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 Rendered speculation: Renderings 2011 Mercedes-Benz CLS

2/9/2010

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Rendered speculation: Renderings 2011 Mercedes-Benz CLS

Renderings: 2011 Mercedes Benz CLS rendering 2011 CLS 1.thumbnail1

It’s too soon to talk about the next generation of Mercedes CLS. The car is in early stages of development and test mules which have been caught are all heavily disguised, and it won’t surface until 2011. But that didn’t stop artists to use their imagination and draw the new CLS.

Mercedes CLS is actually one of the most anticipated models of the company and it’s so popular mainly because of its radical shape. CLS was the first car in the world which introduced coupe-shape sedan styling, and while many other companies have copied its style, none of them were nowhere near as good as the Merc.

For the next generation, there is no doubt that the actual shape will remain the same. That curvy roof and pillarless doors are parts of its unique character. But the car will have different detailing. Some say to keep it on trend as other Mercedes models, the 2011 CLS will look quit like the new E-class. CLS is literally an E-class underneath, and the new models might inherit some of its styling cues as well, like the shape of head and tail lights.

The current Mercedes CLS was a revolutanory car and achieved great success, Next model might not be just as shocking, after all we are used to it now! but it certainly will be one of the sickest cars money can buy!

CLS 2011


We saw the test mule of the 2011 CLS-Class end of September in the Alps. Current CLS is based on the E-Class, new one will likely use the S-Class platform. By the time new CLS arrives it already has strong competitors out in the form of Audi A7 and Porsche Panamera.

New CLS will feature a wider track and sharper body lines, overall styling will not change much. Here we have artist renderings based on that information.

 


Source: Automedia

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