Mercedes-Benz has prepared CLA Shooting Brake Night Edition for Geneva

Mercedes-Benz has prepared CLA Shooting Brake Night Edition for Geneva

March 4, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

Mercedes-Benz CLA Shooting Brake Night Edition

As part of the dealership, the German manufacturer will present a special version of the “five-door” CLA.

At the Geneva Motor Show, the public premiere of the Mercedes-Benz CLA Shooting Brake Night Edition will take place. The station wagon received a body kit and 18-inch multi-spoke AMG wheels. In combination with the optional Night package, the Night Edition version becomes the first Mercedes-Benz car with completely black AMG wheels. The basic equipment of the novelty also includes LED head optics High Performance and a badge Edition on the wing.

Photo of the interior of the CLA Shooting Brake Night Edition the manufacturer did not publish, but said that it is characterized by the contrast of black and white. Many elements of the interior received white accents, for example, white edges on belts, white stitching on seats, black ARTICO artificial leather, armrests, center console and door panel trim. The edges of the ventilating deflectors are also painted white. Part of the finish is made “under the carbon”. Rugs got black and white edges and the inscription Edition.

The Night Edition version is based on the 200 d model in the Urban package and is supplemented with the Night Package package, the recommended price of which in Germany is 2,650 euros. The station wagon is equipped with a turbodiesel in capacity of 2.1 liters with a return of 136 hp and 300 Nm. There is also a version of the Night Edition Starlight with a diamond radiator grille and chrome trim, as well as shiny multi-spoke AMG wheels in gray titanium.

Note that the CLA model is quite popular in Europe – in 2017, more than 64,000 such cars were sold, although the percentage of Shooting Brake universals was not reported.

By the way, at the Geneva Motor Show Mercedes-Benz is going to present its fully electric crossover EQC on the Modular Electric Architecture (MEA) platform, created by Daimler for the future line of electric vehicles, and EQC will be the first model of the sub-brand EQ.