Mercedes-Benz reveals new CLS coupé
Mercedes-Benz revealed its third-generation four-door coupé at the Los Angeles Motor Show, featuring driver assistance technology from the EClass and five seats for the first time.
The CLS launches with three six-cylinder engines, two petrol units and a 282bhp diesel, which returns 50.4mpg and emits 148g/km CO2, and all are equipped with four-wheel drive. Four-cylinder engines will follow, likely to include the new 2.0-litre turbodiesel from the E-Class.
It features a full suite of the brand’s latest technology; sat nav that can pull addresses from drivers’ calendars, the same two-screen digital dashboard as the E-Class, and adaptive cruise control which can change lanes and slow for corners and junctions.