Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Shooting Brake, Mercedes's Unique Station Wagon

German luxury car manufacturer, Mercedes-Benz decided to produce the Shooting Brake concept model CLS as part of the CLS model range station wagon in 2012. This new model will be manufactured at the Sindelfingen plant, which is the biggest factory which also manufactures the Mercedes C-Class sedan, the E-Class saloon and estate, S-Class, CLS and CL Coupe.
As a forerunner CLS-class four-door kupe, the Shooting Brake also offers a unique station wagon that has a long roofline sloping down to the back of the car. Long hood and glass door without frame - that characterize a kupe Mercedes - confirmed the figure of sporty. The main tech LED lights and the display face inspired supercar SLS.
"Shooting Brake Concept-based main traditions about the style and character of kupe sporty Mercedes. And this car Mercedes designs bring the unique heritage for the future," said Professor Gorden Wagener, Mercedes-Benz design leadership.
The characters also appear in the sporty interior design. As the brothers sedannya, the Shooting Brake only offers seating for four passengers with a center console that extends from the dashboard to the rear. Part cabin crammed with a variety of wood and leather accents, even the carpet is used similar to those used in the Maybach.
Cardiac pacemaker will use a similar option with CLS, including new engine tech direct injection V6. With a capacity of 3.5 liter V6 engine generates peak torque of 306 PS and 374 Nm. Shooting Brake AMG variants are also believed to be one of the variants are offered.


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