Showing posts in the category of Mercedes CLS

Audi RS7 vs Mercedes CLS 63 AMG Is A Rather Balanced Match-Up


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With similar power outputs and similar torque figures, these two cars should match each other blow for blow on the drag strip.

650 HP Porsche 911 Turbo Just Keeps Kicking Ass At Unlim 500+


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These guys just keep going round and round again, hoping to somehow get a better result against a car that, at least in this "power group" looks absolutely unbeatable.

Mercedes Is Not Going To Build A CLS Shooting Brake Successor


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Mercedes is going to kill the CLS Shooting Brake after the first and only generation according to recent reports.

750PS Mercedes CLS 63 AMG Gives Lamborghini Aventador A Run For Its Money


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As a general rule, it's very hard to outrun a 700 PS supercar that also comes with all-wheel drive and can hit the 100 km/h (62 mph) mark in just 2.9 seconds.

Next-Generation Mercedes-Benz CLS Digitally Imagined


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To this day, the first-generation Mercedes-Benz CLS remains more desirable in my book than the current model, which I find as trying too hard to please in the design department.

Since Mercedes-Benz is getting ready to launch an all-new E-Class, it’s only natural that the CLS will be redesigned too, as the sedan and the four-door coupe share the same platform.

MISHA Designs Mercedes CLS Trying To Pull Off Burgundy & Bronze Combo


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This particular color marriage is extraordinarily difficult to pull off. Trust us, we've seen some scary-looking Burgundy cars that also went for a set of Bronze wheels, and failed at it.

Mercedes CLS Video Brochure Reminds Us Why We Love This 4 Door Coupe


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It's not like we forgot about the CLS, but with so much going on in the automotive industry, it pays to be reminded of a few great models from time to time.

Report Says Next Mercedes SLK to Ditch Metal Roof and Go FWD; Next CLS to Be More Distinctive


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There is a report circulating around the web these days, talking about Mercedes’ intentions to build a TT rival as well as a Panamera one.

America's New Muscle Versus Europe's Finest Super Models [Part 2]


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Welcome to Part II of our massive ‘America's New Muscle Versus Europe's Finest Super Models’ Feature, where we basically played match-maker for America’s best of the best on four wheels.

After Part I, the score is tied between the US and Europe at 2-2. So let’s go ahead and start the next duel with two torque monsters!

9 Station Wagons You Should Dream of Owning


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In the US, there is a shortage of good old fashioned station wagons. Maybe this is because people find them to be out of date and uncool. Europe loves them though, and with good reason.

Mercedes-Benz CLS Driver Dozes Off Before Liftoff


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Rock-a-bye driver, in the Mercedes hardtop,

When traffic is dense, the car will stop,

When gas is applied, the car will move forward,

And down will come driver, Mercedes and all…

Mercedes-Benz CLS 63 AMG Facelift Becomes a…Real Coupe Via Rendering


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Now that the mid-cycle refresh of the Mercedes-Benz CLS has been revealed, you would think that Photoshop artists around the world would get busy trying to create renderings of the following generation of the model.

New LED Headlights Don’t Dramatically Change Facelifted Mercedes CLS


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While Mercedes says the full-LED headlights it uses for the facelifted CLS are “futuristic,” we’d call them quite conservative (compared to Audi’s LED Matrix) and part of a generally very subtle mid-life makeover that it just received. It’s a similar story inside, where you’d have to have owned the non-facelifted model to spot the changes.

Mercedes Turns the High-Tech LED Lights on 2015 CLS Facelift


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Instead of giving us the full picture, Mercedes-Benz has turned the spotlight on the 2015 CLS Coupe (okay, sport sedan) and Shooting Brake facelift's front end, and in particular, the new all-LED MULTIBEAM headlamps featuring "adaptive light functions as a world first in a production automobile", according to the Germans.

Fostla Slams Down and Powers Up Mercedes-Benz CLS 350 CDI


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If you're into somewhat more colorful tuning conversions, Fostla has released a fairly detailed package for the second generation (W218) Mercedes-Benz CLS 350 CDI, the price of which is set at €16,000 (equal to about US$21,800) in its home market of Germany.

Mercedes-Benz' Facelifted CLS and M-Class Play Peekaboo with our Spies


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Our scoop photographers caught a quick glimpse of two updated Mercedes-Benz models coming out of one of the manufacture's facilities in Germany, including the 2015 CLS sports sedan and the 2015 M-Class SUV.

Brabus CLS 850 Has Exactly that Many Horses Under its Hood


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For that 0.001 percent of the world’s population that thinks the regular Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG is not fast enough stock, there are companies like Germany’s Brabus (and Weistec from the US) that will eliminate those thoughts from your mind instantly. They’d have a straitjacket just waiting for you if you come back for more, after they had just finished extracting 850 horses out of your CLS.

Mercedes Boss Confirms S-Class Coupe for Geneva, Smart FourFour and CLS F/L for Fall


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There was some debate on whether the two-door model shown on a wall screen during Daimler's annual press conference in Stuttgart the other day was the new S-Class Coupe or the next C-Class Coupe.

Well, the only way to find out was to watch a…2 hour video of Daimler executives talking about the company's performance, plans and financial tidbits (not the most pleasant way to spend your time, may I add…), and we can now confirm that it is indeed the S-Class Coupe.

Spied: 2015 Mercedes-Benz CLS Gains Exterior and Interior Revisions


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It seems we can't escape the current German fad of freestanding infotainment and navigation systems, which most of the times, appear like an afterthought (or an aftermarket thought, take your pick), though, we should note that Audi is proposing a new solution with its next TT.

MT Tries Out All-Wheel Drive Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG S


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Mercedes’ CLS63 is basically an E-Class with a far more tapered, sportier body but with less room inside, and in AMG trim, it ends up costing almost $7,000 more. MotorTrend’s latest review of it tries to find reason behind its purchase over that of the regular sedan, weighing in its pros and cons.