise

During the recent 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show, one of the few cars that stood out would be this 2019 Mercedes-Benz CLS that made its debut. Because it turned heads, it has inevitably become a favourite among rendering artists.

Some of them may just be for the hell of it, like the Coupe and the Cabriolet. The newest one looks actually quite promising. Imagined by artist Aksyonov Nikita, is a four-door coupe in the range topping AMG guise.

Up front, some of the noticeable changes would be the new bumper and the modified grille that includes the AMG badging. The rear end, on the other hand, gets a new bumper, carbon fiber diffuser and a boot lid spoiler, as well as quad tailpipes.

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2019 Mercedes-Benz CLS is priced from €68,127, set to start selling in Germany this March

Mercedes-Benz has officially released the pricing details of the new 2019 CLS. The base variant is the CLS 350d 4Matic that’s equipped with the inline-six rated engine and comes with a displacement of 2,925 cc and an output of 286 hp with maximum torque measured at 443 lb.-ft. This has been priced at $80,176 (€68,127.50) for the German market.

Much like the base model, the CLS 400d 4Matic is fitted with the same diesel engine although it has been tuned to offer more power at 340 hp having peak torque of 516 lb.-ft. Acceleration from 0 to 62 mph is at 5.0 seconds, faster than the 5.7 seconds offered by the CLS 350d 4Matic. The CLS 400d 4Matic is priced beginning at $85,330 (€72,507.70).

Those who want a petrol-powered version can choose the CLS 450 4Matic with is equipped with a 3.0-liter engine. Maximum output is 367 hp with top torque of 369 lb.-ft. It can go from 0 to 62 mph in 4.8 seconds. Mercedes-Benz has given this model a starting price of $83,445 (€70,906.15).

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2019 Mercedes-Benz CLS four-door coupe is on display at 2017 LA Auto Show

Fans and enthusiasts of the Mercedes-Benz CLS don’t have to endure anymore the teasers over the upcoming third generation of the four-door coupe. This is because Mercedes Benz has finally unveiled the next generation of the CLS four-door coupe – now more impressive and more intelligent – at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show.

The third generation of the CLS coupe is underpinned by the MRA (Modular Rear Architecture) platform, which means it has some similarities with E-Class sedan. However, the driving experience provided by the CLS coupe is different, since it boasts of a sportier chassis tune. Compared to its predecessor, the new 2019 Mercedes-Benz CLS coupe has its length extended by 2.0 inches while its height has been shrunk by 0.5 inch.

Nonetheless, the new generation coupe is easily recognizable as the CLS, but is now influenced by the carmaker’s Sensual Purity design language. Its front end is defined by the diamond grille common with Mercedes coupes, with a single louver. Now, the contours of the grille are similar to those of the grille on the Mercedes-AMG GT. Dynamically following these contours while bordering the grille are very flat and wide LED headlamps with inward-slanting flanks.

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Teaser: Next-gen 2019 Mercedes-Benz CLS interior features stylish ultra-wide panel with red accents

Days ago, Mercedes-Benz provided us with images of the face of the next generation 2019 CLS-Class. And today, the teasing continues as we get a view of the stylish sedan’s interior, which has a lot of red accents. Fortunately, it won’t be a long wait since the CLS will soon make its premiere at the Los Angeles Auto Show in a few weeks.

While looking at the CLS-Class, we can’t help but think that it is the E-Class’ better-looking sibling, especially with its handsome interior design that’s shown here. It has an ultra-wide panel that contains the infotainment and instrument displays. This design creates the illusion of a wider interior. There is also crimson ambient lighting behind the screen that makes it more sophisticated, complete with a strip of carbon fiber trims on the HVAC vents.

Furthermore, Mercedes has informed us that this model features the newly introduced Energizing Comfort system. What makes this new feature exciting is that it is integrated on the vehicle’s comfort systems. These include the ambient lighting, climate control, and the seat’s heating, ventilation and massage functions. Passengers can enjoy several modes when it comes to comfort, and these include Freshness, Warmth, Vitality, and Joy modes. Like the S-Class, there are also options like Comfort and Training.

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After showing the Multibeam LED headlamps, Daimler officially introduced the 2015 Mercedes-Benz CLS Facelift. As expected, the new car comes with a redesigned front section that consists of a new front grille, redesigned headlights as well as a brand new bumper. At the rear, we find redesigned taillights as well as a new rear bumper.

Both the CLS Coupe and CLS Shooting Brake come as standard with all-LED headlamps, while as an option the German manufacturer offers the Multibeam LED headlamps. As we said, the Multibeam LED headlamps is similar to Audi’s Matrix LED headlights but as usual, the United States will not receive them due to the rules that need separate high-beam and low-beam modes.

