Mercedes had their slightly disguised CLS 63 AMG Shooting Brake Test Mule on hand at last weekend's Goodwood Festival of Speed to tease the model to the large crowd of car lovers and do a few excellent burnouts.
Mercedes officially confirmed the existence of the CLS 63 AMG Shooting Brake. Anyone in the world could tell you it was going to happen, but Mercedes decided that only ze Germans should know about it.
The Mercedes CLS Shooting Brake Concept (we don't care if Mercedes of China fucking mis-translates "brake" as "break," we don't regurgitate inaccurate marketing) previews styling of the next CLS and provides a sneak peak at at the upcoming CLS wagon.
This sculpture previews the 2012 Mercedes CLS. Basically, it's looks like the current CLS with a lower rear, more exaggerated lines and the grille from the SLS AMG, all of which is a good thing.
The first photo shoot of the new Mercedes-Benz CLS features "Brand Ambassador" Julia Stegner with the car as a tie-in for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, Berlin 2009. We think that sums up the car nicely.
The car industry and the publications that serve it like order. They like to place things into categories and through doing so, exert some illusion of control over the marketplace. The BMW 3-series competes with the Audi A4. The Honda Accord competes with the Toyota Camry. Vehicles are priced to be a few dollars…
For 2009, Mercedes will be freshening the CLS
sedan "coupe". Honestly, we still really can't tell the difference in the changes. The one change that's hard to miss is the addition of a new entry-level model, the CLS 280. But don't be misled by the numbers on the badge; the V6 will actually be a 3.0-liter unit. Peak…
Although we'd already heard the new Mercedes CLS AMG wouldn't be getting a power boost beyond 514 HP under the hood, now we're not only hearing what it'll officially look like, we're seeing it. Here's the first shots of the new four-door "coupe" from Daimler — helpfully making the rounds on the internet well before…