A teaser image of the next-gen Mercedes-Benz CLS has been teased by the premium automaker. As per the report, the teased picture of the four-door coupe Mercedes Benz CLS is really intriguing and magnetizing.
The all-new updated version of the Mercedes Benz CLS will come with enhanced design, appealing styling, new features and new ser of mechanical updates as well. It has been reported that the automaker is all set to divulge the next-generation Mercedes Benz CLS at the forthcoming 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show.
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The report also mentions that the new-gen four-door coupe – Mercedes-Benz CLS is likely to the revealed at the 2017 LA Auto Show. The premium sedan is slated to be unveiled on November 27, the first day of the Auto Show. Besides the cosmetic changes, in terms of design, styling and features, the premium sedan will also get a set of new 6-cylinder engines.
Ahead of the global debut of the next-gen CLS at the LS auto show, the automaker has teased a picture of the four-door Coupe. While making the announcement of the next-gen premium sedan the carmaker teased the image of the car, declaring the arrival of the all-new Mercedes Benz CLS.
Specifications of the next-gen Mercedes Benz CLS
The teased picture of the next-gen Mercedes Benz CLS reveals a small portion of the front side of the luxury sedan. The new boomerang shaped LED and merged DRLs (Daytime running lights) add style to the luxury sedan. The next-gen CLS also gets larger front as well as rear overhangs. The rear also gets all-new LED taillamps.
What adds to the front facet of the new Mercedes Benz CLS is the new diamond-pattern grille coupled with single chrome slat. The large three-point-star logo, the essence of the Mercedes Benz rests at the centre. While the headlamps are brand new, it appears that the front bumper of the sedan has also been redesigned.
Under the hood of the all-new Mercedes Benz CLS’
As per the report, the new Mercedes-Benz CLS will be powered by inline-six-cylinder petrol and diesel engines. On the other hand, the entry-level Mercedes Benz models will get a four-cylinder turbocharged engine.