Each headlight features 24 high-performance LEDs, offering the best visibility on bends and roundabouts. The roundabout light is unique as it activates the cornering light function modules on the left or right before entering a roundabout in order to provide the best visibility. The headlamps are connected to the navigation system that provides the details of the locations of roundabouts along the route.

Read the entire article 2015 Mercedes-Benz CLS Facelift arrives with new design, 9-speed transmission

The 2015 Mercedes-Benz CLS looks ready to make its official debut as the German carmaker revealed today the first teaser photos. Mercedes-Benz used the new teasers in order to underline the new technology found in the Multibeam LED headlamps. According to the official press release, each headlight features 24 individually controlled high-performance LEDs.

Mercedes’ new technology looks similar to Audi’s Matrix LED headlights that made their debut on the facelifted A8 back in September. The bad news is that Mercedes-Benz will have the same problem as Audi and we don’t expect to see the Multibeam LED headlights in the United States due to the rules that need separate high-beam and low-beam modes.

So, how do the MultiBeam LED headlights work? According to Mercedes-Benz the headlights automatically illuminate the road with precision-controlled distribution of exceptionally bright light.

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If you don’t find your Mercedes-Benz CLS too attractive then you better pay a visit to Fostla as they just unveiled their tuning programme for the well-known four-door coupe. According to the official press release, the car you see in the photos is a Mercedes-Benz CLS 350 CDI W218 and it comes with a new Prior-Design PB550 Black Edition aerodynamic kit.

The new kit consists of a new front bumper, front fenders, side sills, a rear trunk lip and a new rear bumper with integrated air diffuser. In addition, there is a red applique on the front lip and diffuser bar. Moreover, there are tinted discs, headlights and the rear lights.

The vehicle can be lowered or raised thanks to a new lowering module controlled using the steering wheel. The engine was upgraded too with some help from PP-Performance and as a result, it delivers 310 hp (a 45 hp increase) and from 620 to 700 Nm of torque.

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Brabus has unveiled its new 850 Shooting Brake 6.0 Biturbo 4MATIC, which is based on the Mercedes-Benz CLS 63 AMG Shooting Brake. The new 850 Shooting Brake is powered by a twin-turbo 5.9-liter V8 engine equipped with forged pistons, a billet crankshaft, a larger air filter box, an optimized ECU and a stainless steel sports exhaust system – allowing the powerplant to provide up to 850 hp (625 kW) of output and an electronically limited 1,150 Nm (848 lb-ft) of torque, enabling the wagon to accelerate from zero to 100 km/h in just 3.1 seconds.

This dynamism earned the 850 Shooting Brake the distinction as the "world’s most powerful street-legal all-wheel-drive wagon." The vehicle’s designers installed an aerodynamic body kit that includes a carbon fiber front bumper, a revised grille and ventilated front fenders.

The 850 Shooting Brake also features a carbon fiber rear diffuser and 20-inch alloy wheels fitted with high-performance tires from Continental, Pirelli or YOKOHAMA. Customers could also order a bespoke interior with premium leather or Alcantara upholstery, carbon fiber or wood trim, illuminated sill plates, alloy pedals and aluminum accents.

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Lorinser is offering a comprehensive range of parts for the current Mercedes-Benz CLS X218. Car owners could customize their CLS X218 with aerodynamic components, improved performance, stainless steel exhaust systems, striking 19 and 20-inch alloy wheels and top-quality interior modifications. Lorinser worked hard to combine dynamic design with efficient aerodynamics.

The result is stylishness with optimized air flowing across an astoundingly looking vehicle outline.  The shapes of the vehicle’s sporty front spoiler bumper blend exquisitely with the wider wings. Along with the rear skirt, the Lorinser body components allow reduced lift while providing an eye-catching overall appearance. The Lorinser side skirts form an optical link between the front and rear.

The customized body kit is mounted on the serial attachment points, and is priced from EUR6,176, including German VAT.

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Copies of the Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake have already been made even as it has only just arrived in the market. There’s a miniature model as well as a faithful copy of the innovative coupé with its stretched roofline. Collectors couldn’t help but be glad about this development. Starting at the end of October, the model car is offered in 1:18 and 1:43 scale from Mercedes-Benz sales partners.

It’s also available from the online shop at https://shop.mercedes-benz.com. Mercedes-Benz Accessories GmbH made sure that the Model Car Selection is highly accurate. Norev, the model car specialist, co-designed the CLS Shooting Brake model with the use of original CAD data. The original paints are used by the miniatures, which are built by hand.

