VIDEO: New Mercedes-Benz CLS Teaser

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Mercedes-Benz has released a teaser video of its new CLS which shows a few glimpses of the car. Mercedes-Benz will showcase the new CLS at the 2017 LA Auto Show on 29 Nov.

The next generation CLS has got a few new elements. The teaser video reveals that the new car will have a new front grille, a new pair of headlights, perhaps, LEDs with an auto on-off feature, new tail lights with LEDs and a set of new alloys. The video also focusses on the curves of the new car. Mercedes didn’t show the interiors of the new CLS but we’re expecting typical German interiors with utmost attention to detail and choice of materials.

As far as the engine is concerned, the new Mercedes-Benz CLS is expected to be driven by a new inline 6-cylinder engine which will be available in both petrol and diesel variant. Rumours also suggest that there could be a 4-cylinder, turbocharged, petrol engine for the base variants. We are also expecting to see a more powerful or performance-oriented variant of the new CLS sometime in the near future. All the questions will be answered on 29 Nov 2017 at LA.

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