The Mercedes CLS class is a four-door sedan first produced in 2003. The 2019 Mercedes-Benz CLS, a third generation, is a 5 seater car with foldable backrests. It has a top speed of between 150 mph and 155 mph. The new CLS generates horsepower of 362. With it, also comes a 48-volt electrical system.
What captures everybody’s attention when you first lay your eyes on the 2019 Mercedes-Benz CLS is how the hood is separated from the lighting. The front section of the car slants forward, resembling the nose of a shark. Its rear does not look bent because of the redesigned LED taillights, which are positioned quite low to make them more noticeable.
The dashboard is a shiny black panel that includes a high-resolution 12.3-inch touchscreen. Its air vents come with a new design; lights on them change when the car’s temperature is altered to either warm or cold. It also features an ambient interior lighting. The 2019 Mercedes-Benz CLS has a fully digitized cockpit. It offers intelligent driving features, including active steering assist, active speed limit, and many others. It also features smartphone integration. Its luxurious design includes leather seats and a 3-D surround sound system. Additionally, based on the navigation data, the car can calculate the driver’s driving behavior.
In the event of a collision, a rapid inflation of the airbags will move the passenger a few inches away from the impact zone. Also, an interference signal that causes a protective reflex in the ear is emitted after a collision has occurred to prevent the loss of hearing in the passengers on board.
The 2019 Mercedes-Benz CLS has a 12.3-inch screen from which you can control media and everything else operating in the car. It also features an energizing comfort feature that automatically changes to fit the driver’s preference. It also features pre-safe systems that ensure complete protection for all passengers in the vehicle.
The 2019 Mercedes-Benz CLS features a hybrid engine. It is powered by a V6 engine and an onboard electrical system of 48 volts. This has resulted in a lighter and more powerful engine that is more efficient than the engines of its predecessors. The high-voltage that comes with the engine also leads to a decrease in fuel consumption.
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