Two scales are available. The CLS Shooting Brake was built by Norev using over 115 individual parts on a 1:18 scale. Meanwhile, the 25.5 centimetre long model is built with zinc die cast.

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Just like any other Mercedes-Benz model, the new CLS Shooting Brake stopped a little at the Brabus factory and we have to admit that the result is quite interesting. In terms of design, the new CLS Shooting Brake receives a new set of 20-inch Brabus wheels, a new front apron, side sills as well as a new rear bumper with integrated air diffuser and new stainless-steel quad sport exhaust system.

Moreover, the car also receives a new suspension module that lowers the ride height of cars equipped with the semi-active AIRMATIC air suspension system by about 35 millimeters. Because we are talking about Brabus, the most interesting things happened under the hood! As a result, the CLS 250 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY equipped with the ECO PowerXtra D4 performance kit got 22.8 kW / 31 hp and a maximum torque of 560 Nm (446 lb-ft).

The CLS 350 CDI using the Brabus Eco PowerXtra D6S kit received a power boost from 195 kW / 265 hp (261 bhp) to 230 kW / 313 hp (308 bhp) at a low 3,600 rpm and a maximum torque from 620 Nm to 690 Nm (509 lb-ft) between 1,600 and 2,400 rpm.

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Kia is developing a new four-door coupe that will compete with the Mercedes CLS, according to an Auto Express report. This would be considered as the boldest model yet. It will be slotted between the BMW 5 and 7 Series when it comes to size, signifying a major move upmarket for the company. Peter Schreyer, who was named Kia’s design chief in 2006, hasn’t hid his desire for a halo model for the brand.

It has become apparent that what he had planned was a rival to the CLS, suggested at by the GT Concept. The model had made its debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2011. Back then, Schreyer had said that each automaker has to have a halo car.

German brands dominate the coupe market. The GT is the first step for Kia. This car is targeted at a niche that Kia may fill and expect to do well in. Even if not all of the GT’s bold design cues will make it to the production car, this car is meant to securely place Kia on the design map. It’s expected to make use of a bold incarnation of Schreyer’s well-known ‘tiger-nose’ grille as well as toned-down variants of the blade-like front air vents.

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British consumers could now post their orders for the Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake. With a starting price of £49,360 OTR, the five-seat CLS Shooting Brake boasts of sleek styling and a large cargo space of around 1,550 litres. The CLS Shooting Brake features as standard equipment the following: visible exhaust pipes, leather upholstery, Parktronic front and rear, metallic paint, Bi-Xenon headlights, 18” alloy wheels and DAP.

The CLS 250 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY Shooting Brake comes with the Becker® MAP PILOT while the CLS 350 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY Shooting Brake and CLS 63 AMG Shooting Brake come with the COMAND Online multimedia system.

For an additional £2,995, one could have the CLS Shooting Brake AMG Sport fitted with full LED headlights with Intelligent Light System and Adaptive Highbeam Assist and AMG bodystyling.

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Mercedes-Benz is now accepting orders for the innovative CLS Shooting Brake five-door coupe. The CLS Shooting Brake, which features a roof that runs through the rear, boasts of providing a new sense of luxury with its very distinct designo wooden luggage compartment floor, which highlights the hand-finished nature of the interior.

The luggage compartment floor of the CLS Shooting Brake is made of American cherry tree wood with selected veneer sheets that are glued and hand-pressed in five cross-bonded layers to achieve high dimensional stability. The CLS Shooting Brake also features as standard rear seat backrests that can be folded down from the luggage compartment.

The rear seats also provide individual seats on the outsides and a third seat in the middle. A customer could avail of an optional folding trailer coupling for the CLS Shooting Brake.

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Mercedes-Benz will not market the Shooting Brake version of its CLS model in the United States because of the continued aversion to wagons by U.S. car buyers, a spokesman for the German carmaker divulged.  The Shooting Brake version enlarges the shape of the E-class-based CLS to create a tailgate and a larger trunk that would offer large cargo space.

The model's trunk offers a capacity of 590 litres, which could be increased to 1,550 litres when the seats are down. Mercedes is offering an option of a wooden boot floor inlaid with aluminum rails for the trunk. Mercedes will start rolling out the Shooting Brake version of the CLS in Europe this October, offering choices of two diesel engines and two gasoline units, depending on the market.

Mercedes will be rolling out an entry-level 250CDI diesel that offers a fuel economy of 5.3 litres per 100km and emits 139g of CO2 per km travelled. Mercedes will also be rolling out a performance AMG version powered by a 5.5-liter turbocharged V8 engine. The car derived its Shooting Brake from practical hunting vehicles as they were called in the horse-and-cart period.

