Mercedes has not officially announced the premiere of the 2015 Mercedes CLA Shooting Brake, but according to the latest unofficial photos from the testing we expect it to be very fast. What’s under the readiness implies that we can see. What is the most important story of all učeloj feature is podon vehicles, or what’s under the hood.
2015 Mercedes CLA Shooting Brake Design
The prototype has kept part of the camouflage but German manufacturer practically has nothing to hide, since it is known that CLA Shooting Brake his rear end reminiscent of the CLS Shooting Brake, while the front of the vehicle is taken from the coupe sedans CLA.
Mercedes is developing this model encouraged by the initial results began sales of the CLA, which has in the meantime year and sold 100,000 copies. CLA Shooting Brake will not be so popular, but is expected to attract younger customers, who are normally the target group in terms of compact Mercedes models with front-wheel drive.
As you noticed we did not dwell much on ptanje design and these external characteristics. Some of the paintings have a chance to look at but I think as most of it is more important what is under the hood or bonnet. It is the driving force, so let’s see what happens with that.
The engines will also be taken from the standard model of CLA. Since gasoline, there are 1.6-liter engine that is able to make 122 hp and 156 hp, and the engine of 2.0 with its 211 hp. The selection includes a 1.5-liter diesel with 109 hp, 1.8 liter with 136 hp and 2.1 l with 170 hp. Top deals will likely be reserved for the AMG version with a two-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine with 360 hp and 450 Nm.
Mercedes CLA Shooting Brake could have a premiere at one of the two major American auto show in Los Angeles in late October, or in Detroit in early 2015. As you can see the realization of this vehicle knocks on the door, so be ready and we are here to you soon and to just quickly give additional infkormacije that will surely interest you.
The car will be produced in these Mercedes plant in Hungary, which recently celebrated its jubilee – 250,000 units were produced.