Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake facelift spied for the first time

In early August we showed you the first pictures of the second generation Mercedes CLS facelift.

Here we have our first spy shots of the CLS Shooting Brake facelift, revealing an updated front and changes to the interior.

Just as the four-door coupe/saloon, the Shooting Brake prototype shows an updated front bumper, new headlights and new grille.

The interior shot reveals a new display, similar to all new Mercedes models. The current display in the CLS is integrated in the dashboard, while the new one obviously is not.

Engine range is expected to carry over with minor changes to fuel economy and CO2 emissions. We can also expect new safety and tech features.


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