Mercedes-Benz has brought extensive revisions to its CLS Coupé and CLS Shooting Brake, giving these vehicles a fresh new coat for the next cycle of… Read more →
During my time with Mercedes-Benz’s new Shooting Brake, I was asked a few times what a shooting brake is. It takes a few minutes to… Read more →
FLORENCE – Mercedes-Benz has just launched its CLS Shooting Brake on the international market. There was a wide range of vehicles available to us on the launch, but South Africa will only get the CLS 350, CLS 500 and the CLS 63 AMG when it arrives in local showrooms in November this year.
Having long deliberated whether or not to build a shooting brake version of its svelte CLS, Mercedes-Benz has now released official pictures and information regarding the production-approved CLS Shooting Brake. It’ll be here next year and will be followed by an AMG version soon thereafter.
It seems that Mercedes-Benz is testing all over South Africa these days. A heavily disguised next-gen S-Class was recently spotted in Gauteng, and now the upcoming Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake was spotted doing some hot weather testing in the Nothern Cape. CAR reader D. Herholdt was able to snap a few images.