/2011 Mercedes CLS Caught Virtually Undisguised

2011 Mercedes CLS Caught Virtually Undisguised

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One of most anticipated cars to be launched this year is indeed the new generation Mercedes CLS. The company has already showed us how the new model would look like through the new shooting brake concept, but here’s the first pictures of the real CLS sedan caught before an official photoshoot.

As you know the first gen CLS was the first car in the world in form of a four-door coupe, the shape that is still being copied by various manufacturers. And it still looks cool and fresh today, even though it’s like 7 years old. So naturally expectations are quite high from the new CLS, not only it has to retain that amazing style, it must come up with something new and amazing to keep the edge over the competition.

The car make its official debut in a couple of months, so let’s wait until then to judge it. But based on what we see from these pictures, the new CLS seems to have become very fat! It’s become so chubby that those big AMG wheels look almost lost in the fenders. And even though the headlamps have become more normal than the old model’s, the taillights have become crazier. They look like the eyes of the aliens!

But it’s something new, it always take some time for people to get to like new stuff. Apart from the design, everything else about the new CLS is very good as it’s become larger and more spacious and it will be offered with Merc’s new magnificent V6 and V8 engines which are much more powerful and efficient than before.

Pictures via: LeftLaneNews

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