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GMP Performance Modifies the Mercedes CLS 63 AMG

The facelifted Mercedes CLS was only unveiled at the 2014 Goodwood Festival of Speed. The new Mercedes car is one of the highlights of the event due to its improved design, enhanced performance, and the new technology its offers. With the mentioned factors, some owners of the current-generation CLS may be thinking of upgrading to the new one already. However, with the new modifications introduced by GMP Performance to the Mercedes CLS 63 AMG, there might be a good reason to hold on to the current version of the vehicle a bit longer. Despite what some critics say against the four-door coupe, the design of the Mercedes CLS is surely striking…. Continue Reading »


New Spy Photos of the 2015 Mercedes-Benz CLS Emerge

The Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class was launched in 2004. The first-generation of this segment marked the entry of Mercedes-Benz in the four-door coupe market. In 2010, the second-generation of the Mercedes-Benz CLS hit the market with a major makeover in its style and performance packages. Last April, spy photos and a video of what appeared to be another face-lifted Mercedes-Benz CLS was spotted in Stuttgart, Germany, which could be an indication that the segment is entering another phase of its evolution. New 2015 Mercedes-Benz CLS Spy Shots Recently, the new version of the CLS was seen again around the streets of Stuttgart. Some of the spy photos were also obviously taken near a Mercedes-Benz… Continue Reading »


Mercedes Sedan Vs Coupe — Which One is Ideal For You

Buying your first Mercedes car can be hard. That’s because the brand has so much to offer. There are so many models offered by its sedan and coupe segments. The two selections alone can make choosing very difficult for the uninitiated. So, in this article, we will run you over the features and benefits of each type of car in order for you to narrow down your options, and increase your chances of selecting the car that is ideal for you. Sedan Vs Coupe — What Makes Them Different From Each Other? Before going further, let us define a sedan vs coupe. In the past, a sedan means any closed roof,… Continue Reading »


Spyshots of the 2013 Mercedes Benz CLS Shooting Brake

Nope, CLS Shooting Brake is not official name of this car, however, the whole blogging world is calling it that. Anyway, spyshots of the car doing winter testing is all over the Internet now. The car is boasting of an engine that may range from 3.5L V8 to 5.5L V8 which may produce 518HP. The design is also more handsome, with a hatch big enough to carry luggage. You will also notice the awesome colors on this one, a carmine red car rolling on the snow. This gorgeous car is expected to be presented at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show in March.


First-Generation Mercedes-Benz CLS Stops Production Preceding the Brand New 2011 Model

Mercedes-Benz released a statement that they are ending the their production of the first-generation CLS line up. The news preceded earlier reports this month where BMW’s present generation M5 and M6 have also stopped production. Where the E60 M5 remained as the newest in a line that goes back to the mid 80’s and the M6 stamped BMW’s comeback to a favourite badge. The CLS is usually considered as the model that started the four-door coupe trend. During the time since the E-Class-based CLS was presented in 2004, the four-door coupe variety has experienced the arrival of Porsche Panamera, Aston Martin Rapide, Volkswagen’s Passat CC and the Audi A5 and… Continue Reading »


Spy Photo: Mercedes CLS With AMG Package

The latest generation Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class model has been partially revealed to spy photographers yet again. This time in a fake AMG disguise, ahead of its launch at the Paris Motor Show later this 2010. Established on the Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class Couple Shooting Brake concept, the latest model is far more bold and improved than the past “awkward” model it is geared to replace. Branded by experts as a ‘sheep in wolf’s clothing’, the prototype features an AMG styling package, without the larger sports wheels and performance brake kit which would easily reveal it as part of the AMG line. Compared to the normal CLS-Class model, the prototype’s front bumper is much… Continue Reading »


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