2008 Mercedes CLS 63
The Mercedes-Benz CLS is a luxury car series of automobile models assembled by Daimler AG in Sindelfingen, Germany and Mercedes-Benz-Valdez in Santiago Tianguistenco, Mexico. The Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class is an executive-size sedan based on the W211 E-Class model. The current iteration of the CLS is internally designated as the C219.
Marketed as a 'four door coupe,' the CLS recalls the fastback saloon designs of Robert Opron in the 1970s. According to a Mercedes-Benz press release, the CLS-class was produced to combine the "strong, emotive charisma" of a coupe with the "comfort and practicality" of a saloon. Save for its four-door design, the CLS's design tends towards a coupe, as its sleek body reduces the rear passenger room to a 2+2 arrangement, and it offers a smaller selection of engines tending towards high powered of the range, compared to contemporary sedans such as the E-Class.
Make: Mercedes Benz
Model: CLS 63
Wheel-Drive: Supercharged RWD