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2020 Mercedes-Benz CLA Offers Most Revealing Look Yet

2020 Mercedes-Benz CLA Offers Most Revealing Look Yet

Mercedes-Benz is just hours from revealing the all-new 2020 CLA Class at CES in Las Vegas, so it comes as no surprise the brand has offered us the clearest look yet at the new sedan. The latest teaser confirms the CLA’s design influence, inside and out.

Posted on Facebook, the brief video flashes close-up views of nearly every angle of the CLS. The most interesting is a view of the front clip, which confirms a design language that is sort of a convergence of CLS and today’s CLA. The front clip is upright like the CLS and new A Class, but the headlight design harkens a bit to the current CLA.

Around back the new CLA is taking more of a departure from the current design with horizontal lamps that are very similar to the CLS. Orange accent trim is also highlighted in a rear view, a trait likely reserved for the CLA Edition 1.

A brief look inside shows off a dash panel similar to the new A Class, including Mercedes’ dual-panel gauge cluster and touchscreen combination. The touchscreen will house Mercedes MBXU infotainment system, which is why Mercedes has selected CES as the venue of choice to reveal the car.

Mercedes-Benz CLA Edition Teaser

Stay tuned! The new CLA will have its world premiere at CES in Las Vegas, January 8.

Posted by Mercedes-Benz on Sunday, January 6, 2019


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  1. arutherford
    I have to wonder how this and the A-Class will coexist.
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