We are only a few days away from the unveiling of the Mercedes-Benz CLS. The car will celebrate its world premiere at the Los Angeles Auto Show. It is possible that Mercedes will reveal its photos before this event as well. While you wait, enjoy the amazing rendering of the car, which includes the Mercedes-AMG version.
Espionage recordings of the CLS have been walking around since last year. So far we’ve seen the car in its camouflaged variant. With the car’s official debut, however fast approaching, it is slowly losing some of its zebra camouflage color.
True to its purpose of closing the gap between the Mercedes-Benz E-Class and the S-Class, the CLS has many stylistic elements that are derived from the E-Class. However, since it sits above the E-Class, its design has been tweaked to present a more luxurious four-door coupe design.
The determining factors of the new CLS are its sharper fascia and the sloping roof line in the rear. These make it more elegant than the E-Class, but not to the extent that it overshadows the S-Class. The car is also expected to sport updated headlights and taillights with some technology that may have come from either the E-Class or the S-Class.
The only disadvantage of the sexy frame of the upcoming CLS is the smaller greenhouse compared to the E-Class due to the roof pitch.
From the string of spy tapes, design cues from the previous CLS, and inside information, Brenthon was able to render the likely exterior of the upcoming car. The pictures show the car in its standard Mercedes-Benz form and Mercedes-AMG variant.