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After few leaked photos, Mercedes-Benz officially unveiled today the CLS Shooting Brake, a car that promises to open a new segment in the auto market. If the front end is the same as the one seen on the CLS, the rear end is completely new and features a roof which continues through the rear. A unique feature of the car is the designo wooden luggage compartment floor, which serves to underscore the hand-finished nature of the interior.

The CLS Shooting Brake features a luggage compartment made of American cherry tree wood, which honestly to tell you, looks really impressive. The interior is given an even more progressive look with the addition of piano lacquer or AMG carbon fibre/black piano lacquer trim elements. According to the official press release, the CLS Shooting Brake measures: length x width x height: 4956 x 1881 x 1413 mm.

Moreover, it offers a load volume between 590 and 1550 litres. The aerodynamics also make a significant contribution to the efficiency of the Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake. With a frontal area of 2.30 m² and a Cd value of 0.29, the drag area is 0.67 m². The powertrains are the same seen on the CLS.This means that we find the 2.2-liter diesel engine on the CLS 250 CDI delivering 204 hp and 500 Nm of torque.

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If you are the happy owner of a 2012 Mercedes-Benz CLS 63 AMG and you are simply not satisfied the looks of your car we believe that German Special Customs is the company you should contact. Why? Because GSC create the Stealth bodykit for the CLS 63 AMG and you will be amazed by its looks.

As you can see from the photos, the CLS 63 AMG received a dramatic design update and features a new front hood with larger air intakes, a new front grille as well as a new front bumper featuring carbon fiber and bigger air intakes.

Moreover, the vehicle features enlarged fenders and new side sills, while the rear end comes with a completely new bumper with integrated carbon fiber air diffuser. A trunk lip was also added for better dynamics.

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This weekend we’ve witnessed the launch of the 2012 Bmw 6-Series Gran Coupe, a new car that introduces the Bavarian manufacturer into a new segment, a segment launched by the Mercedes-Benz CLS. The war is now starting, as everyone will ask now which car would be the perfect choice for them: the Mercedes-Benz CLS, the Audi A7 Sportback or the recently launched Bmw 6-Series Gran Coupe.

I think that when you are choosing a car, you look first at the engines, right? These days, every manufacturer works hard to have fuel-efficient engines but also powerful engines, especially German manufacturers. We’ll start with the petrol engines: the Bmw 6-Series Gran Coupe comes with a 3.0-liter six-cylinder in-line petrol engine delivering 320 hp (640i Gran Coupe), while the Audi A7 Sportback features the well-known 3.0 TFSI V6 engine delivering 300 hp; the Mercedes-Benz CLS offers a 3.5-liter V6 engine delivering 306 hp.

The 3.0-liter engine can push the 6-Series Gran Coupe from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 5.4 seconds, while the Audi A7 is pushed by its V6 in just 5.6 seconds… still, the Mercedes-Benz CLS is the slowest, with its 6.0 seconds. As expected, all the models have the top speed electronically limited to 155 mph or 250 km/h.

Read the entire article Bmw 6-Series Gran Coupe vs. Audi A7 Sportback vs. Mercedes-Benz CLS… fight!

A thinly disguised Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake was spotted being tested. These are the first images taken of this model, which is expected to reach the showrooms about a year from now. The CLS Shooting Brake was spied outside Mercedes’ Sindelfingen R&D and production site in Germany. Mercedes-Benz chief Dieter Zetsche has confirmed it for production at Sindelfingen in 2012.

It was at the 2010 Beijing motor show that a concept version named ‘Shooting Break’ was introduced. The Shooting Brake takes its inspiration from the traditional custom-built, two-door shooting brake.

Mercedes is building up this model to be a stylish yet practical option to the Audi A7 and the BMW 5-series GT. It is included in a series of new design-led niche models that are meant to help solidify the company’s image. Also included in this range of cars is a smaller CLC Shooting Brake spun off the new B-class’s MFA platform.

Read the entire article Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake test mules spied on the streets

As you may know already, Brabus is well-known for its fastest streer-legal sedans for many years, especially since 1996, when the German tuner unveiled the Brabus E V12 that had a top speed of 330 km/h (205 mph). Things started to move when the German tuner unveiled the Brabus Rocket back in 2006. Based on the Mercedes-Benz CLS, the car had a record top sped of 365.7 km/h (222.7 mph).

The Brabus E V12 "one of ten" based on the E-Class pushed the things even further with its top speed of 370 km/h (230 mph).

At this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show, the tuning company unveiled the new Brabus 800 V12 Biturbo based on the 2012 Mercedes-Benz CLS.

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