The undisputed star attraction at Mercedes-Benz’ Paris Motor Show stand will be a new concept car called the CLK Shooting Brake. Essentially a sporty three-door model with an elongated rear-end, the CLK Shooting Brake will preview the new look of the next generation CLK coupe and cabriolet models that are expected to hit the market in 2009. Despite rumors that Mercedes may actually build a production version of the Shooting Brake, chances are that the Germans will stick to the traditional coupe and cabriolet models, at least for this generation CLK. According to Carscoop’s sources, we should see the first official photos and details of the Shooting Brake concept hitting the web sometime next week.
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