2022 Mercedes-Benz CLS gets redesigned exterior and new steering wheelApril 7, 2021
And in the palette of available shades for painting the body, a new color has appeared, and the choice of upholstery options has also become richer.
The 2022 Mercedes-Benz CLS 450 4MATIC coupe sedan will appear in the US car market only next year. His upgrade was not limited to some cosmetic improvements – the Germans made their model more technologically advanced.
The cost of the Mercedes CLS is still kept secret, but it is known that the AMG Line design package will be standard for the CLS. This is a black exterior decor and original side sills. The front bumper has been redesigned to be sleeker with a sleek design of the air intakes on the lower fascia, and the front splitter has received a chrome finish.
The redesigned grille features a 3D Mercedes-Benz star pattern with chrome-plated glass surfaces. LED head optics have become transparent, having lost the previous yellow tint. The trapezoidal tailpipes are highlighted with chrome. Also now the sedan body can be painted in a new blue “metallic”.
In the interior of the updated sedan, there is a new steering wheel with capacitive sensors to control the functions of the car.
The interior was finished with Nappa leather. Moreover, new upholstery schemes have become available to customers: two-tone Neva Gray / Magma Gray and Sienna Brown / Black. Textured brown walnut and glossy gray wood inserts complete the look.
The CLS 450 gets a three-liter inline six-cylinder turbo engine and an integrated mild hybrid system with a starter-generator. The internal combustion engine demonstrates a return of 362 hp. Transmission – 9АКПП. The drive is full.
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