Mercedes-AMG CLS53 – Sports, Luxurious And Distinguished

Mercedes-AMG CLS53 – Sports, Luxurious And Distinguished

The Mercedes-Benz CLS will come to the starting line in April 2021 with a sharpened and sportier design. The front end in particular, with a new radiator grille and bumper, demonstrates an even stronger and more dynamic expression of the four-door coupe.

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

With its comprehensive refresh last summer, the CLS was technologically updated with the introduction of the MBUX (Mercedes-Benz User Experience) multimedia system and enhanced driver assistance systems.

The modernized Mercedes-Benz CLS celebrates its world premiere in April 2021 and will arrive in U.S. dealerships in early 2022.

As a coupe, the Mercedes-Benz CLS, along with all roadsters and cabriolets, belongs to the category of dream cars at Mercedes-Benz.

To date, more than four million units have been sold to customers all over the world, including more than 450,000 CLS models since the launch of the first generation in 2004.

China was the largest sales market for the CLS Coupe in 2020, followed by South Korea, the U.S. and Germany. The reason most frequently cited by customers for buying the CLS is its design: sportiness is the true luxury in this customer segment.

Now the CLS shows off an even sportier look. Standard-equipped with AMG Line, the CLS signals its aggressive appearance even more clearly: AMG styling components include an AMG-specific front bumper with A-wing in black, AMG sill trim on the side, a front splitter in silver chrome, sporty, distinctive air intakes with vertical bars and aerodynamically shaped flics in high-gloss black.

Two new designs are available for the 19-inch light-alloy wheel: 5-twin-spoke or multi-spoke rims. Two new colors can be selected for the 20-inch, high-gloss AMG multi-spoke light-alloy wheel in bi-color look: Tremolite Grey or High-Gloss Black.




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