Facts & Figures: The New CLS At A Glance

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The CLS will come to the starting line in 2021 with a sharpened design. The front end in particular, with new radiator grilles and bumpers, expresses the dynamism of the four-door coupé even more strongly.

At the same time, the interior has been upgraded with additional leather and trim combinations as well as a new-generation steering wheel.

A latest-generation diesel with an integrated starter-generator expands the model range. A strictly limited special model of the Mercedes-AMG CLS 53 4MATIC+ (combined fuel consumption 9.0-8.7 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions 206-199 g/km)[1] forms the sportily exclusive spearhead.

The first models will arrive at European retailers in August. Thanks to a comprehensive refresh last summer with updates to the driving assistance systems, the MBUX (Mercedes-Benz User Experience) multimedia system and ENERGIZING Comfort, the CLS was already up-to-date in terms of technology.

Design Update For The Exterior

Standard AVANTGARDE exterior with new front apron based on previous AMG Line: side louvres and front splitter in silver chrome.

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Rear apron with black diffuser-look insert and silver chrome trim.
New designs for standard 19-inch light-alloy wheel: 5-twin-spoke or multi-spoke rims.

The AMG Line Exterior includes:

AMG-specific front apron with A-wing in black, front splitter in silver chrome, air intakes with vertical struts, aerodynamically shaped flics in high-gloss black AMG door sill panels at the side AMG spoiler lip on the boot lid.

New colours for 20-inch AMG multi-spoke light-alloy wheel with a high-sheen finish and bi-colour look: tremolite grey or high-gloss black.

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New front-end styling for AVANTGARDE and AMG Line Exterior:

Radiator grille with three-dimensional star pattern and high-sheen chrome surface
one high-gloss black louvre with chrome inlay and integral Mercedes star.
New paint colour: spectral blue metallic.

Facts & Figures: The New CLS At A Glance-Brand Spur Nigeria
Facts & Figures: The New CLS At A Glance-Brand Spur Nigeria

New special paints from the design range: Jupiter red, cashmere white magno and emerald green.

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Design update for the interior

New woods for trim elements and centre console: open-pore brown walnut and high-gloss grey

New two-tone leather seat covers: neva grey/magma grey and siena brown/black

Two-tone design interiors with Exclusive nappa leather in five new combinations: classic red/black, saddle brown/black, truffle brown/black, deep white/black and yacht blue/black.

Newly designed multifunction steering wheel in nappa leather:

Spokes in high-gloss black with silver chrome edging

Paddle shifters in silver chrome

Steering wheel rim with capacitive dual-zone sensor mat for driver hands recognition

Fully digital, high-resolution displays in the cockpit in two sizes: compact in 2 x 10.25 inches or as Widescreen Cockpit with 2 x 12.3 inches

Sharpened in many details: Mercedes-AMG CLS 53 4MATIC+

Newly designed front end with sporty AMG bumper in A-wing shape with black flics and visible air curtains

AMG Signature Grille with vertical struts

Latest-generation steering wheel in nappa leather with AMG steering wheel buttons with displays for selecting a wide range of vehicle settings

Two new optional extras allow the coupé to be even sportier:

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AMG Night Package II, available in combination with the AMG Night Package, includes radiator grille, Mercedes star at the rear and typography in darkened chrome

AMG DYNAMIC PLUS Package, comprising red brake callipers with black AMG lettering, AMG Performance steering wheel in nappa leather/DINAMICA microfibre and additional “RACE” driving mode including Drift Mode

Performance for individualists: the limited Edition model of 300 units from Mercedes-AMG

Choice of paint finish, either cashmere white magno or selenite grey magno with racing stripes above the side sills (in combination with cashmere white magno finished in glossy dark grey metallic, with selenite grey magno painted non-metallic black. Both stripe variants feature glossy non-metallic red highlights)

20-inch AMG 5-twin-spoke light-alloy wheels, painted black with high-sheen rim flange

AMG Night Package and AMG Night Package II

AMG DYNAMIC PLUS Package

Projection of AMG emblem in 3D look (integrated in front doors, LED technology)

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AMG black/silver grey pearl two-tone nappa leather

Facts & Figures: The New CLS At A Glance-Brand Spur Nigeria
Facts & Figures: The New CLS At A Glance-Brand Spur Nigeria

AMG carbon-fibre trim elements

Steering wheel in nappa leather and DINAMICA with red contrasting topstitching, and AMG

steering wheel buttons

AMG lettering on the centre console

History

With the presentation of the four-door coupé concept car Vision CLS in 2003, Mercedes-Benz created a new vehicle category that for the first time combined the elegance and dynamism of a coupé with the comfort and functionality of a saloon.

2003     World premiere Mercedes-Benz Vision CLS at the International Motor Show in Frankfurt

2004     Start of sales of the first generation

2008     Model update (e.g. new front end, LED tail lamps, new entry-level engine CLS 280)

2010     World premiere of the second-generation CLS at the Paris Motor Show

2012     Introduction of the Shooting Brake

2014     Model update (including new front end with MULTIBEAM LED headlamps; 9G-TRONIC)

2018     Introduction of the third generation of the CLS (now only as coupé)

2020     Extensive model year change with new telematics generation and new engines, among other things

2021     Model update (new radiator grille, new line logic, new steering wheel generation, expanded colour fan and updated wheel selection)

[1] The stated figures are the measured “NEDC CO2 figures” in accordance with Article 2 No. 1 Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1153. The fuel consumption figures were calculated based on these figures. The WLTP figure is relevant for the assessment of the motor vehicle tax.

[2] The stated figures are the measured “NEDC CO2 figures” in accordance with Article 2 No. 1 Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1153. The fuel consumption figures were calculated based on these figures. The WLTP figure is relevant for the assessment of the motor vehicle tax.

[3] The figures shown are the WLTP COvalues measured according to Article 2 No. 3 Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1153. The fuel consumption figures were calculated based on these figures.

[4] Electronically limited, with AMG Driver’s Package 270 km/h

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